Journal of Logic Programming, The
J Logic Program
Published/Hosted by Elsevier.
The Journal of Logic Programming is an international journal that publishes original research papers, survey and review articles, tutorial expositions, and historical studies in logic programming. All aspects are covered, including theory and foundations, implementation issues, applications involving novel ideas, and relationships with other programming methodologies. The Journal of Logic Programming helps a wide audience stay current through research reports and expository articles useful for teaching and self-study. Because logic programming is aimed at superseding older computer paradigms, The Journal of Logic Programming publishes comparative studies in which contending viewpoints are analyzed and appraised, and encourages critical contributions and constructive controversy. New Section! The Journal of Logic Programming introduces a "Technical Notes" section for the rapid publication of short papers of interest to the logic programming community. In addition to the traditional research topics covered in other areas of the journal, this area covers "practice and experience" style reports on insights and experiences arising from the practical application of research results. Visit The Journal of Logic Programming's electronic service at http://www.elsevier.com/locate/jlogpro
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