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UCSD Students Contributing to SWI-Prolog
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The University of California San Diego is sponsoring a group of nine computer science students to contribute to SWI-Prolog as part of an "Open Source Academy" class this semester. The students will spend the rest of the semester building a set of expert system shells, demo expert systems, and a tutorial to get programmers interested in SWI-Prolog through this avenue.

Boris Vassilev and Anne Ogborn are in San Diego mentoring the students in a code sprint this weekend, including teaching them basics of Prolog, the SWI-Prolog web framework, and introducing them to expert systems.

The program, supported by Facebook, is intended to give students experience working on a real world scale development team.


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