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SWI-Prolog and research

SWI-Prolog is in use for many research projects. As SWI-Prolog is mainly being developed and maintained in an academic research environment, please consider helping us (and yourself):

  • Link to the SWI-Prolog website and Publications
  • Get your project listed on the Publications page. Register at the site and add a post that links to your project.
  • Sometimes there are opportunities to extend SWI-Prolog in the context of your research program.
    • Implementing additional generic infrastructure that makes your research easier allows you to contribute this infrastructure to SWI-Prolog. This makes your code more sustainable, and your code will reach a wider audience.
    • You may contact us for cooperation opportunities.
See also
- Publications