Use of Logic Programming for Complex Business Rules
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- Wilson W.G. (2005) Use of Logic Programming for Complex Business Rules. In: Gabbrielli M., Gupta G. (eds) Logic Programming. ICLP 2005. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 3668. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
This paper describes the move from a proprietary mainframe application to open systems application running the 360 º Fares System whose business logic component is implemented in Prolog. It is one of the largest and most profitable Prolog applications written. Prolog is the business-rule component in a multi-component application that includes network, user interface, security data access tiers. There has been no downtime, scheduled or unscheduled, in the 360 º Fares System since June 2004.
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