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Logical Programming January, 2015 Project Of Logical Programming The determination of which game is suitable for you in a Prolog Expert System Guided by, Submitted by, mgr Rafał Niemiec Chandralekha Gopalakrishnan Page  1
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Logical Programming January, 2015 Table of Contents Abstract……. …………………………………………………………………… …4 1.Introduction…………………………………………………… ………..……4 1.1.Artificial Intelligence…………………………………………….….5 1.2.Expert System……….. ……………………………………………..…5 1.3.Game Expert System……………………………………………..…6 2.Proposed Structure………………….. ………………………………..….6 3.Working of the program……. ………………………………………….10 4.Results………………………………….. ……………………………………….11 5.Testing my Project.……………………………….. …………………..….11 5.Conclusion…………………………………………….. …………………..….12 6.References…………………………………………………… ……….……….12 Page  2
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Logical Programming January, 2015 ABSTRACT This game expert system is used to determine which game is suitable for user/player. This is determined by knowing the likes and dislike of the user. This game expert system helps the trainers or expert in making the appropriate determination for the user. Certain games mainly have some common interest and some of them are very much alike. This created many difficulties for the game specialist to reach at a right decision. This expert system can remove these difficulties and it is having the knowledge of seven games. This expert system is implemented in SWI-Prolog. 1. INTRODUCTION Some people call Computer Science as Computing Science. It is abbreviated as CS. As its name suggests, it is practical approach to computation. A computer scientist is the one who specializes in the theory of computation and the design of computational system. Computer science has large number of theoretical and practical disciplines. Examples of these disciplines are computational complexity theory, computer graphics, computer programming etc. The main areas of computer science are divided in to two categories. These two categories are Theoretical Computer Science and Applied Computer Science. Theoretical Computer Science includes theory of computation (TOC), information and coding theory, algorithms and data structures (Algo. & DS), programming language (PL) theory. Applied Computer Science includes artificial intelligence (AI), computer architecture (CA) and engineering, computer graphics (CG) and visualization, computer security and cryptography, computer networks (CN), distributed systems (DS), database and information retrieval, software engineering(SE) Page  3
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