The University of Birmingham - School of Computer Science
02630 - Software Workshop Prolog
Tutorial Sheet 1
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Due date : 12.00 hours, Friday 5th October 2007
This tutorial sheet complements the material covered in Lecture 1. You are expected to attempt all parts. You will sometimes need to
read some other material (eg WWW notes or books) to be able to complete this sheet. References to the WWW notes are given in this
sheet; references to books are given in the outline of the module.
This tutorial consists of three parts, each of one or more questions. Part 1 presents you with questions about the basic material in the
lecture. Part 2 consists of material designed to apply your knowledge, perhaps in a creative way. The final part prepares for material
presented in the next lecture.
The marking scheme is as follows: each part attracts equal marks. For each section, there will be two marks given: one will be given
if you are judged to have made a reasonable attempt; the other for getting the part correct.
Where you are asked to write a program or run a query, only solutions produced using SICStus Prolog running on the School’s servers
will be accepted.
Late submissions are not accepted.