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Fril is a programming language for first-order predicate calculus. It includes the semantics of Prolog as a subset, but takes its syntax from the of Logic Programming Associates and adds support for fuzzy sets, , and metaprogramming. Fril was originally developed by Trevor Martin and Jim Baldwin at the University of Bristol around 1980. In 1986, it was picked up and further developed by Equipu A.I. Research, which later became Fril Systems Ltd. The name Fril was originally an acronym for Fuzzy Relational Inference Language.

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  • Fril is a programming language for first-order predicate calculus. It includes the semantics of Prolog as a subset, but takes its syntax from the of Logic Programming Associates and adds support for fuzzy sets, , and metaprogramming. Fril was originally developed by Trevor Martin and Jim Baldwin at the University of Bristol around 1980. In 1986, it was picked up and further developed by Equipu A.I. Research, which later became Fril Systems Ltd. The name Fril was originally an acronym for Fuzzy Relational Inference Language.
  • Fril es un lenguaje de programación para el cálculo de predicados de primer orden. Trabaja con un subconjunto de la semántica del lenguaje Prolog pero no del estándar ISO-PROLOG, sino con la sintaxis de micro-PROLOG, un dialecto desarrollado a principios de la década de 1980, añadiéndole soporte para conjuntos difusos, y metaprogramación.
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  • Fril is a programming language for first-order predicate calculus. It includes the semantics of Prolog as a subset, but takes its syntax from the of Logic Programming Associates and adds support for fuzzy sets, , and metaprogramming. Fril was originally developed by Trevor Martin and Jim Baldwin at the University of Bristol around 1980. In 1986, it was picked up and further developed by Equipu A.I. Research, which later became Fril Systems Ltd. The name Fril was originally an acronym for Fuzzy Relational Inference Language.
  • Fril es un lenguaje de programación para el cálculo de predicados de primer orden. Trabaja con un subconjunto de la semántica del lenguaje Prolog pero no del estándar ISO-PROLOG, sino con la sintaxis de micro-PROLOG, un dialecto desarrollado a principios de la década de 1980, añadiéndole soporte para conjuntos difusos, y metaprogramación. Las primeras versiones de Fril fueron originalmente desarrolladas por Trevor Martin y Jim Baldwin en la Universidad de Bristol en torno a 1980. En 1986, pasó a manos del Equipu AI Research, que más tarde se convirtió en Fril Systems Ltd., que se encargó de la implementación y desarrollo de las versiones actuales del lenguaje. El nombre Fril era originalmente un acrónimo de Fuzzy Relational Inference Language (en español "Lenguaje de inferencia difusa relacional").
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