Diagramming Robust AI

bmcsweeney at bigfoot.com bmcsweeney at bigfoot.com
Tue Mar 31 11:31:50 EST 1998

[tongue in cheek]
Sorry, Mr. Kochenburger:

5th has already been written.  I knew it as fifth :)

How about 6th.  I haven't seen any implementation with that name!

brianm. :)

In article <35209173.1533183 at news>,
  kochenbu at khe.scn.de (Andreas Kochenburger) wrote:

> IMO this - and a standardized OOF mechanism - on top of Forth would be
> worth to be called a successor of Forth - perhaps 5th?
> Andreas
> P.S. Did anybody in the past try to power up the Forth compiler by
> adding unification capabilities or evaluating stack annotations?
> On Sun, 29 Mar 1998 09:34:25 -0500, "Phil Roberts, Jr."
> <philrob at ix.netcom.com> wrote:
> >Bart Lateur wrote:
> >> Of course, since then, an "official" 4th generation of languages was
> >> created, which is, err.... either database query (like SQL), Prolog like
> >> languages, or maybe even something else (natural query language?).

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