|Designed by||David S. Warren, Terrance Swift, Kostis Sagonas|
|Developer||XSB Research Group|
|Stable release||XSB Version 3.3.7|
|Influenced by||Prolog, PSB-Prolog, SB-Prolog|
XSB is the name of a dialect of the Prolog programming language and its implementation developed at Stony Brook University in collaboration with the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, the New University of Lisbon, Uppsala University and software vendor XSB, Inc.
XSB was originally developed at Stony Brook University by David S. Warren, Terrance Swift, and Kostis Sagonas. It was based on the SB-Prolog language that was also developed at Stony Brook University in 1986. It is a logic programming language.
Atoms are similar to Strings. They are a sequence of characters.
- XSB technical summary
- Programming in Tabled Prolog: draft of a book about XSB programming by David S. Warren of Stony Brook University
- The XSB System Programmer's Manual by Terrance Swift, David S. Warren, and others
- Information on Stony Brook Prolog
- T. Swift and D.S. Warren (2011), XSB: Extending the Power of Prolog using Tabling. Theory and Practics of Logic Programming (TPLP), Cambridge University Press, 2011.
- K. Sagonas and T. Swift and D.S. Warren (1994), XSB as an Efficient Deductive Database Engine. Proceedings of the ACM SIGMOD International Conference on the Management of Data, 1994.
- T. Swift and D.S. Warren (1995), An abstract machine for SLG resolution: Definite programs. Proceedings of the Symposium on Logic Programming, 1995.