By Tom Anderson, Don Anderson
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The actual places where the occur-check has to be included are straightforward. Consider the following cases: i) p( z, s(Z) ),... p(x,x). ii) p( z, z ),... p( x, s(X) ). Since variable Z occurs more then once in the given goals it will carry the tag 'UNBOUND'. In example i) variable X will inherit the tag 'UNBOUND' of variable Z. When 'UNBOUND' variable X is subsequently unified with the structure 1sit should be stressed again that this action does not. represent an overhead compared with the old model.
These issues shall now be dealt with. g. allocating activation records, creating choice points, creating global structures, and trailing/untrailing variable bindings); • a processor might want to bind an already existing but still unbound variable; • a processor might want to access existing and fully instantiated data objects. The last case is uncritical because of the single assignment semantic of Prolog and does not require any special synchronization operations. Once a variable has been bound or a structure has been created, it cannot be changed any more.
For example, in order to efficiently communicate with the host computer tile co-processor should have the same memory word width as the host machine. This in turn predicates that the data type tags must be incorporated in the standard word width (see Chapter 5). However, a co-processor solution has convincing advantages: a co-processor is less complex, and thereby less expensive, than a stand alone machine, and the co-processor can be integrated within a standard operating environment, such as UNIX, of the host machine.