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3 Although object-oriented languages are nowadays the mainstream for application development, several research contexts suggest that a multi-paradigm approach is worth pursuing.
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5 In particular, a declarative, logic-based paradigm could fruitfully add functionalities related to intelligence, adaptivity, and conciseness in expressing algorithms. The aim of the P@J project is to provide a framework for enhancing interoperability between Java and Prolog, based on the tuProlog open-source Prolog engine for Java. P@J achieves smoother language-interoperability through two stacked layers:
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9 * an API layer for automated mapping of Java types into Prolog types (and viceversa) and seamless exploitation of the Generic Collections Framework;
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11 * an annotation layer, that aims at truly extending Java programming with the ability of specifying Prolog-based declarative implementations of Java methods, relying on Java annotations.
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15 Click [here | http://apice.unibo.it/xwiki/bin/download/PatJ/WebHome/pj.jar] for downloading the latest version of P@J!
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17 Check the articles describing the features of P@J [here | http://apice.unibo.it/xwiki/bin/view/Publications/Search?text=P%40J]
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