School of Computer Science -- The University of Birmingham
In collaboration with The University of Sussex:
Informatics Department and Centre for Research in Cognitive Science

This is part of the Free Poplog Portal

Examples of teaching and demonstration materials
concerned with parsing and grammars for natural language
This is part of the web site on learning to do 'Thinky' Programming

The files with the '.p' suffix include Pop-11 code and comments. They should be treated as plain text files. If your browser cannot read them that may be because it associated '.p' with another type of file. You may have to use the 'Open with' option in your web browser (usually via right click, depending on the browser.)
All of these examples can be run in the Pop-11 system that is part of Poplog, available for use in a virtual linux that runs on windows, macs, etc. here, or downloadable for installation in a linux system here.


This list may be extended.

Suggestions for improvement are welcome.

This file maintained by: Aaron Sloman
School of Computer Science, University of Birmingham
Installed: 13 Jun 2011
Last Updated: 14 Jun 2011

Aaron Sloman