[Haskell] AI Strike Force
wagner.andrew at gmail.com
Wed Mar 28 13:04:17 EDT 2007
I think that more important than dynamic typing is the high level
abstraction provided by functional programming. And there, Haskell is
certainly lisp's equal, if not its superior. In fact, I would argue
that it's superior, due to lazy evaluation, and all its implications
(monads, infinite streams, etc.).
On 3/28/07, Setzer, Sebastian (ext) <sebastian.setzer.ext at siemens.com> wrote:
> Andrew Wagner wrote:
> > Functional programming has long been recognized as an excellent
> > for Artificial Intelligence.
> One reason why LISP is used for AI is (in my opinion, more important
> than functional programming) that ist's easy to work with "symbols" in
> How easy is this in Haskell? Does it matter that, in Haskell, every
> symbol must have a type that's known at compile time?
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