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Here’s one book you may find useful: Prolog Programming for Artificial Intelligence by Ivan Bratko.

The first part is about Prolog, the second about AI algorithms and how to implement them in Prolog.

Once upon a time when I used Prolog I liked the book by Sterling & Shapiro, The Art of Prolog.

For advanced Prolog programming, especially w.r.t. efficiency, I recommend the Craft of Prolog by O’Keefe.

Check out Learn Prolog Now!

This book is well-written, should be easy to read for beginners. It’s available in printed form and also as a free online version. It is also relatively new (from 2003), which is not the case with many Prolog books out there.

Here’s a page with a slew of useful links

http://www.swi-prolog.org/www.html

Try Logic, Programming and Prolog (free download). I haven’t read it, but it’s broken up into Foundations, Programming in Logic, and Alternative Logic Programming Schemes, so it sounds like it has something for everybody.

If you want a very accessible and solid introduction to Prolog (this is more into ‘learning the language’), go for “Programming in Prolog: Using the ISO Standard” by Clocksin and Mellish, now in it’s 5th edition.

I haven’t seen this one metioned yet and thought it was a good read.

Writing an Adventure Game in Prolog could also be a good way to learn.

You MUST read Nany’s Tutorial. Learn Prolog while you create a complete game.

1. Adventure in Prolog Dennis Merritt | Springer Published in 1990, 186 pages

2. An Introduction to Logic Programming through Prolog Michael Spivey | Prentice Hall Published in 2008, 258 pages

3. Applications of Prolog Attila Csenki | BookBoon Published in 2009, 203 pages

4. Artificial Intelligence through Prolog Neil C. Rowe | Prentice-Hall Published in 1988, 481 pages

5. Building Expert Systems in Prolog Dennis Merritt | Amzi! inc. Published in 2000, 358 pages

6. Learn Prolog Now! Patrick Blackburn, Johan Bos, Kristina Striegnitz | College Publications Published in 2006, 284 pages

7. Logic, Programming and Prolog Ulf Nilsson, Jan Mauszynski | John Wiley & Sons Inc Published in 1995, 296 pages

8. Natural Language Processing in Prolog Gerald Gazdar, Chris Mellish | Addison-Wesley Published in 1989, 519 pages

9. Prolog and Natural-Language Analysis Fernando C. N. Pereira, Stuart M. Shieber | Center for the Study of Language and Inf Published in 2002, 204 pages

10. Prolog Experiments in Discrete Mathematics, Logic, and Computability James Hein | Portland State University Published in 2009, 158 pages

11. Prolog Programming: A First Course Paul Brna | Published in 1999

12. Prolog Techniques Attila Csenki | BookBoon Published in 2009, 186 pages

13. The First 10 Prolog Programming Contests Bart Demoen, Phuong-Lan Nguyen, Tom Schrijvers, Remko Troncon | Published in 2005, 161 pages