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  1. are a method of directed graph transformations according to given grammar rules, developed at the Université de Montréal by Alain Colmerauer in the late 1960's for use in natural language processing

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  2. The Université de Montréal's machine translation system, TAUM-73, used the Q-Systems as its language formalism

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  3. Each Q-System consists of a set of rewriting rules, which apply to the sentence, which is represented by a directed acyclic graph, using one-way unification

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  4. The output of the analysis is again a directed graph (usually containing only one edge)

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  5. The birth of Prolog (PDF)

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  6. this allows several Q-Systems to be chained, each of them performing a specialized task, together forming a complex system

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