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|* [[http://www.sics.se/isl/sicstuswww/site/index.html|developer's web page]].||* [[https://sicstus.sics.se/|General SICStus web page]].|
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|* Concurrency: [[http://www-dse.doc.ic.ac.uk/concurrency/|lecture notes and demonstration programs]].||* Concurrency: [[https://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/~jnm/book/]].|
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| * A86 assembler and D86 debugger: [[https://www.doc.ic.ac.uk/csg-old/software/a86.html|download and information]].
* Hugs: [[http://cvs.haskell.org/Hugs/pages/downloading.htm|download]].
* The central College computing services, ICT, also provide a range of proprietary software at educational rates from the [[http://www.ict.ic.ac.uk/|ICT Software Shop]].
|* The central College computing services, ICT, also provide a range of proprietary software at educational rates from the [[http://www.imperial.ac.uk/admin-services/ict/store/software|ICT Software Shop]].|
As well as providing hardware and network services, CSG also provide mechanisms for staff and students to acquire useful software and reduced rates.
A wide range of Microsoft software is available for staff and students for reduced or zero cost under various schemes. Please see the ICT Software Shop for further details.
SICStus Prolog can be downloaded from here (authentication required).
Older versions are also in:
/vol/csg/download/software/sicstus/ under Linux \\fs-vol\csg\download\software\sicstus under Windows