Prolog programs from the Mecho/Press project
Programs from Alan Bundy's Mathematical Reasoning Group within the Department of Artificial Intelligence at the Unversity of Edinburgh, 19751985.
Introduction
In November 2022, Alan Bundy donated two boxes of Prolog programs listings as well as three sets of digital files to the Computer History Museum; they are CHM Lot #2023.0033. This is an informal catalog based on the original physical packaging (notebooks and binders) and ordered roughly chronologically based on their contents. The two older sets of digital files (mecho/ and prolog_utilities/) have been grouped with related entries in catalog. A final grouping contains a snapshot of the PRESS and Learning PRESS programs that was distributed in the mid 1980s.
Bundy was the head of the Mathematical Reasoning Group within the Department of Artificial Intelligence at the Unversity of Edinburgh. He and his group developed a series of systems, including MECHO (for solving mechanics problems stated in English), PRESS (for solving equations and doing other kinds of algebraic manipulation on transcendental expressions), IMPRESS (for reasoning about the PRESS methods, i.e., at the metalevel), and Learning PRESS (for learning the PRESS equation solving methods from examples using a form of inductive generalisation). See References for more information about these programs. See [Fateman et al. 1988] for a discussion of PRESS's artificial intelligence approach versus computer algebra systems of the time.
Unless otherwise specified, the programs are written for DECsystem 10 Prolog. [PereiraEtAl1978]
Mechanics and Equation Solving programs
(Originally: Orange line printer binder: "Current".)
These programs are written in the original Marseille Prolog, as ported to the DEC 10 by David H. D. Warren  see Warren's "Epilog[400,400]" document below. The input language is still via the original Marseille "SVI" supervisor.
Are these programs by Welham the original version of PRESS, as described in [Bundy and Welham 1981]?
Contents:
 Alan Bundy. Mech1. Prolog Mechanics Program. July 1975. mech1_1975_11_19.pdf
 Bob Welham. Legal Moves for Prolog Equation Solving Program. 1975. lm_1975_11_17.pdf
 Bob Welham. Prolog Equation Solving Program. 1975. e_1975_11_17.pdf
 Alan Bundy. Prob1. Prolog Train Problem. Stage 5. July 1975. prob1_1975_11_17.pdf
 G. Luger. Prob2. Prolog Electric Car Problem, P 20, No. 9. Stage 5. October 1975. prob2_1975_11_18.pdf
 G. Luger. Prob3. Prolog Train Problem, P 20, No. 10. Stage 5. October 1975. prob3_1975_11_19.pdf
 G. Luger. Prob4. Prolog Train Problem, P 20, No. 11. Stage 5. November 1975. prob4_1975_11_19.pdf
Equation solving program
(Originally: Orange line printer binder: "Alan Bundy's Lineprinter Output 1 (Office)".)
These programs are also written in Marseille Prolog, as ported to the DEC 10 by David H. D. Warren. The input language is still via the original Marseille "SVI" supervisor.
Again, are these programs by Welham the original PRESS?
Contents:
 Bob Welham. Equation solvingprogram. Alan Bundy's listing  and his examples? Files: Equation solving, Legal Moves, Examples 1, 2, and 3. November 1975. equation_solving_1975_11_14.pdf
 Alan Bundy. Prolog Additions. PLADD. September 1975. pladd_1975_09_25.pdf
Old SVW Mecho program
This program is apparently written in Marseille Prolog as ported to the DEC 10 by David H. D. Warren, but using his "SVW" supervisor, which introduced the Edinburgh syntax that became widespread after its use in DECsystem 10 Prolog [PereiraEtAl1978]. They use the "no lower case" option, in which variables begin with an underscore (_), which is printed as a left arrow (←) in these files.
Alan Bundy. Listing of SVWMCH.MAS, 20 April 1977. From loose listings. svwmch_mas1977_04_20.pdf
Contents:
 SVMMCH.CMD  List of these files
 USVW.OLD  Utilities for SVW Prolog, January 1976
 XTRACT.OLD  Mechanics equation extraction routines, 8/9/76
 MOTION.OLD  Motion inference rules, 29/12/76
 SCHEMA.OLD  Schemata (and cues), 28/2/77
 FUNCC.OLD  Function call predicate call, February 1977
 CNVERT.OLD  Mechanics unit conversion routines, 8/9/76
 II  A single query, : II.
 OLDXRT  Frames and GO, old bits of XTRACT
Mecho problems
This program is written with the Edinburgh syntax, but each file begins with
: 'NOLC'.
and the variables begin with an actual underscore (_). So perhaps the program was originally written for Marseille Prolog with the "SVW" supervisor, and then adapted to DECsystem 10 Prolog [PereiraEtAl1978]
Alan Bundy. Listing of PRB.MAS, 28 July 1978 From loose listings. prb_mas_1978_07_28.pdf
Contents:
 PRB.CMD  List of these files
 BLOC.PRB  Problem 3, Stage 4 / de Kleer's Sliding Block Problem / Alan Bundy September 1976
 PULLEY.PRB  G. Luger November 1977 Problem 1
 DOME.PRB  Problem 5, Stage 4 / de Kleer's Great Dome Problem / Alan Bundy 30 December 1976
 LOOP.PRB  Problem 4, Stage 4 / de Kleer's Loop the Loop Problem / Alan Bundy 30 December 1976
 TRAIN.PRB  Train Problem / Alan Bundy April 1978
 CAR.PRB  Simple Car Problem / Alan Bundy April 1978
 LEVER.PRB  First Lever Problem / Alan Bundy April 1978
More Mecho problems
(Originally: Manilla folder: "Current Programs. Alan Bundy.")
Two of these files (both called RUBISH) appear to be using the "SVW" supervisor for Marseille Prolog.
Alan Bundy. Various early programs from Mecho? 19761978. current_programs_1978
PRESS
(Originally: Blue line printer binder: "PRESS".)
"PRESS (PRolog Equation Solving System) is a computer program for solving equations and doing other kinds of algebraic manipulation on transcendental expressions, i.e. expressions involving polynomial, trigonometric, exponential and logarithmic functions. It is based on ideas originally expounded by [Bundy 1975] and [Bundy 1979].
The program was largely written during 1975 by Bob Welham in the language Prolog (see [Pereira et al. 1978] ). It consists of approximately 250 clauses and occupies 13K, 36 bit, Dec10 words. The Prolog system itself occupies a further 20K words.
The main use of PRESS has been as the algebraic package of the MECHO program (see [Bundy et al. 1979] ). It has been extended from its original purely equation solving role to handle other problems which have arisen in the MECHO project, namely inequality handling and the use of semantic information. Suprisingly, some of the techniques originally developed for equation solving have also found application in inequality handling."
[Bundy and Welham 1981]
PRESS source code and test runs; many are very faint. Not yet scanned (need wide scanner). Circa 1980.
Various PRESS and Prolog documents
Originally: Manilla folder: "Prolog/PRESS specials".)
Various documents concerning PRESS and Prolog. Circa 1979. press_specials_1979.pdf
Contents:
 PRESS cross reference
 O'Keefe. [File formatting conventions.]
 Byrd. Utility procedures. [Mentions the old USVW.PL.]
Related digital files:
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/prologutilities.pl.txt "Basic utilities for PRESS (to be compiled), 31.1.80"
Various PRESS documents
(Originally: Red A4 binder: "PRESS ~ various: Matcher, Integrator, Scoap".)
Informal history of PRESS from mail messages sent about innovations, Trace, SPRWT, old versions of various things, Powerful Matcher, and Neil Davey's Identity Assimilator. Circa 1981. press_various_1981.pdf
EMAS PRESS
(Originally: Red A4 binder: "EMAS".)
The Edinburgh Multi Access System (EMAS) was a timesharing system developed at the University of Edinburgh (originally for the ICL 4/75 and later ported to the ICL 2900 series). In 1980, Luís Damas wrote a Prolog in the IMP programing language for EMAS.
Mecho Prolog programs, circa 1981.
 Listings of Mecho programs, preceded by documentation of the EMAS system and a 7page document "EMAS Prolog for bluffers". emas_1981.pdf
 Original text files of the same Mecho programs. Courtesy of Graham Toal. Online at history.dcs.ed.ac.uk
 Alan Bundy. Evan's Geometric Analogy Program  Rational Reconstruction. October 26, 1979.
 Alan Bundy. A sequence of theorem provers using a variety of approaches (SIMPLE, BOYER, HERUIS, SEMANT, MODEL, REWRIT, SKOLEM, UNIFY, etc.). Circa 1981.
 Alan Bundy. Generation of random sentences from an ATN. 19 November 1979.
 Alan Bundy. Planning???
 Alan Bundy. LOGO type inference package. November 16, 1979.
 Alan Bundy Rational Reconstruction of Winston Learning Program. 1 December 1980.
So this series of programs were probably first developed on Edinburgh DEC10 Prolog, then moved to EMAS Prolog? The listings were printed with a very narrow left margin, causing the scanner to miss the first character of some lines.
Projectwide information, documentation, and utility programs
(Originally: Blue A4 binder: "Mecho/Press Projects : Group Facilities".)
Mathematical Reasoning Group. Projectwide information, documentation, and utility programs. 1981. mecho_press_projects_1981.pdf
Contents:
 Group information files, including staff of Mathematical Reasoning Group
 Path definitions
 Program maintenance
 Cross reference generation
 Prolog documentation
 PRESS.BIB
 Prolog bibliography
 Special SCRIBE formats
 Change directory command (documentation and source code (40 pages in all)
 Prolog parser writtin Pascal. 29 July 1982.
Utilities for Mecho project
(Originally: Black A4 binder: "Mecho Project Utilities".)
Lawrence Byrd and Richard O'Keefe? Utilities for Mecho project. 1981. mecho_project_utilities_1981
Contents:
 UTIL.HLP, UTIL.CNG, UTIL.TXT: utilities by module, and alphabetically by name
 bag document
 UTIL, MUTIL, UTIL.OPS, ARITH.OPS, UTIL.MIC, MUTIL.MIC, UTIL.XREF
 writef document
 UTIL document (Scribe source), old UTIL document
 EDIT.PL, FILES.PL, WRITEF.PL, TRACE.PL, READIN.PL, LISTRO.PL, SRETROU.PL, TIDY.PL
MBASE  Mecho Support System
(Originally: Blue A4 binder "MBASE  Mecho: low level".)
Lawrence Byrd? MBASE  Mecho Support System. 1981. mbase_1981.pdfContents:
 Directory, loading and running, cross reference
 Problem solver: top level, Marples algorithm, soughts/givens/intermediates, simple problem solving steps, generation of applicable formulae, loading formulae
 Object level database
 Inference engine
 Meta level database
 Utilities
Moments of inertia problems
(Originally: Black A4 binder "Moments of Inertia".)
Alan Bundy. Prolog programs for solving moments of inertia problems. Framework, individual problem files, and solutions (traces). 1981. moments_of_inertia_1981
I believe this a standalone framework, not dependent on Mecho or PRESS.
Contents:
 Directory, consult files, continuous measure systems, algebraic definitions of ideal objects, meta level knowledge, type hierarchy, inference rules for lengths and areas, general knowledge, formulae for masses, ...
 MOFI problems 111; solutions
 Various older code, etc.
Related digital files:
Roller Coaster problems
(Originally: Blue A4 binder: "Roller Coaster Problems".)
Alan Bundy. Prolog programs for solving Roller Coaster problems. 1981. roller_coaster_problems_1981.pdf
I believe this a standalone framework, not dependent on Mecho or PRESS.
See [Bundy 1978].
Contents:
 Directory, consult files, top level, prediction, paths, inference ruiles for angles and inclinations, conservation of energy, parity switching, motion schemas, instant hack, meta level knowledge, save/restore shorthands, type hierarchy
 Problems and solutions (threaded versions and original versions)

Notes and paper
 Alan Bundy. Finding the Quadrant of Angles. Mecho note 48, 15 January 1979.
 Alan Bundy. Will it Reach the Top? Prediction in th Mechanics World. Artificial Intelligence 10, 1978, pages 129146.
 Old problems. 1976.
 Related code. 1977.
Related digital files:
100 Mecho problems
(Originally: Black A4 binder: "100 Problems".)
Alan Bundy, editor and main author. Collection of problems for Mecho. Circa 19791981. 100_problems_1981.pdf
See [Luger Bundy 1977] and [Bundy 1978] .
Contents:
 Springs, weight and strings (including one by Alan Borning)
 Age problems
 More problems: Barge, Bench, Ladder, Jill Larkin's problem, Pulley, Scaffold, Tower, etc.
 Motion problems (including some by Chris Mellish)
 Moment of inertia problems (compare with Moments of Inertia binder)
 Thermo problems (by Wouter?)
 Mecho problem areas (Forces, Rigid Body Equilibrium, Pulley, Constant acceleration, Relative motion, Projectile, Collision, Spring and energy, Work and power, Rob's 30 problems for parser
Related digital files:
Various teaching examples
(Originally: Black legalsize binder: "teach".)
Various programs, 19791981. teach_1981.pdf
Contents:
 Evan's Geometric Analogy Program  Rational Reconstruction, October 1979.
 Rational Reconstruction of Winston Learning Program, Deecember 1980. Plus notes.
 Alan Bundy. Unification procedure for firstorder logic (with occurs check). July 1981.
 Alan Bundy. Breadth first search theorem prover. June 1981.
 Alan Bundy. Heuristic search theroem prover. June 1981.
 Alan Bundy. A depth first theorem prover with vetting by use of interpretations and incorporating input restriction. June 1981.
 Alan Bundy. A Simple depth first search rewrite rule system. July 1981.
 Alan Bundy. Skolem Normal Form Procedure. March 1979.
 Leon Sterling. A simple BoyerMoore theorem prover. July 1981.
 Alan. Bundy. Production Rule System for AI1. September 1981.
 Peter Hammond (and Richard O'Keefe). Mycin (Prolog)  a Prolog rational reconstruction, 19801981.
Interval package for PRESS
(Originally: Blue A4 binder: "Intervals".)
Alan Bundy. An interval package for PRESS, circa 1981. intervals_1981.pdf
Includes two versions of the report: Alan Bundy. A Generalized Interval Package and its Use for Semantic Checking. DAI Working Paper No. 86, 8 July 1981.
See [Bundy 1984] .
Related digital files:
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/pressintervalpackage1.pl.txt
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/pressintervalpackage2.pl.txt
Extension to PRESS for solving cubic equations
(Originally: Blue A4 binder: "Cubic".)
Alan Bundy. Listings and notes on extension to PRESS for solving cubic equations. cubic_1981.pdf
Contents include Specialize, Collection method, Borning matcher, Cardan method, and notes and letters. Notes include:
 Alan Bundy. Specializing the General Cubic. Note 84, 11 May 1981.
 Alan Bundy. Cardan's Method. Note 83, 8 May 1981.
 Alan Bundy. Adapting the Borning Matcher to Handle the Cubic. Note 74, 15 December 1981.
 Alan Bundy. Solving the General Cubic. Note 69, 12 September 1980.
 Alan Borning to Alan Bundy. Email on solving the cubic using the trig collection rule. 24 February 1981.
 Alan Borning. A Powerful Matcher for Algebraic Equation Solving. DAI Working Paper No. 67, May 1980.
Related digital files:
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/borningspressmatcher.zip
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/myexperimentalpress19801.zip
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/myexperimentalpress1982.zip
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/myexperimentalpress1983.zip
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/presscubicsolver.zip
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/pressmyexperimentalbits.zip
 digital_files/prolog_utilities/pressproblems.pl.txt [Not sure about these: "A Selection of Algebra Problems", 10.5.79]
Natural language parser
(Originally: Black A4 binder: "Rob's Parser".)
Rob Milne. Natural language parser. Circa 1981. rob_milne_parser_1981.pdf
See [Milne 1980]. For more on Milne, see:
A. Bundy and S. Wilson, editors. Rob Milne: A Tribute to a Pioneering AI Scientist, Entrepreneur and Mountaineer , IOS Press. 167 pages. (Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications; vol. 139).
Semantic Interpreter
(Originally: Blue A4 binder: "INTERP  semantic interpreter".)
Chris Mellish. Semantic Interpreter. 1981. semantic_interpreter_1981.pdf
Was this part of Mellish's PhD thesis: [Mellish 1981]? See also [Bundy et al. 1982].
Contents
 Prolog code
 Situation files
 Various additional code files
IMPRESS Theorem Prover
(Originally: Blue A4 binder: "IMPRESS".)
IMPRESS was written by Bundy and Leon Sterling. It performed reasoning about the PRESS methods, i.e., at the metalevel. See [Bundy and Sterling 1981] and [Bundy and Sterling 1988].
Alan Bundy and Leon Sterling. IMPRESS Theorem Prover. September 1982. impress_1982.pdf
This binder also includes:
 Alan Borning's AgendaBased Expression Generator, including a copy of: Alan Borning. Conjecturing and Proving New Rewrite Rules in Press. Note 58, 3 December 1979.
 Alan Borning's BacktrackingBased Generator. Undated.
 Alan Borning? The use of Lemmas in Proving Theorems. January 13, 1983.
Related digital files:
PRESS source code
(Originally: Red A4 binder: "PRESS".)
Bernard Silver, Alan Bundy, Leon Sterling? PRESS source code. Circa 1982. press_1982.pdf
Contents
 Contents, directory listing, clause counts, cross reference, junk
 SOLVE
 SIMEQ
 SIM
 INEQ
 IDENT
 Methods
 Axioms
 Packages
 Misc
Learning PRESS source code
(Originally: Red A4 binder: "Learning PRESS".)
The Learning PRESS system was written by Bundy's PhD student, Bernard Silver. The idea was to learn the PRESS equation solving methods from examples using a form of inductive generalisation. See [Silver 1983] and [Silver 1984].
Bernard Silver. Learning PRESS source code. 1984. learning_press_1984.pdf
Contents
 Help, cross reference
 Top levels
 Conjecture
 Tables
 Flags and I/O
 Miscellaneous
 Method Stuff
 Utilities
 Miscellaneous
Ecological Modelling Front End Project
(Originally: Blue line printer binder: "ECO Program".)
ECO source code. Ecological Modelling Front End Project. Not yet scanned (need wide scanner). June 1984.
Is it a precursor to [Uschold et al 1984]?
Related digital files:
 digital_files/mecho/mechoecology.zip
 digital_files/mecho/mechoecology2.zip/
 digital_files/mecho/mechoecology1982.zip
"Two years ago, when Robert [Muetzelfeldt?] and I first discussed the Ecological Modelling Front End Project, I wrote a toy program, I called ECO, just to familiarize myself with the problem. This is the 0th order program mentioned in the grant. Now it has taken on a new lease of life as a practice Prolog program for incoming researchers, so I thought I had better write some documentation. This is it."
Public PRESS and Learning PRESS source code
A version of PRESS and Bernard Silver's Learning PRESS was released to the public in 1985, adapted to run on Quintus Prolog (see [Sterling et al. 1989]); Alan Bundy provided a copy of this code. In 2016, Christopher J. Sangwin of the University of Edinburgh adapted this code to run on SWI Prolog and released it on a gthub repository. In addition, in his book The Art of Prolog with Ehud Shapiro, Leon Sterling included a simplified version of the PRESS equation solver in Chapter 23.
 PRESS Group. PRESS and Learning PRESS. Source code for Quintus Prolog. 1985. digital_files/press_for_quintus/presssrc.tgz
 PRESS Group, with modifications by Christopher J. Sangwin. PRESS and Learning PRESS. Source code for SWI Prolog. 2016. https://github.com/maths/PRESS
 Leon Sterling. Program 23.1. digital_files/press_for_aop/program23.1.txt / Online at CMU Artificial Intelligence Repository
References
 [Bundy 1974]
 A. Bundy. A Treatise on Elementary Equation Solving. Internal Memo, Department of Artificial Intelligence, Edinburgh, 1974. See also [Bundy 1979].
 [Bundy 1975]
 A. Bundy. Analysing Mathematical Proofs (or Reading between the Lines). in Proceedings of the 4th international joint conference on Artificial Intelligence, 1975. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy et al. 1975]
 A. Bundy, G. Luger, and M. Stone. A program to solve mechanics problems stated in English. DAI Working paper No. 8, University of Edinburgh, May 1975. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy 1976]
 A. Bundy. The role inference in the solving of mechanics problems. Department of Artificial Intelligence Working Paper No. 16, University of Edinburgh, 1976. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy et al. 1976]
 A. Bundy, G. Luger, M. Stone, and R. Welham. 1976. MECHO: Year One. In Proceedings of the 2nd Summer Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Simulation of Behaviour (AISB'76). IOS Press, NLD, 94–103. ACM Digital Library
 [Luger Bundy 1977]
 G. Luger and A. Bundy. Representing Semantic Information In Pulley Problems. Proceedings of the 5th International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI '77). Cambridge, MA. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy 1978]
 A. Bundy. Will It Reach the Top? Prediction in the Mechanics World. Artificial Intelligence. 10, 2, Apr 1978. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy et al. 1978]
 A. Bundy, G. Luger, C. Mellish, M. Palmer. Knowledge about Knowledge: Making Decisions in Mechanics Problem Solving. Proceedings of the 4th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, 1978. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Pereira et al. 1978]
 Luís Moniz Pereira, Fernando C. N. Pereira, and David H. D. Warren. User's Guide to DECsystem10 Prolog. Technical Report 03/13/5570, Laboratório Nacional De Engenharia Civil, Lisbon, SeptemberOctober, 1978. Provisional version. Interpreter version 1.32 and compiler version 1.11. PDF at unl.pt
 [Bundy 1979]
 A. Bundy. A Treatise on Elementary Equation Solving. Working Paper No. 51, Department of Artificial Intelligence, Edinburgh, 44 pages, 1979. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy et al. 1979a]
 A. Bundy, L. Byrd, G. Luger, C. Mellish, R. Milne, M. Palmer. MECHO: A program to solve mechanics problems, Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh, 1979.
 [Bundy et al. 1979b]
 A. Bundy, L. Byrd, G. Luger, C. Mellish, and M. Palmer. Solving Mechanics Problems Using MetaLevel Inference. Proceedings of the 6th international joint conference on Artificial Intelligence  IJCAI '79. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Milne 1980]
 Rob Milne. Parsing Against Lexical Ambiguity. In COLING 1980 Volume 1: The 8th International Conference on Computational Linguistics. ACL Anthology
 [Borning and Bundy 1981]
 A. Borning and A. Bundy. Using Matching in Algebraic Equation SolvingProceedings of IJCAI7, 1981. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy and Sterling 1981]
 A. Bundy and L. Sterling. Metalevel inference in Algebra. Department of Intelligence Research Paper No. 164, 1981. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy and Welham 1981]
 A. Bundy and B. Welham. Using metalevel inference for selective application of multiple rewrite rule sets in algebraic manipulation Artificial Intelligence. 16, 2, pages 189212, 1981. Science Direct and DAI Research Paper No. 121. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Mellish 1981]
 C. S. Mellish. Coping with uncertainty: Noun phrase interpretation and early semantic analysis. PhD thesis, Department of Artificial Intelligence, University of Edinburgh, 1981.
 [Bundy et al. 1982]
 Alan Bundy, Lawrence Byrd, and Chris Mellish. Special Purpose, But DomainIndependent, Inference Mechanisms. Proceedings to the 5th European Conference on Artificial Intelligence, ECAI 82, Paris, 1982. Department of Artificial Intelligence Research Paper No. 179, 1982. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Silver 1983]
 Bernard Silver. Learning Equation Solving Methods From Examples. IJCAI 1983, pages 429431. PDF at ijcai.org
 [Silver 1984]
 Bernard Silver. Using metalevel inference to constrain search and to learn strategies in equation solving. PhD thesis, University of Edinburgh, 1984. Edinburgh Research Explorer
 [Bundy 1984]
 A. Bundy. A Generalized Interval Package and its Use for Semantic Checking. ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software, 10(4). ACM Digital Library
 [Uschold et al. 1984]
 M. Uschold, N. Harding, R. Muetzelfeldt, and A. Bundy. An Intelligent Front End for Ecological Modelling, in 0 'Shea, T. (ed), Advances in Artificial Intelligence, also in Proceedings ECAI84 available from Dept. Artificial Intelligence, Edinburgh University as Research Paper 2.
 [Bundy and Sterling 1988]
 Alan Bundy and Leon Sterling. Meta Level Inference: Two Applications. Journal of Automated Reasoning4, 1988, pages 1527. SpringerLink / Academia.edu
 [Fateman et al. 1988]
 Richard Fateman, Alan Bundy, Richard O'Keefe, and Leon Sterling. Commentary on: solving symbolic equations with PRESS. SIGSAM Bull. 22, 2 (April 1988), 27–40. ACM Digital Library
 [Sterling et al. 1989]
 Leon Sterling, Alan Bundy, Lawrence Byrd, Richard O’Keefe, Bernard Silver. Solving Symbolic Equations with PRESS. J . Symbolic Computation (1989) 7, 7184. ScienceDirect (open access)
 [Bundy 2010]
 Alan Bundy. The Computer Modelling of Mathematical Reasoning. Digital edition, 201. PDF at www.inf.ed.ac.uk