Bijan Parsia

Bijan Parsia is a PhD candidate at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research interests non-exhaustively include epistemology, early modern philosophers, the philosophy of mathematics, logic, feminism, oppression theory, and the philosophy of computer science. He's a regular contributor to and has co-authored a chapter in the forthcoming anthology, Squeak: Open Personal Computing and Multimedia.

Articles by this author

RDF Applications with Prolog

In the second article in our series on RDF and Prolog, we compare the use of Prolog and XSLT to render RDF into HTML.

An Introduction to Prolog and RDF

In the first of a series on creating Semantic Web applications with Prolog, Bijan Parsia introduces Prolog and its use in processing RDF.

Functional Programming and XML

Current XML programming practice is dominated heavily by object-oriented techniques, but are we missing out on new and innovative ways of handling XML? Find out in our whistle-stop tour of functional programming and XML.