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Wednesday, February 02, 2005

Rule Markup language

Though my colleague Harold Boley works on it, I did not understand the important of this topic until I read the paper by Jae Kyu Lee and Mye M. Sohn “the extensiable rule markup language” in CACM May 2003. Rule markup wants to markup a normal HTML into rules and then the rules can be stored in a rule base and processed by inference engine. It is a method of managing the knowledge. Well, it is hard to markup, because of the language ambiguity.

1 Comments:

  • I see RuleML as a way to exchange rules between web services. Not really as knowledge management per se.

    By Blogger Daniel Lemire, at 10:55 AM  

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