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'''Rules''' are logical limitations or conditional cases placed upon a set of data or transfer of data.
 
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* RuleML Home: http://www.ruleml.org/
 
* RuleML Home: http://www.ruleml.org/
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* Reaction RuleML Translator: http://ibis.in.tum.de/research/ReactionRuleML/translation.htm
 
* Are your Rules online? Four Web Rule Essentials: http://www.ruleml.org/talks/RuleEssentials-talk.pdf
 
* Are your Rules online? Four Web Rule Essentials: http://www.ruleml.org/talks/RuleEssentials-talk.pdf
  

Revision as of 07:47, 5 May 2010

Rule Inference process

Rules are logical limitations or conditional cases placed upon a set of data or transfer of data.



Standards

RuleML

"Rules in (and for) the Web have become a mainstream topic since inference rules were marked up for E-Commerce and were identified as a Design Issue of the Semantic Web, and since transformation rules were put to practice for document generation from a central XML repository (as used here). Moreover, rules have continued to play an important role in AI shells for knowledge-based systems and in Intelligent Agents, today both needing a Web interchange format, and such XML/RDF-standardized rules are now also usable for the declarative specification of Web Services."


RIF

The mission of the Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group is to produce W3C Recommendations for rules interchange


SWRL

SWRL: A Semantic Web Rule Language Combining OWL and RuleML



SPIN


External Links


See Also

Rule Engine