The Internet Reasoning Service
Common Lisp JavaScript
Latest commit e1b8d69 Nov 16, 2011 @davelambert davelambert Remove deprecated publisher-information from apps, tests
Since publisher-information is used only in the older style groundings
(predating the rule-based lift/lower system), remove such descriptions
from ontologies described using more modern groundings..
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README

The Internet Reasoning Service (IRS) is a semantic web services
broker, developed in the Knowledge Media Institute of the Open
University.  IRS is implemented in Common Lisp.

IRS features include:

    - WSMO compatibility
    - Groundings to SOAP, XML-RPC, HTTP GET
    - Invokable through SOAP, HTTP GET
    - Service orchestration and choreography
    - Ontology-based service selection

Installation instructions can be found in the file ‘INSTALL’.