The Semantic Web Expert System Shell - An intelligent system platform capable of reasoning from multiple ontologies using Resource Description Framework (RDF), Rule Markup Language (RuleML), as well as other knowledge expressed as functional, structural, or causal models.
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SWEXSYS

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The Semantic Web Expert System (SWEXSYS) shell is a framework capable of building applications which reason with knowledge and data instantiated from multiple ontologies using Resource Description Framework (RDF), knowledge expressed using Rule Markup Language (RuleML), as well as other knowledge expressed as functional, structural, or causal models.

The Semantic Web Expert System Shell has been developed in XPCE which is an object-oriented library for building Graphical User Interfaces (GUI's) for symbolic or strongly typed languages and is distributed as a library on top of the hosting Prolog system. The work was done as part of a master's program in electrical and computer engineering.


Title Semantic Web Expert System (SWEXSYS) Shell
Author Omoju Thomas
Advisor Dr. David J. Russomanno
Degree Masters of Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Emphasis Intelligent Systems
Date Dec 2004

System Requirements

  • SWI-Prolog version 5.2.10
  • XPCE version 6 (bundled with SWI-Prolog)

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How to Contribute

Find any typos? Have another resource you think should be included? Contributions are welcome!

First, fork this repository.

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Next, clone this repository to your desktop to make changes.

$ git clone {YOUR_REPOSITORY_CLONE_URL}
$ cd SWEXSYS

Once you've pushed changes to your local repository, you can issue a pull request by clicking on the green pull request icon.

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License

The contents of this repository are covered under the GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.