18 Jul 2003 garym   » (Master)

XRML - Extensible Rule Markup Language

Graeme Burnette tips us to a new technology for building rule-based information systems: Extensible Rule Markup Language (XRML) can support the automatic processing of implicit rules embedded in the hypertexts and help human browse them for their comprehension ... XRML aims to convert itself to XML for browsing, and assist the generation and maintenance of consistent explicit rule structure.

This is the initial run proof of concept from "Extensible Rule Markup Language - Toward the Intelligent Web Platform" by Jae Kyu Lee and Mye M. Sohn, to be published in the Communications of the ACM.

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