RuleML Implementations

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This wiki page collects implemented RuleML tools, including editors, engines, translators/converters, normalizers, editors, etc. Several sections (i.e. Editors, Engines and Translators/Converters) are also presented on the RuleML main page.

If you are an implementer of a RuleML tool that is not listed here, please contact webmaster {A T} ruleml.org for access to edit this wiki page, or send a text snippet about your RuleML tool.

Please independently send your best tool to the International Rule Challenge.

1 Editors

User interfaces, particularly editors, for RuleML are described here.

  • LIME: Editor for language-independent markup, with a demo for legal texts in LegalRuleML, called RAWE.

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To add Editors to this index, please login and navigate to Editors:Master. All listings, including archived and draft items, are maintained at that page. To obtain an account, Contact Us.

2 Engines

Various rule engines have been used to execute (queries posed to) rulebases for subsets of RuleML as described in the following.

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To add Engines to this index, please login and navigate to Engines:Master. All listings, including archived and draft items, are maintained at that page. To obtain an account, Contact Us.

3 Translators

Since RuleML should help rule-system interoperation, (XSLT, ...) translators for RuleML rulebases are rather important. Please send us further translator pairs between your system and RuleML -- even if your translators are (still) partial.

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4 Formatters and Upgraders

4.1 Normalizers

4.2 Compactifiers

4.3 Upgraders