whatever happened to...

Corrado Santoro <>
Fri Feb 10 22:51:02 CET 2006


Hi all (and Bryan and Taavi),

I'm one of the co-authors of ERESYE.

It is part of eXAT but to obtain it you should contact me directly. I'll 
be glad to send you the code with the examples.

Best regards,
--Corrado

bryan rasmussen wrote:
> Hi,
> Looks like eXAT uses Eresye, renamed Eres. Thanks.
> 
> Cheers,
> Bryan Rasmussen
> 
> On 2/10/06, Taavi Talvik <> wrote:
> 
>>Is eXAT ( http://www.diit.unict.it/users/csanto/exat/whats.html)
>>something
>>similiar?
>>
>>best regards,
>>taavi
>>
>>
>>>Eresye?
>>>
>>>"ERESYE is an Erlang library designed to allow the creation, management
>>>and execution of rule-processing engines, and is thus
>>>suited for the realization of expert systems"
>>>
>>>where does one get it? are there any other programs, projects,
>>>libraries out there that seem to have fallen through the cracks that
>>>might be nice to have around? Will it even run on newest OTP?
>>>
>>>Cheers,
>>>Bryan Rasmussen
>>>
>>
>>

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