[erlang-questions] Erlang and artificial intelligence: new ar ticle on trapexit
Tue Jul 17 16:40:08 CEST 2007
Interesting - you should link to your slides:
How does your system perform ? Have you run any standard benchmarks ?
How does your system scale to large knowledge base and/or large rule sets ?
What possibility is there for fine-grain concurrency in a RETE system ?
How could you stream facts into the server in non-Erlang format (XML) ?
How could you load and update rules at runtime from non-Erlang format (XML)
i.e. interpret rules, or on-the-fly compilation and loading of rules.
Queries are a bit like dynamic rules, where the results are not asserted to
the knowledge base but streamed back to the client. So having a dynamic rule
compilation system would support optimized streaming queries,
including event correlation and temporal pattern matching.
Is your system still under active development ?
e.g. in your presentation you mention adding negation
What is the software license ?
P.S. Good discussion of the Java Drools rule engine
design, implementation and benchmarking here:
[mailto:]On Behalf Of Corrado Santoro
Sent: 17 July 2007 12:47
To: Erlang Users' List
Subject: [erlang-questions] Erlang and artificial intelligence: new
article on trapexit
Francesca Gangemi and myself started a section on trapexit of articles
on Erlang and artificial intelligence; in particular they will cover the
use of the ERESYE tool, developed by us, for AI applications.
Comments are welcome.
All the best,
Eng. Corrado Santoro, Ph.D.
University of Catania - ITALY - Engineering Faculty
Tel: +39 095 7382380 VoIP: sip:
Personal Home Page: http://www.diit.unict.it/users/csanto
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