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Re: [cyclify-austin] Re: mKR context pipes

From: Richard H. McCullough <rhm@pioneerca.com>
Date: Sat, 23 Aug 2008 13:28:59 -0700
Message-ID: <2428864400714EBE9D4E2061522FBF58@rhm8200>
To: <cyclify-austin@YahooGroups.com>
Cc: "KR-language" <KR-language@YahooGroups.com>, "Semantic Web at W3C" <semantic-web@w3.org>

Stu

Thanks for the info.
I was not aware of these other projects,
and I will definitely look into them.

If you'd like to expand on your ideas
off list, I am very interested.

Dick McCullough
Ayn Rand do speak od mKR done;
mKE do enhance od Real Intelligence done;
knowledge := man do identify od existent done;
knowledge haspart proposition list;
http://mKRmKE.org/

  ----- Original Message ----- 
  From: Stu Baurmann
  To: cyclify-austin@YahooGroups.com
  Sent: Saturday, August 23, 2008 11:43 AM
  Subject: Re: [cyclify-austin] Re: mKR context pipes


  We may be straying a bit from the cyc topic here, but I will point out
  the following regarding pipeline-based knowledge application architecture:

  1) Cocoon is all about the (XML) pipes, which myself and others have
  used to construct semantic pipelines around RDF graphs and SPARQL queries.

  http://cocoon.apache.org/
  http://groups.google.com/group/cocoon-semantic-platform

  It's easy to plug Saxonica into Cocoon and then you get XPath2+XSLT2 level
  processing in your pipelines, which is pretty swanky when combined with
  the power of Cocoon sitemaps.

  http://www.saxonica.com/

  Cocoon and Saxonica will be more appealing if you have already have a good 
bridge
  to Java. Regardless, I think that taking a standards-centric approach (XML 
+ URI + RDF)
  to pipeline integration might help widen the future audience for mKR, and 
offer a
  sensible pathway for using mKR, Cyc, and RDF together as part of an 
knowledge
  application platform.

  2) You may want to pay some attention to the emerging XProc standard for
  XML Processing pipelines.

  http://www.w3.org/TR/xproc/
  http://xproc.org/

  > >
  > > 3. mKR pipes (not yet implemented)
  > > In the typical mKR pipeline, each mKR method has a context
  > > as its standard input and standard output. The mKR methods
  > > act as context filters.
  > >
  > > The mKR syntax will look like this
  > >
  > > at context | do filter1 done | do filter2 done | ... | do
  > > filterN done;
  > >
  > > 4. Comments, any one?


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