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Gerald.Klix at klix.ch
Sun Jan 8 22:17:24 CET 2006
Together with the planned persistence solutions; i suppose this will be
also an object space, it will make a great deductive database.
yust my 0.02 €.
Ben.Young at risk.sungard.com schrieb:
> Anders Lehmann <anders.lehmann at dfki.de> wrote on 06/01/2006 16:21:42:
>>Sorry for not sending the first answer to the list, please read below.
>>Den 06/01/2006 kl. 17.11 skrev Ben.Young at risk.sungard.com:
>>>Thanks for the info Anders.
>>>What I don't understand is what the relation of this all is with PyPy.
>>>Will it eventually be somehow integrated with python itself rather
>>>library? What benefits will this bring?
>>For now there are no relation to PyPy. For now the parser/reasoner is
>>using the constraint solving package from Logilab for the heavy
>>lifting. We plan to integrate this Logic solving package into PyPy
>>(in LogicObjectSpace) and thus showcasing the flexibility of PyPy.
>>The possibility to use OWL from python is in some demand (at least in
>>rdf land and here at DFKI).
>>Hope this helps
> Ah, I see (I think). So the integrated LogicObjectSpace will be about to
> somehow solve logic problems expressed in ordinary python objects.
> Thanks for the info!
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