My Knowledge Explorer
Richard H. McCullough
interact with local or internet knowledge bases
my Knowledge Explorer uses the mKR (my Knowledge Representation) language to create, query and update mKB (my Knowledge Base). mKB can be a simple local address book, or an internet KB such as OpenCyc. RDF, OWL, CycL, are translated to mKR. mKR is a useful mixture of English (subject, verb, object, preposition phrase) and the UNIX shell (variables, procedures, control structures).
DocumentationmKR/mKE tutorial: http://ContextKnowledgeSystems.org/doc/mKEtutorial.html
mKR grammar: http://mKRmKE.org/parser/mkr_parser.y
released on 30 August 2014
- Runs-on:Windows BSD OS X GNU/Linux
- Software-development:programming-language programming-language-conversion
- Use:education hobbies internet-application science
- Works-with:addresses database html spreadsheet sql
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