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my Knowledge Explorer

myKnowledgeExplorer (mKE) is an intelligent knowledge base assistant. All communication is in a user-friendly, English-like language called mKR. mKR is designed to help human beings work more intelligently. mKE command line options include language definitions for RDF, OWL, CYC, and SUMO. mKR scripts may include embedded calls to the Unix shell. mKR gives special emphasis to context hierarchies, genus-differentia definitions, n-ary relations, questions, and action/methods.

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  •  24 Aug 2009 06:42

    Release Notes: The new "mke" command was added for online processing. "mke" prestores knowledge in GDBM databases. Available databases include Cyc, SUMO, TAP, USECS, and Tabula Rasa. Compared to the original "ke" command, "mke" is much smaller and faster and uses a simple subset of mKR syntax and semantics. "mke" can also be executed offline with a normal stdin-stdout-stderr interface.

    •  21 Sep 2008 23:48

      Release Notes: This release implements context pipes and new logic "for" loops.

      •  06 Aug 2008 20:26

        Release Notes: A -sumo option to load IEEE SUMO ontology. New syntax for interactions.

        •  17 Feb 2007 11:00

          Release Notes: This release includes the OpenCyc Upper Ontology, which is automatically loaded with "-cyc" option. RDF and OWL language definitions are loaded with "-rdf" and "-owl" options. The mKR binary relation syntax was enhanced for easier translation of OWL files to mKR files.

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