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A modular and configurable environment for developing expert systems, which was created at the German National Research Center for Computer Sciences (GMD). It is a forward/backward chaining, hybrid sy...
Common Lisp Reasoner
Provides tightly-integrated knowledge representation, reasoning and search capabilities, with vanilla XML and RDF/XML interfaces, built around a portable extension of CLOS.
A graphical shell for the hybrid expert system development environment BABYLON. EMA-XPS was created at the University of Wuppertal, Germany. It provides a number of tools such as a task processor, kno...
KM: The Knowledge Machine
KM is a powerful, frame-based knowledge representation language with clear first-order logic semantics. It contains sophisticated machinery for reasoning, including selection by description, unificati...
Lisp-based Intelligent Software Agents. A production-rule language for building expert systems. It is influenced by, and similar to, CLIPS and JESS.
Lisp code from Artificial Intelligence, A Modern Approach
Common Lisp code for solving basic AI problems, from the definitive textbook on intelligent agents by Russell & Norvig.
The website also links implementations in other languages (java, python, c++, p...
Loom is a "language and environment for constructing intelligent applications". It features a knowledge representation system, a deductive engine, and a logic-based pattern matcher.
Simple backward-chaining expert system shell based on MYCIN. Although it was created for educational purposes at the University of Texas at Austin, it was also used for developing some real expert sys...