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FROBS: Object-oriented frame language for Common Lisp

FROBS is a merger between frames and objects. It is implemented in Common Lisp and provides an object-oriented language as well as frame type operations and a forward chaining rule system. The rule system translates rule definitions into functions which can then be compiled by the native Common Lisp compiler. The frobs-doc.l file is something that someone else did to add documentation strings to FROBS. It is not something that we load automatically, so is separate. Having it be a separate file is fine. It is not a document describing FROBS or FROLIC, which are in the tar files as and
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Version: 1.2 (2-AUG-88) Requires: Common Lisp Ports: Lucid CL, KCL, Allegro CL Copying: Copyright (c) 1986-87, University of Utah, Eric G. Muehle Use, copying, modification, and distribution permitted. CD-ROM: Prime Time Freeware for AI, Issue 1-1 Mailing List: To subscribe to the mailing list, send mail to Author(s): Eric G. Muehle Contact: Robert R. Kessler Associate Professor Director, Center for Software Science Dept. of Computer Science 3190 M.E.B. University of Utah Salt Lake City, UT 84112 Tel: 801-581-5017 Keywords: Authors!Kessler, Authors!Muehle, FROBS, FROLIC, Forward Chaining, Frame Systems, Knowledge Representation, Lisp!Code, OOP!Frames, Rules References: ?
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