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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 frobs.ps and prolog.ps.
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.
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Author(s): Eric G. Muehle
Contact: Robert R. Kessler
Director, Center for Software Science
Dept. of Computer Science
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT 84112
Authors!Kessler, Authors!Muehle, FROBS, FROLIC,
Forward Chaining, Frame Systems, Knowledge Representation,
Lisp!Code, OOP!Frames, Rules
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