Submissions:Adrian Walker 2
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|Motivation||Enable government and other web sites to answer an open ended collection of English questions, and also to explain the answers in English. Support government folks and citizens socially networking, Wikipedia-style, to continually expand the range of questions that can be answered.|
|Aim|| Integrate the semantics of data, with a semantics of an inference method, and
also with the meanings of open vocabulary, largely open syntax English sentences.
|Solution description|| Please see
|Elements|| 1. Lightweight natural language processor.
2. Semantic checker that makes helpful suggestions to authors 3. Reasoning engine based on provably correct model theoretic semantics 4. Explanation generator 5. Automatic SQL generator
|Implementation|| Live online at www.reengineeringllc.com. Shared us is free. There are no advertisements.
Browser interface for writing and running applications.
Java web interface for use as an SOA component, or for custom user interfaces
|Component type||Extensible Java stub|
|Problem example||We project that the target region NJ will need 1000 gallons of product 'y' in October. We then ask what alternative routes and modes-of-transportation (truck, train, boat, pipe) do we have to get that product to the region. Next we ask whether there's a refinery nearby that can produce the base product for finished product 'y'. With all of that, we finally say that we need a delivery plan that is optimized to deliver on time, make a profit, and beat the competition.|
|Pattern solution example||http://www.reengineeringllc.com/demo_agents/Oil-IndustrySupplyChain1MySql1.agent|
|Consequences|| You can run the example by pointing a browser to www.reengineeringllc.com and selecting Oil-IndustrySupplyChain1MySql1.
You can also read about this and other examples in http://www.reengineeringllc.com/A_Wiki_for_Business_Rules_in_Open_Vocabulary_Executable_English.pdf
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