Amzi! is a registered trademark and Logic Server, Active Prolog Tutor, Adventure in Prolog Ever since I’ve had a warm spot in my heart for adventure games. Amzi! is a registered trademark and Logic Server, Active Prolog Tutor, Adventure in Prolog and the flying squirrel logo are trademarks of Amzi! inc. Last Updated. Tutorial explains Prolog concepts with text, diagrams and specialized diagrams you step-by-step through writing: an adventure game, an intelligent data-base.
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A full tutorial for learning Prolog, using an interactive fiction game for it’s basic example.
An ARulesXL application that allows for the encoding of vaccination knowledge in a spreadsheet, and the deployment of that knowledge into any other application context. Knowledge Wright is a customizable platform for creating domain-specific application development tools.
ARulesXL was made possible by the expressiveness advengure the Prolog language for the development of knowledge based languages and reasoning engines, and Amzi!
The knowledge in EVA can be maintained and vetted by doctors, not programmers.
A tutorial with many samples showing how to use Prolog to create rule languages and reasoning engines for a variety of different types of knowledge and application. Sign-up for the Amzi!
It is distinguished by:. Basic versions of Amzi!
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EVA illustrates the power of developing knowledge based systems customized for a particular application domain. This means they are free to be used as you see fit. All proceeds go towards keeping Amzi! Recommended as well are these classic Prolog texts: The applications can be exported and deployed in any of the environments supported by Amzi!
Dennis Merritt’s online bookstore is now open! A rule language and reasoning engine that is embeded in Excel, pprolog for the development of rule and pattern-matching applications integrated with Excel spreadsheet data. All of the products listed on this page are now open source projects distributed under the M.
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Dennis Merritt’s books available for Kindle and in print. Any and all contributions are appreciated and help keep the software, the Web site and our coffee machine going. In the course of the tutorial you will also build an expert system and a business application.
Knowledge Wright was made possible by the expressiveness of the Prolog language for the development of knowledge based languages and reasoning engines, and Amzi! Prolog source code debugger showing call stack, variable bindings, source code at a Adveenture port, index of predicates, and executing code.