Knowledge Interchange Format is a programming language created in 1990. Knowledge Interchange Format (KIF) is a computer language designed to enable systems to share and re-use information from knowledge-based systems. KIF is similar to frame languages such as KL-One and LOOM but unlike such language its primary role is not intended as a framework for the expression or use of knowledge but rather for the interchange of knowledge between systems. The designers of KIF likened it to PostScript. Read more on Wikipedia...
- the Knowledge Interchange Format wikipedia page
- Knowledge Interchange Format first appeared in 1990
- See also: postscript, kqml
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Last updated June 22nd, 2020