Loom is a knowledge base created in 1987. Loom is a language and environment for constructing intelligent applications. The heart of Loom is a knowledge representation system that is used to provide deductive support for the declarative portion of the Loom language. Declarative knowledge in Loom consists of definitions, rules, facts, and default rules. A deductive engine called a classifier utilizes forward-chaining, semantic unification and object-oriented truth maintainance technologies in order to compile the declarative knowledge into a network designed to efficiently support on-line deductive query processing.
- the Loom website
- Loom first appeared in 1987
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Example code from the web:
(defconcept air-base :is-primitive (and military-installation (exactly 1 name) (at-least 1 runway-length)))
Last updated February 18th, 2020