A Generic Module System for Web Rule Languages: Divide and Rule

  title={A Generic Module System for Web Rule Languages: Divide and Rule},
  author={Uwe A\ssmann and Sacha Berger and François Bry and Tim Furche and Jakob Henriksson and Paula-Lavinia Patranjan},
An essential feature in practically usable programming languages is the ability to encapsulate functionality in reusable modules. Modules make large scale projects tractable by humans. For Web and Semantic Web programming, many rule-based languages, e.g. XSLT, CSS, Xcerpt, SWRL, SPARQL, and RIF Core, have evolved or are currently evolving. Rules are easy to comprehend and specify, even for non-technical users, e.g. business managers, hence easing the contributions to the Web. Unfortunately… CONTINUE READING
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