Rule Interchange Format: The Framework

@inproceedings{Kifer2008RuleIF,
  title={Rule Interchange Format: The Framework},
  author={M. Kifer},
  booktitle={RuleML},
  year={2008}
}
  • M. Kifer
  • Published in RuleML 2008
  • Computer Science
The Rule Interchange Format (RIF) activity within the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) aims to develop a standard for exchanging rules among disparate systems, especially on the Semantic Web. The need for rule-based information processing on the Web has been felt ever since RDF was introduced in the late 90's. As ontology development picked up pace this decade and as the limitations of OWL became apparent, rules were firmly put back on the agenda. RIF is therefore a major opportunity for the… Expand
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