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EMA-XPS is a hybrid graphic expert system shell based on the
ASCII-oriented shell Babylon 2.3 of the German National Research
Center for Computer Sciences (GMD). In addition to Babylon's AI-power
(object oriented data representation, forward and backward chained
rules - collectable into sets, horn clauses, and constraint networks)
a graphic interface based on the X11 Window System and the OSF/Motif
Widget Library has been provided.
Current Version: 2.1.4
License Type: GPL, http://wmwap1.math.uni-wuppertal.de/EMA-XPS/FTP/COPYRIGHT
Source Code Availability: Yes
Available Binary Packages:
- Debian Package: No
- RedHat RPM Package: No
- Other Packages: Yes (from Home Site)
Tested on Linux/SunOS/IRIX/HP-UX.
The software has been designed to run on UNIX-Workstations offering OSF/Motif
(BSD and SysV derivatives).
It additionally should run with any CommonLISP-Interpreter.
In fact it has been tested with AllegroCL and CLISP LISP-Interpresters.
i486DX2/16MB-Ram/high resolution accelerated graphics.
When compile from source, Linux requires a developer version
of OSF/Motif to compile successfully!
http://nathan.gmd.de/projects/babylon.html (Babylon -- interface engine)
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