Latest Version: jkp1.0
Last Updated: March 7, 1997
When a KIF sentence is parsed with jkp, the result is a Java Kif object, which is an internal represention of the sentence. This internal representation reveals the logical structure of the corresponding sentence and is ready for further manipulation, for example, converting to another logical language and then feeding it to the corresponding inference engine. If someone wants to write a inference engine for KIF, that would be better. This version of jkp has been experimentally integrated with the UMBC CIIMPLEX project demonstration, and works just fine.
The parser is developed with the help of JB (Java Bison Parser Runtime) and FLEX (Fast Lexical Analyzer Generator). To run the parser, you need the jbf package from JB. I have included a copy of the jbf package in the tar file.
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Download the jkp package(It's free).
Here is the README , or
View the class document.
For more info/ suggestions/ bug report, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org