C Language Integrated Production System

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C Language Integrated Production System definition

(CLIPS) A language produced by Gary Riley of NASA JSC in Houston, Texas, for developing expert systems, with the inferencing and representation capabilities of OPS5 and support for forward chaining rule-based, object-oriented and procedural programming. CLIPS has a Lisp-like syntax. It is available for MS-DOS and comes with source code in C.
COSMIC, U Georgia, (404) 542-3265. Austin Code Works info@acw.com (512) 258-0785.
Versions include CLIPS 5.1, CLIPS/Ada 4.3 and CLIPS6.0 (see PCLIPS).
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Telnet: cosmic.uga.edu, user: cosline.
U. Michigan (ftp://earth.rs.itd.umich.edu/mac.bin/etc/compsci/Clips/), ENSMP, France (ftp://ftp.ensmp.fr/pub/clips/).
["Expert Systems: Principles and Programming", Joseph Giarratano and Gary Riley, PWS Publ 1994, ISBN 0-534-93744-6].
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