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[protege-discussion] some questions about using psmtab in protege3.1

ANA TANASESCU atanasescuro at yahoo.com
Wed Jun 3 00:33:23 PDT 2009


Dear  ChangQi,
 
I have used Protege 3.3.1 with Jess 1.0. The new version of Jess doesnt work with Protege SWRL so you have to download a previous version. I think there is a trial version posted on the site by Ernest in this purpose.
www.jessrules.com

Best regards,
Ana

--- On Tue, 6/2/09, 琦常 <cqhardrocker at gmail.com> wrote:


From: 琦常 <cqhardrocker at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] some questions about using psmtab in protege3.1
To: "User support for Core Protege and the Protege-Frames editor" <protege-discussion at lists.stanford.edu>
Date: Tuesday, June 2, 2009, 12:36 PM



Dear Samson:
            I have built a prototype ontology of my domain:monitoring and diagnosis. I also built some SWRL rule of reasoning about the judgement and selection of the diagnosis algorithm. but i see it's hard to build my diagnosis algorithm with SWRL rule, for example the artificial neural network. how can i integrate the algorithm into it. can you help me and maybe give me some advice? and i want to build some agent framework of finishing the system work--monitoring and diagnosis. i read that jessagenttab is a good tool of integrating the agent template building with jess. but i follow the link in the plugin library listed and just can't get through, how can i get it any where else? and i see there's an application name jadejessprotege.jar, what the use is that? thank you very much.
 
                                                                                                                                                        ChangQi


2009/4/17 Samson Tu <swt at stanford.edu>


ontology+ P&R psm is feasible for some problems as shown by published
description of the experiments. However, without access to the existing
P & R PSM code, you have to implement the PSM yourself. The alternative
would be to develop your applications directly using rules or procedural
code. Which is better depends entirely on your goals and the extent to
which P&R fits your application problem.

Samson


琦常 wrote:
> Samson:
>           Thank you of patiently helping me. The former problem have
> been solved after I add all the 5 Jars in the run_protege_psm.sh file.
> Yes, I realized the problem that you mentioned. But how can I get the
> jess code of the psms? From your vision, the ontology+psm in protege is
> whether feasible or should I adopt another way like ontology+swrl+jess
> in protege. The reason I want the psm way is seemed convenient to me.
> Maybe there is some misunderstanding. Can you give me an advice so that
> I can take few time wondering and build my own KBS quickly.
>
>
> Chang Qi
>
>
> 2009/4/16 Samson Tu <swt at stanford.edu <mailto:swt at stanford.edu>>



>
>     琦常 wrote:
>      > Samson:
>      >              I am just a newcomer of protege. To my understand,
>     P&R PSM
>      > is a reasoning structure that have been built for solving
>     problems coded
>      > in upml. PSM can be reused in another domain with PSM and ontology
>      > mapping.
>
>     Yes.
>
>     I read that PSMtab can configure to mapping PSM and ontology I
>      > built.
>
>     Yes.
>
>     ...I read in some papers that they use PSMtab building
>      > the task structure and reasoning in jess. is this a working way?
>
>     The problem is that I don't think the P& R Jess code is included in the
>     PSM configuration tab. Unless other Protege developers know where the P
>     &R Jess code is, I don't see how the P&R PSM configuration would
>     help you.
>
>     Samson

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