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[protege-owl] can I run SWRL rules without JESS somehow?

Samson Tu swt at stanford.edu
Fri Sep 15 09:22:59 PDT 2006


Timothy Redmond wrote:
> 
> On Sep 14, 2006, at 9:01 PM, Paulw wrote:
> 
>> The jess rule engine can be implemented without cost into the protege 
>> environment and applied using the SWRL tab.  Im not sure why this 
>> hasnt come up.  I have added the SWRL tab as well as JESS without 
>> spending a dime.
>> Paul
> 
> This depends on who are are and why you want to use it.  There is a 
> license required on http://www.jessrules.com/jess/download.shtml.  I 
> think that many companies try Jess out for evaluation (not clear this is 
> strictly ok though) but if they are really going to use it they need to pay.
> 

The Jess website allows downloading and use of an evaluation copy of 
Jess that expires within a fixed period of time. For long-term usage, a 
Jess license is free for academic and non-profit institutions, but not 
for commercial companies.

Samson
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