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RIF Use Cases and Requirements
- Allen Ginsberg (Mitre)
- David Hirtle (National Research Council Canada)
- Paula-Lavinia Patranjan (REWERSE)
Frank McCabe (Fujitsu)
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The Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group seeks public feedback on this draft. Please send your comments to email@example.com (public archive). If possible, please offer specific changes to the text which will address your concern.
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This document, developed by the Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group, specifies use cases and requirements for a format that allows rules to be translated between rule languages and thus transferred between rule systems.
The Phase 1 version of this document presents use cases for RIF in general, but requirements primarily for Phase 1. The Phase 1 deliverables will provide an extensible base with which the use cases can be addressed, but it will not be until Phase 2 that most of these use cases are directly addressed by the Working Group.
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Issues to be considered are maintained at Document issues.
These links are relevant to the UCR but are not targetted for inclusion in the next Public Working Draft.