2nd Edition of the RIF Recommendation published

W3C published the Second Edition of the Rule Interchange Format (RIF). RIF was developed through a joint effort of members of the Business Rules, Semantic Web, and Logic Programming communities. It allows rules systems to be connected together for highly-structured knowledge to be accurately exchanged as explained in RIF Use Cases and Requirements. The Second Edition includes editorial improvements and a number of small corrections to the original specification, along with a new RIF Primer.

The six new standards are:

Along with these standards, the RIF Working Group published today six related documents: RIF Overview (Second Edition),RIF Use Cases and Requirements (Second Edition)RIF Test Cases (Second Edition)OWL 2 RL in RIF (Second Edition)RIF Combination with XML data (Second Edition), and RIF In RDF (Second Edition).

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