knowledge representation

Prolog and the Price of Peace

Introducing the Prolog programming language through Quark's explanation for using the Third Rule of Acquisition to acquire peace at the lowest price.

Aesopica, Part 4: Basic Conversion to Other Formats

A way to represent Linked Data using Clojure, with an example based on Aesop's stories, Part 4: Basic Conversion to Other Formats.

Aesopica, Part 3: Named Graphs

A way to represent Linked Data using Clojure, with an example based on Aesop's stories. Part 3: Named Graphs.

Aesopica, Part 2: Literal Values

A way to represent Linked Data using Clojure, with an example based on Aesop's stories, Part 2: Literal Values.

Aesopica, Part 1: General Introduction

A way to represent Linked Data using Clojure, with an example based on Aesop's stories, Part 1: General Introduction.

Excavating a Common Treasure

Discovering the benefits of Common Lisp by figuring out what can one dig up.

Spec-stacular Spider-Man

An introduction to the clojure.spec specification library with Spider-Man and Clojure.

Data Interlinked

A Linked Data introduction with Blade Runner 2049.

The Trouble with Triples

A brief peek into some issues in knowledge presentation and reasoning.

Introduction

A bit of an introduction.