I followed the instructions given and didn't have any problems getting OpenCyc v. 1.02 to run on a Windows OS.
I was a bit dismayed, however, to find that there seemed to be quite a few "junk" constants that were included in OpenCyc that were not connected to anything. E.g. #$LucyVanPelt and #$LinusVanPelt even though Snoopy, TheRedHeadGirl and CharlieBrown were given a few attributes and were in microtheories.
Has anyone made a CYC interrogator to find out what is in the Knowledge Base and locate "junk" constants that are in the Knowledge Base but are not connected to anything?
I used CLISP from the LISP-in-a-box implementation of PRACTICAL COMMON LISP and a lisp program from Anuroopa Shenoy's CSE 663 Term Project of Dec. 19, 2002 to connect to OpenCyc and got it to work o.k. returning 200's and 500's.
I would like to learn about work being done with OpenCyc, Lisp and SubL.
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