Am implementation of ISO Prolog standard as Java library. We have moved to savannah: https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/gnuprologjava/
The CommGen platform is intended to be a simple, scalable integration platform for small to medium problem sets. The architecture is simple, consisting of a distributed kernel, distributed O/S, agent and application layer.
Extrospective agent program is a software agent architecture extending the well known BDI paradigm. This project is in collaboration with A&A framework by Alessandro Ricci, and Jason agent programming project by Jomi F. Hübner and Rafael H. Bordin.
Java Internet Prolog (Moved to GitHub)
N.B. THE PROJECT HAS BEEN MOVED TO GITHUB https://github.com/jiprolog/ JIProlog is a cross-platform pure Java 100% Prolog interpreter that integrates Prolog and Java languages in a very fashinating way. JIProlog is compliant with the major Prolog interpreters. It supports most of ISO Prolog specifications and the most common and used built-in predicates, JIProlog allows to call Prolog predicates from Java without dealing with native code (JNI or JNA) and allows to invoke Java methods from Prolog in the same way you call predicates.
JPIE is an implementation of an Open Source Java to Prolog/Prolog to Java interoperability mecanism based on the Java VM.
A pure java based prolog engine. This is a fork of the OpenSource Kernel Prolog from Paul Tarau (BinNet Corp.). This project was abandoned in favor of GNU Prolog for Java: http://www.gnu.org/software/gnuprologjava/
PrologTab plugin integrates a Prolog inference engine with the Protege-2000 knowledge base.
A 100% Java Warren Abstract Machine implementation.
jWAM is a 100% Java Warren Abstract Machine implementation. Currently it is still under development though all the basic functionalities (compiling, resolution) are working. As far as I know this is the only open source Java based implementation out there that does not simplify Warren's design. I have done some comparison's with other Java based Prolog engine's and jWAM does seem to outperform them all quite well (tuProlog, JLog, JIP, jTrolog). However, if you need a Java based Prolog engine for your project I recommend tuProlog and jTrolog as they are at the moment way more mature than jWAM. Most notable to-do's: - Built-in predicates. - Debugging tools. - Testing. - Documentation and commenting. - Android port. (I have the engine working with a test app but I still need to build a proper app). - Alpha release