#4 What is AIML?

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  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    What is AIML?

     
  • Nobody/Anonymous

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    The ALICE software implements AIML (Artificial Intelligence
    Markup
    Language) a non-standard evolving markup language for creating
    chat robots. The primary design feature of AIML is minimalism.
    Compared with other chat robot languages, AIML is perhaps the
    simplest. The pattern matching language is very simple, for
    example permitting only one wild-card ('*') match character per
    pattern.

    AIML is an XML language, implying that it obeys certain
    grammatical
    meta-rules. The choice of XML syntax permits integration with
    other tools such as XML editors. Another motivation for XML is
    its familiar look and feel, especially to people with HTML
    experience.

    An AIML chat robot begins and ends with the <alice> and
    </alice> tags respectively.

     
  • Dr. Richard S. Wallace

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