[EulerGUI 1.11 2012-08]
- EulerGUI Minimal
- project file in N3, OWL compatible: passes many tests but not yet the default format
- add selected URI to project from editor
- open selected URI in web browser from editor
- fuzzy logic
- typing enter in field for Euler and CWM arguments launches the inference engine
- Warning for divergent duplicate URI Prefixes
- minimal size enforced for main window
- table component dynamically populated from the Drools/N3 KB
- new facade for rule-based applications : RuleBasedApplicationStarter
- wrap Jena TDB as an ItripleStore
- N3 RETE Drools inference engine: static Java method call
- library upgrades : Euler 2012-08, Drools 5.5.0.SNAPSHOT, Jena 2.70.incubating, OWL API 3.3.0
- documentation: separe Framework and GUI; development of EulerGUI itself in another page
- N3 formatting of literals : """
- reading OWL/XML ( using OWL API )
Full CHANGELOG: http://eulergui.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/eulergui/trunk/eulergui/CHANGELOG
User Manual for the Maximal (full) EulerGUI:
EulerGUI Minimal 1.11
This is the first release of the Minimal EulerGUI.
It has exactly the same licence as Maximal (full) EulerGUI, that is LGPL. It is just a simpler version for Semantic Web users, who are not interested in importing UML, XMI, XML, and Java framework for application building.
Only one inference engine is available: Euler EYE engine ( http://eulersharp.sourceforge.net/ ).
- N3 editor: syntax coloring, tooltip with explanations about the resource under the mouse; HTTP connection to prefix.cc site for filling missing N3 prefixes; when an N3 file is modified on disk or Internet, it is re-parsed, and syntax errors are highlighted
- button to import from: N3/Turtle, RDF, OWL/XML, SPARQL, from local files or URL
- show tree view of OWL inferred class hierarchy using Pellet OWL reasoner
- action to add all refered ontologies (through N3 prefixes) to current project
- automatically loads the rule base for "Case Based Fuzzy Cognitive Maps" when the prefix fl: is referred ( for
Sorry for the large size, soon we need to remove more unnecessary dependencies.