Hi I've recently received an inquiry regarding this outdated thread,
Given the focus I'm currently turning on my development, see my googlecode
(there is not really much there by
the way) you'll see I'm trying to build an underlying framework for BI
(Business Intelligence) platforms. My goals are to be able to receive data
from any data source, translate it to triples (as much as I can see, any
kind of data source is feasible to be translated into triples: relational,
NoSQL, XML, etc). Then, given that input triples, infer as much meta data
as possible, for example, infer types/classes without any schema
information and then build a meta model with this translate-able model to
other output models or endpoints.
The idea of MDAfy is still fascinating. Maybe, I'm not sure, this could
work with Drools in this way: My model has a set of predefined entities
which represents semantic / semiotic relationship. Having a set of
'predefined' rules in Drools for each kind of entity for which the meta
model provides 'executable' instances, for me sounds like some kind of meta
programming that could be done. Drools could be the engine and the meta
model and input data could be kind of script. I'm really not sure if
something like this could be done, I'm just thinking out loud.
On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 5:54 AM, cognescent <cognescent(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Maybe I'm a little outdated with this thread. I'm currently developing with
found this thread fascinating.
I really like the idea of using an MDA overlay layer on top of which PSM
generated, and I've found myself trying to do the same regarding facts of
coming from an ontology in kind of semantic repository for translating them
them into Guvnor.
I will be pleased if you let me know if there was some advance regarding
semantics into Drools. My current efforts are actually going to Business
semantics and think rules engine will really help.
Something is actually available (concept drafts) at docs sections in
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