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  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    Thank you everyone for the replies. I think from the suggestions I have enough reading to do for the rest of the year and then some! I will definitely be looking at the nORMa meta model and I will look at some of the papers on the brcommunity site. While my current "rule engine" project isn't...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by JParrish on Tue, Jun 10 2008
  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    Thanks for the additional information Ken. Victor.. I can’t race you.. my finish line keeps moving all over the place! ;) The subject is overwhelming. I am moving along I think with some limited knowledge.. I have a question relating to binary predicates and sets for anyone willing to entertain it. My...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by JParrish on Mon, Jun 9 2008
  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    John, You will find many well written discussions on logic and its history in Encyclopaedia Britannica DVD. Whilst no source has the whole story, the Encyclopaedia Britannica has an excellent article on formal logic that is peppered with hyperlinks to related subjects. For example on reading the "formal...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by Ken Evans on Sun, Jun 8 2008
  • Re: ORM for a WFF?

    Hi JP, There's a text book I found that's accessible and pretty comprehensive - though you may find it light on FOL. My preference is for readablity; this is better in that way than others I've seen. I don't take in symbolic expression as well as many here - don't think in those terms...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by Brian Nalewajek on Sat, Jun 7 2008
  • ORM for a WFF?

    I wasn't sure which forum would be best to post this in. I am teaching myself about formal logic.. with the catalyst being that I am creating a "Rule Engine" of sorts.. I want to approach defining a "rule" as a well formed formula.. hoping to create a relational schema to store...
    Posted to Philosophy (Forum) by JParrish on Fri, Jun 6 2008
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