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As you say, relational databases are designed for, essentially, answering queries. Rete, I would rather say, is designed for the specific task of materialized view maintenance (i.e., keeping updated the results of a query, once new changes to the data are applied). Of course, you can answer queries by building a materialized view of them, and this is why SQL ...


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The code in Listing 1 represents my attempt to test the claim. I have simplified the classes, while retaining that ability to test the original claim, which is repeated here: The Haskell code given so far is complete and type checked, explaining the entire refined concept hierarchies. With instantiations for types of boathouses and houseboats, values can be ...


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