In the file jtpinterface.jar, we make available an extension for NetLogo which interfaces to the JTP reasoner. It may require NetLogo with Java 7 (but should work with NetLogo with bundled Java 6 – if there are problems, use NetLogo with no bundled Java VM instead). All software is copyright © Anthony H. Dekker, 2013, but the current version may be freely used (under the GNU GPL) as long as it is properly attributed.
Place the jtpinterface.jar file and the jtp.jar and antlr.jar files from JTP in a folder called “jtpinterface” in your NetLogo extensions folder, and put
extensions [jtpinterface] at the top of your NetLogo code.
The extension currently provides the following functions:
jtpinterface:about — reports software version number
jtpinterface:prove assumptions query — calls the reasoner, attempting to prove
Queries are strings in KIF format, and assumptions are lists of such strings. The result is either
[false] (if proving fails) or a list with
true followed by variable/value pairs (if proving succeeds). For example:
jtpinterface:prove ["(age fred 42.5)" "(age peter 50)"] "(age fred ?x)" returns
[true ["x" 42.5]]
jtpinterface:prove ["(age fred 42.5)" "(age peter 50)"] "(age ?x ?y)" returns
[true ["y" 50] ["x" "peter"]]
jtpinterface:prove ["(forall ?x (age fred ?x))"] "(age ?y 42)" returns
[true ["y" "fred"]]
jtpinterface:prove ["(forall ?x (age fred ?x))"] "(age fred 42)" returns
jtpinterface:prove ["(age fred 42)"] "(age fred 43)" returns
This page maintained by Anthony Dekker: last updated 05 Mar 2013.