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hekate:hekate_process [2009/11/24 10:29]
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hekate:hekate_process [2019/06/27 15:49] (current)
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   * Output: reports?   * Output: reports?
   * Remarks: ​   * Remarks: ​
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 ===== Physical Design ===== ===== Physical Design =====
 The executable design generation. The executable design generation.
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   * Files: ​   * Files: ​
     * FIXME, at least basic input callbacks     * FIXME, at least basic input callbacks
 +  * To launch: <​code>​gox(<​state>,​ [<​tables>​],​ <​inference process>​).</​code>​ e.g. <​code>​gox(init,​ ['​Table2',​ '​Table3'​],​ ddi).</​code>​
   * Output: Trajectories projections. Trajectory is the system inference path. After every inference process invocation new trajectory is generated. The trajectory can be identified by ID, to obtain ID of recently generated trajectory use //​traj_id(ID)//​ predicate. The ID variable will be unified with an ID of the last trajectory. To save trajectory projection to a file use //​io_export_trajectory(Filename,​ TrajID)// predicate. If you want to save most recent trajectory type this in Prolog console: <​code>​ traj_id(ID),​io_export_trajectory('​file.txt',​ ID).</​code>​   * Output: Trajectories projections. Trajectory is the system inference path. After every inference process invocation new trajectory is generated. The trajectory can be identified by ID, to obtain ID of recently generated trajectory use //​traj_id(ID)//​ predicate. The ID variable will be unified with an ID of the last trajectory. To save trajectory projection to a file use //​io_export_trajectory(Filename,​ TrajID)// predicate. If you want to save most recent trajectory type this in Prolog console: <​code>​ traj_id(ID),​io_export_trajectory('​file.txt',​ ID).</​code>​
   * Remarks: FIXME   * Remarks: FIXME
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 ====== Case Template ====== ====== Case Template ======
 See [[:​hekates:​cases:​hekate_case_skel:​start|skeleton case]] See [[:​hekates:​cases:​hekate_case_skel:​start|skeleton case]]
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