Clara is a forward-chaining rules engine written in Clojure with Java interoperability. It aims to simplify code with a developer-centric approach to expert systems. See clara-rules.org for more.
Here's a simple example. Complete documentation is at clara-rules.org.
(ns clara.support-example (:require [clara.rules :refer :all])) (defrecord SupportRequest [client level]) (defrecord ClientRepresentative [name client]) (defrule is-important "Find important support requests." [SupportRequest (= :high level)] => (println "High support requested!")) (defrule notify-client-rep "Find the client representative and send a notification of a support request." [SupportRequest (= ?client client)] [ClientRepresentative (= ?client client) (= ?name name)] ; Join via the ?client binding. => (println "Notify" ?name "that" ?client "has a new support request!")) ;; Run the rules! We can just use Clojure's threading macro to wire things up. (-> (mk-session) (insert (->ClientRepresentative "Alice" "Acme") (->SupportRequest "Acme" :high)) (fire-rules)) ;;;; Prints this: ;; High support requested! ;; Notify Alice that Acme has a new support request!
Clara is built, tested, and deployed using Leiningen.
Clara releases are on Clojars. Simply add the following to your project:
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