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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Production systems are declarative, in that they do not explicitly specify the control flow. Yet, the concept of a production system does not include the definition of a given control strategy. The control between rules in a production rule program is, in practice, defined by each implementation of a production rule engine. Engines have traditionally been implemented using the Rete algorithm. Since the turn of the century, however, production systems have evolved into industrial products knowndoi:10.1007/978-3-642-32689-9_5 fatcat:cpohaqebozdpbdmcotkbscfp7a