IntelliCorp (software)

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IntelliCorp
IndustrySoftware
FoundedMenlo Park, California (1980)
HeadquartersSan Jose, California, US
ProductsLiveCompare, LiveModel and LiveInterface; legacy products= PowerModel (Kappa), LiveModel (Object Management Workbench), Kappa-PC and KEE
Footnotes / references
Founders (Douglas Brutlag, Peter Friedland, Edward Feigenbaum)

IntelliCorp (IC) sold its assets including LiveCompare, LiveModel and LiveInterface to Tricentis in May 2019.

History[edit]

Founded in 1980, IC marketed an early expert system environment (Knowledge Engineering Environment – KEE)[1] for development and deployment of knowledge systems on the Lisp machines that had several advanced features, such as truth maintenance. KEE used the backward-chaining method of Mycin which had been developed at Stanford. While moving KEE functionality[2] to the PC, IC created one of the early object-oriented technologies for commercial programming development environments (LiveModel).

The company was also one of the UML Partners, a consortium which helped develop the standards for UML, the Unified Modeling Language.[3][4]

In May 2019, IC completed the sale of its assets including LiveCompare, LiveModel and LiveInterface to Tricentis.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Knowledge Engineering Environment (KEE) Archived 2007-09-19 at the Wayback Machine Encyclopedia of Computer Languages
  2. ^ Teaching object-oriented programming with the KEE system
  3. ^ "History of UML". Archived from the original on 2009-02-26. Retrieved 2020-01-24.
  4. ^ UML FAQ