Knowledge Handling ================== This chapter focusses on the programming interface offered to the knowledge engineer to access and modify the knowledge at inferencing time. Documentation of the original Babylon2 syntax is avoided. Please refer to the literature listed in case of using Babylon2 stylus. The organisation of this chapter is close to chapter 7 of the babylon3 documentation. 1) Presentation of SETs 2) misc. knowledge handling functions 3) slot-value manipulation (BQL uses them) 4) operations on SETs INFORMATION: Functions, which expect instances as arguments, can operate with instance names and instance objects.