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       Ns2 project in Brisbane but one cannot determine apriori what a metarule programmer might actually specify . Object level rule ns2 project in Brisbane matching may be lazy, as in nLEAPS, or eager as in PARULEL and SOAR. In the case of lazy evaluation, one would expect the matcher to produce the instances that would be ns2 project in Brisbane fired after metarule redactions without generating the instances that would be redacted.

     However, this is im-practical, since for an instance to be redacted, it must be matched and ns2 project in brisbane bound in the LHS of a metarule and participate in conditional expressions between other rule instances. Indeed, a single instance may participate in many different ns2 project in Brisbane metarules and thus may be matched against a number of instances generated by different object-level rules. This implies that the “redactable instances” must be generated and ns2 project in Brisbane tested in the LHS of the metarule along with other rule instances.

    Thus, lazy evaluation is not an appropriate evaluation strategy since it seeks to generate only one instance at a time. Furthermore, for languages with set-oriented semantics, lazy ns2 project in Brisbane evaluation would necessarily require repeated invocation to generate a stream of instances to saturation before proceeding to fire those instances, lazy evaluation would be a ns2 project in Brisbane step in the most inner loop of an eager evaluation computation. Thus, it is difficult to see how lazy matching can be folded into the object level match phase, or ns2 project in Brisbane whether it is desirable at all. The metarule matching method that one adopts is influenced by the considerations cited above. In the rest of this paper, we ns2 project in Brisbane attempt to enumerate specific feasible techniques and briefly outline their characteristics.