The DARPA Agent Markup Language Homepage

The DARPA Agent Markup Language (DAML) Program officially began in August 2000. The goal of the DAML effort is to develop a language and tools to facilitate the concept of the Semantic Web. Michael Pagels is the DARPA Program Manager for DAML. The DAML program will end in early 2006.

Why Use DAML?

A set of Roadmaps have been tailored for different user communities to help them access and use the contents of this site more efficiently. The Roadmaps should be particularly useful for new visitors to the DAML web site.

Site LinksRecent Announcements

2006-01-13: Michael Pagels has been named to succeed Bob Popp as DAML Program Manager.

2005-11-07: W3C has announced the creation of the Rule Interchange Format (RIF) Working Group.

2005-09-09: The Semantic Web Services Framework has been acknowledged as a Member Submission by W3C.

2005-05-27: Bob Popp has been named to succeed Mark Greaves as DAML Program Manager.

2005-04-19: Briefings presented at the Semantic Web Applications for National Security (SWANS) conference are now available.

2005-04-11: SWRL FOL has been acknowledged as a Member Submission by W3C.

... all announcements

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