ReGraph - Tool for building graph-based hierarchical knowledge representation systems

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A graph rewriting library. Documentation is available at http://dev.executableknowledge.org/ReGraph. The ReGraph Python library is a generic framework for modelling graph-based systems. In this context models are viewed as graphs and graph transformations - as a tool to describe both the system evolution and the model evolution read more about the approach.

http://dev.executableknowledge.org/ReGraph/
https://github.com/Kappa-Dev/ReGraph

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