|Developers||Malte Gabsdil, Kristina Striegnitz, Alexander Koller|
|Notes||Note that this interpreter cannot simply be downloaded and run to play game files.|
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FrOz is a proof-of-concept IF interpreter that works with description logic. The interesting part is the input side, though its idea of having no canned text at all above the word level to output is intriguing as well.
Froz was developed by Prof. Alexander Koller, Malte Gabsdil, and Kristina Striegnitz. The name pays homage to Frotz ('z' is pronounced 'ts' in German), and refers to the system being written in the Oz language.
- FrOz home page (dead link 🔍).
- Alexander Koller's home page (dead link 🔍). Professor of Theoretical Computational Linguistics.
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