ubiCMS – A Prolog Based Content Management System

  • Oskar Bartenstein
Part of the Lecture Notes in Computer Science book series (LNCS, volume 4369)


ubiCMS is a commercial internet based CMS application service built around a collection of best practice templates. ubiCMS implements best practice templates, e.g. for XHTML rendering, ease-of-use, browser compatibility, compliance with legal requirements in MINERVA and *.MSS. To maintain best practice templates over time and over evolving standards is a knowledge management task. The paper explains ubiCMS and the importance of knowledge management in CMS both for the application and implementation. It details some advantages of using Prolog for open ended content management and briefly introduces applications, including an application with custom extensions.


Business Logic Site Policy Commercial Internet Legal Expert System Local Search Engine 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Oskar Bartenstein
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  1. 1.IF Computer JapanTokyoJapan

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