Attempto Controlled English

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From Latin Latin attemptō (I dare), a motto associated with the University of Tübingen, Germany, at which Norbert E. Fuchs (who began the language project) had studied.

Proper noun[edit]

Attempto Controlled English

  1. A subset of English with restricted syntax and semantics described by a small set of formal rules, suitable for knowledge representation and specification or as a query language.
    Synonym: (initialism) ACE