TAME is The Adaptive Metalanguage, a programming language and system of tools designed to aid in the development; understanding; and maintenance of systems performing numerous calculations on a complex graph of dependencies; conditions; and a large number of inputs.
This system was developed at Ryan Specialty Group2 to handle the complexity of comparative insurance rating systems. It is a domain-specific language (DSL) that itself encourages, through the use of templates, the creation of sub-DSLs. TAME itself is at heart a calculator—processing only numerical input and output—driven by quantifiers as predicates. Calculations and quantifiers are written declaratively without concern for order of execution.
The system has powerful dependency resolution and data flow capabilities.
|• Getting Started:||Getting started from a source repository checkout.|
|• Manual Compilation:||How to compile a source file by hand.|
|• Compiling With Make:||Using the Makefile (recommended).|