SIML Bot originally was designed to deal with different permutations of user inputs that pointed towards user intentions by establishing a pattern based decision tree but over the course of time it has taken the shape of an interface for bot knowledge representation (SIML Modern) in OSCOVA.
The framework is now being used by dozens of corporate entities to build solutions without heavy dependencies on cloud subscriptions. Being an enterprise implementation more focus has been kept on Framework development rather than scientific papers as the entire specification is governed by a team of researchers working on the Syn Bot Framework.
Being one of the lead designer and researcher behind SIML language specification I did personally publish some technical information a couple of years ago in my blog but unfortunately, due to multiple migrations, I couldn't keep static copies of them.
So, at the moment you may do well in just outlining the language specification from your point of view giving it a personal touch of your understanding.
I did help a couple of PhD students in writing their thesis in regards with SIML but I refrained from getting involved too much due to my time limitations. If you have already pulled out something on your own and would require my approval or insights I would be glad to help you out.
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