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The management of business processes has recently received a lot of attention. One of the most interesting problems is the description of a process model in a language that allows the checking of the compliance of a process execution (or trace) to the model. In this paper we propose a language for the representation of process models that is inspired to the… (More)

- Fabrizio Riguzzi, Theresa Swift
- TPLP
- 2011

Many real world domains require the representation of a measure of uncertainty. The most common such representation is probability, and the combination of probability with logic programs has given rise to the field of Probabilistic Logic Programming (PLP), leading to languages such as the Independent Choice Logic, Logic Programs with Annotated Disjunc-tions… (More)

- Fabrizio Riguzzi, Elena Bellodi, Evelina Lamma, Riccardo Zese
- Semantic Web
- 2015

Representing uncertain information is crucial for modeling real world domains. In this paper we present a technique for the integration of probabilistic information in Description Logics (DLs) that is based on the distribution semantics for probabilistic logic programs. In the resulting approach, that we called DISPONTE, the axioms of a probabilistic… (More)

In this work we propose an approach for the automatic discovery of logic-based models starting from a set of process execution traces. The approach is based on a modified Inductive Logic Programming algorithm, capable of learning a set of declarative rules. The advantage of using a declarative description is twofold. First, the process is represented in an… (More)

- Evelina Lamma, Fabrizio Riguzzi, Luís Moniz Pereira
- Machine Learning
- 2000

We discuss the adoption of a three-valued setting for inductive concept learning. Distinguishing between what is true, what is false and what is unknown can be useful in situations where decisions have to be taken on the basis of scarce, ambiguous, or downright contradictory information. In a three-valued setting, we learn a definition for both the target… (More)

- Antonis C. Kakas, Fabrizio Riguzzi
- New Generation Computing
- 2000

We investigate how abduction and induction can be integrated into a common learning framework. In particular, we consider an extension of Inductive Logic Programming (ILP) for the case in which both the background and the target theories are abductive logic programs and where an abductive notion of entailment is used as the basic coverage relation for… (More)

- Fabrizio Riguzzi, Theresa Swift
- TPLP
- 2013

The distribution semantics is one of the most prominent approaches for the combination of logic programming and probability theory. When a program contains functions symbols, the distribution semantics is well-defined only if the set of explanations for a query is finite and so is each explanation. Well-definedness is usually either explicitly imposed or is… (More)

- Fabrizio Riguzzi, Elena Bellodi, Evelina Lamma, Riccardo Zese
- URSW
- 2012

We present DISPONTE, a semantics for probabilistic on-tologies that is based on the distribution semantics for probabilistic logic programs. In DISPONTE the axioms of a probabilistic ontology can be annotated with an epistemic or a statistical probability. The epistemic probability represents a degree of confidence in the axiom, while the statistical… (More)

- Fabrizio Riguzzi, Theresa Swift
- ICLP
- 2010

The paper presents the algorithm " Probabilistic Inference with Tabling and Answer subsumption " (PITA) for computing the probability of queries from Logic Programs with Annotated Disjunctions. PITA is based on a program transformation techniques that adds an extra argument to every atom. PITA uses tabling for saving intermediate results and answer… (More)

- Fabrizio Riguzzi
- ILP
- 2004

Logic Programs with Annotated Disjunctions (LPADs) provide a simple and elegant framework for integrating probabilistic reasoning and logic programming. In this paper we propose an algorithm for learning LPADs. The learning problem we consider consists in starting from a sets of interpretations annotated with their probability and finding one (or more) LPAD… (More)