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Real-World Reasoning with OWL
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This paper tries to provide some insights into currently available reasoning approaches and aims at identifying requirements to make future benchmarks more useful for application developers. Expand
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DIG 2.0 -- Towards a Flexible Interface for Description Logic Reasoners
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The DIG Interface provides an implementation-neutral mechanism for accessing Description Logic reasoner functionality. Expand
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What ’ s Wrong with OWL Benchmarks ?
This paper is motivated by experiences in course of developing an ontology-based application within a real-world setting. When comparing these experiences with results of well-known benchmarks weExpand
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Storing and Querying Ontologies in Logic Databases
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The intersection of Description Logic inspired ontology languages with Logic Programs has been analyzed in [GHV D03]. Expand
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Context-Aware Processing of Ontologies in Mobile Environments
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This paper describes the ideas, open issues and the aims of a new research project, called MobileOntoDB. Expand
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Efficient Processing of Huge Ontologies in Logic and Relational Databases
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In this paper we present an efficient technique for representing and reasoning with ontologies in databases. Expand
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U 2 R 2 – The Ulm University Relational Reasoner : System Description
This is a system description of the Ulm University Relational Reasoner (U2R2). The system merges rule based DL reasoning with technologies from relational database management systems. U2R2 implementsExpand
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Verarbeitung von Ontologien in mobilen Umgebungen
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Mobile Informationssysteme konnen erheblich von Ontologien profitieren, indem zuvor zusammenhanglose Fakten fur den Anwender in Beziehung gebracht werden. Expand
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Interactive Exploration of the Movie DB on a Semantical Level
The IMDb can be seen as an ontology made of a schema and a huge network of individuals. This allows to reason about movie data and to define filters in terms of declarative descriptions. We believeExpand
DIG 2.0 Reference Middleware
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The DIG interface defines a protocol for the communication of Description Logic (DL) applications. Expand