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In the Semantic Web context, OWL ontologies represent the conceptualization of domains of interest while the corresponding assertional knowledge is given by the heterogeneous Web resources referring to them. Being strongly decoupled, ontologies and assertion can be out-of-sync. An ontology can be incomplete, noisy and sometimes inconsistent with regard to(More)
In the Semantic Web context, OWL ontologies represent the conceptualization of domains of interest while the corresponding assertional knowledge is given by RDF data referring to them. Because of its open, distributed, and collaborative nature, such knowledge can be incomplete, noisy, and sometimes inconsistent. By exploiting the evidence coming from the(More)
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