A Unified Framework for Class-Based Representation Formalisms

@inproceedings{Calvanese1994AUF,
  title={A Unified Framework for Class-Based Representation Formalisms},
  author={Diego Calvanese and Maurizio Lenzerini and Daniele Nardi},
  booktitle={KR},
  year={1994}
}
The notion of class is ubiquitous in Computer Science and is central in many knowledge representation languages. In this paper we propose a representation formalism in the style of concept languages, with the aim of providing a unified framework for classbased formalisms. The language we consider is quite expressive and features a novel combination of constructs including number restrictions, inverse roles and inclusion assertions with no restrictions on cycles. We are able to show that such… CONTINUE READING

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