An Empirical Analysis of Optimization Techniques for Terminological Representation Systems, or Making KRIS Get a Move On

Abstract

We consider diierent methods of optimizing the classiication process of terminological representation systems, and evaluate their eeect on three diierent types of test data. Though these techniques can probably be found in many existing systems, until now there has been no coherent description of these techniques and their impact on the performance of a system. One goal of this paper is to make such a description available for future implementors of terminological systems. Building the optimizations that came oo best into the kris system greatly enhanced its eeciency. This is a revised and extended version of a paper presented at the 3rd International Confe

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@inproceedings{Baader1992AnEA, title={An Empirical Analysis of Optimization Techniques for Terminological Representation Systems, or Making KRIS Get a Move On}, author={Franz Baader and Bernhard Hollunder and Bernhard Nebel and Hans-J{\"{u}rgen Profitlich and Enrico Franconi}, booktitle={KR}, year={1992} }