Approximate OWL-Reasoning with Screech

  title={Approximate OWL-Reasoning with Screech},
  author={Tuvshintur Tserendorj and Sebastian Rudolph and Markus Kr{\"o}tzsch and Pascal Hitzler},
With the increasing interest in expressive ontologies for the Semantic Web, it is critical to develop scalable and efficient ontology reasoning techniques that can properly cope with very high data volumes. For certain application domains, approximate reasoning solutions, which trade soundness or completeness for inctreased reasoning speed, will help to deal with the high computational complexities which state of the art ontology reasoning tools have to face. In this paper, we present a… CONTINUE READING
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