Complex Relationships for the Semantic Web

@inproceedings{Thacker2003ComplexRF,
  title={Complex Relationships for the Semantic Web},
  author={Sanjeev Thacker and Amit P. Sheth and Shuchi Patel},
  booktitle={Spinning the Semantic Web},
  year={2003}
}
Relationships are fundamental to supporting semantics [Wie97, She96], and hence to the Semantic Web [LHL, FM01]. Till date, focus has been on simple relationships such as isa and is-part-of, as in DAML/OIL [Ont]. In this work, we adapt our earlier work on MREF [SS98] to develop a framework for supporting complex relationships. A framework to manage complex relationships as discussed here becomes the basis for knowledge discovery from the information interlinked by the Semantic Web. 

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