DL-Lite: Practical Reasoning for Rich Dls


In this paper we study a DL rich enough to express UML class diagrams including ISA and disjointness between classes (but not covering constraints), typing of associations, and participation and functional cardinality constraints. For such a DL, which we call DL-Lite, we propose novel reasoning techniques for a variety of tasks, notably including query… (More)



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