Energy-Efficiency of OWL Reasoners - Frequency Matters

@inproceedings{Koopmann2017EnergyEfficiencyOO,
  title={Energy-Efficiency of OWL Reasoners - Frequency Matters},
  author={Patrick Koopmann and Marcus H{\"a}hnel and Anni-Yasmin Turhan},
  booktitle={JIST},
  year={2017}
}
While running times of ontology reasoners have been studied extensively, studies on energy-consumption of reasoning are scarce, and the energy-efficiency of ontology reasoning is not fully understood yet. Earlier empirical studies on the energy-consumption of ontology reasoners focused on reasoning on smart phones and used measurement methods prone to noise and side-effects. This paper presents an evaluation of the energy-efficiency of five state-of-the-art OWL reasoners on an ARM single-board… 
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