Explaining ALC Subsumption

@inproceedings{Borgida1999ExplainingAS,
  title={Explaining ALC Subsumption},
  author={Alexander Borgida and Enrico Franconi and Ian Horrocks},
  booktitle={ECAI},
  year={1999}
}
The usability of Description Logic (DL) based knowledge representation systems would be considerably enhanced by the ability to explain subsumption inferences to nonsophisticated users [McGuinness, 1996]. Explanation is relatively natural for systems based on structural subsumption algorithms [McGuinness and Borgida, 1995], but such algorithms are unable to deal with a more complex language such as ALC. Tableaux based systems, on the other hand, can deal with ALC (and much more complex… CONTINUE READING
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