Finding Explanations of Inconsistency in Multi-Context Systems

  title={Finding Explanations of Inconsistency in Multi-Context Systems},
  author={Thomas Eiter and Michael Fink and Peter Sch{\"u}ller and Antonius Weinzierl},
  journal={Artif. Intell.},
Interlinking knowledge sources to enable information exchange is a basic means to build enriched knowledge-based systems, which gains importance with the spread of the Internet. Inconsistency, however, arises easily in such systems, which is not least due to their heterogeneity, but also due to their independent design. This makes developing methods for consistency management of such systems a pressing issue. An important aspect is that in many relevant cases, the information at individual… CONTINUE READING

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