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Functional Dependencies in OWL ABOX

@inproceedings{Calbimonte2009FunctionalDI,
  title={Functional Dependencies in OWL ABOX},
  author={Jean-Paul Calbimonte and F. Porto and C. Keet},
  booktitle={SBBD},
  year={2009}
}
Functional Dependency (FD) has been extensively studied in database theory. Most recently there have been some works investigating the implications of extending Description Logics with functional dependencies. In particular the OWL ontology language offers the functional property property allowing simple functional dependency to be specified. As it turns out, more complex FD specified as concept constructors has been proved to lead to undecidability in the general case, which restricts its… Expand
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