Fuzzy Description Logic Programs


Description Logic Programs (DLPs), which combine the expressive power of classical description logics and logic programs, are emerging as an important ontology description language paradigm. In this study, we present fuzzy DLPs, which extend DLPs by allowing the representation of vague/imprecise information.

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@inproceedings{Straccia2006FuzzyDL, title={Fuzzy Description Logic Programs}, author={Umberto Straccia}, year={2006} }