GCIs Make Reasoning in Fuzzy DL with the Product T-norm Undecidable

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Fuzzy variants of Description Logics (DLs) were introduced in order to deal with applications where not all concepts can be defined in a precise way. A great variety of fuzzy DLs have been investigated in the literature [12,8]. In fact, compared to crisp DLs, fuzzy DLs offer an additional degree of freedom when defining their expressiveness: in addition to… (More)

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