Logics for the Semantic Web

@inproceedings{Bruijn2006LogicsFT,
  title={Logics for the Semantic Web},
  author={Jos de Bruijn},
  year={2006}
}
This chapter introduces a number of formal logical languages which form the backbone of the Semantic Web. They are used for the representation of both ontologies and rules. The basis for all languages presented in this chapter is the classical First-Order Logic. Description Logics is a family of languages which represent subsets of first-order logic. Expressive description logic languages form the basis for popular ontology languages on the Semantic Web. Logic programming is based on a subset… CONTINUE READING
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