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Mapping the Object-Role Modeling language ORM2 into Description Logic language DLRifd

  title={Mapping the Object-Role Modeling language ORM2 into Description Logic language DLRifd},
  author={C. M. Keet},
  • C. M. Keet
  • Published 2007
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • In recent years, several efforts have been made to enhance conceptual data modelling with automated reasoning to improve the model's quality and derive implicit information. One approach to achieve this in implementations, is to constrain the language. Advances in Description Logics can help choosing the right language to have greatest expressiveness yet to remain within the decidable fragment of first order logic to realise a workable implementation with good performance using DL reasoners… CONTINUE READING
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