Module Extraction in Expressive Ontology Languages via Datalog Reasoning

Abstract

Module extraction is the task of computing a (preferably small) fragment M of an ontology O that preserves a class of entailments over a signature of interest ⌃. Extracting modules of minimal size is well-known to be computationally hard, and often algorithmically infeasible, especially for highly expressive ontology languages. Thus, practical techniques… (More)
DOI: 10.1613/jair.4898

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