On Storing Ontologies including Fuzzy Datatypes in Relational Databases

@article{Barranco2007OnSO,
  title={On Storing Ontologies including Fuzzy Datatypes in Relational Databases},
  author={Carlos D. Barranco and Jes{\'u}s R. Campa{\~n}a and Juan Miguel Medina and Olga Pons},
  journal={2007 IEEE International Fuzzy Systems Conference},
  year={2007},
  pages={1-6}
}
This work deals with the need for managing large amounts of fuzzy data in the context of the Semantic Web. A schema to store ontologies with fuzzy datatypes into a database is presented as part of a framework designed to perform tasks of fuzzy information extraction and publishing. The database schema allows the storage of an ontology along with its instances preserving all information. Ontology and instances are stored in different schemas in order to improve the access to instances while… CONTINUE READING
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