RDF graph validation using rule-based reasoning

@article{Meester2021RDFGV,
  title={RDF graph validation using rule-based reasoning},
  author={Ben De Meester and Pieter Heyvaert and D{\"o}rthe Arndt and Anastasia Dimou and Ruben Verborgh},
  journal={Semantic Web},
  year={2021},
  volume={12},
  pages={117-142}
}
The correct functioning of SemanticWeb applications requires that given RDF graphs adhere to an expected shape. This shape depends on the RDF graph and the application’s supported entailments of that graph. During validation, RDF graphs are assessed against sets of constraints, and found violations help refining the RDF graphs. However, existing validation approaches cannot always explain the root causes of violations (inhibiting refinement), and cannot fully match the entailments supported… Expand

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