SWRL Rule Editor - A Web Application as Rich as Desktop Business Rule Editors

@inproceedings{Orlando2012SWRLRE,
  title={SWRL Rule Editor - A Web Application as Rich as Desktop Business Rule Editors},
  author={Jo{\~a}o Paulo Orlando and Adriano Rivolli and Saeed Hassanpour and Martin J. O'Connor and Amarendra K Das and Dilvan A. Moreira},
  booktitle={ICEIS},
  year={2012}
}
The Semantic Web Rule Language (SWRL) allows the combination of rules and ontology terms, defined using the Web Ontology Language (OWL), to increase the expressiveness of both. However, as rule sets grow, they become difficult to understand and error prone, especially when used and maintained by more than one person. If SWRL is to become a true web standard, it has to be able to handle big rule sets. To find answers to this problem, we first surveyed business rule systems and found the key… CONTINUE READING