Corpus ID: 30917527

SWRL2SPIN: A tool for transforming SWRL rule bases in OWL ontologies to object-oriented SPIN rules

  title={SWRL2SPIN: A tool for transforming SWRL rule bases in OWL ontologies to object-oriented SPIN rules},
  author={Nick Bassiliades},
  • Nick Bassiliades
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
  • SWRL is a semantic web rule language that combines OWL ontologies with Horn Logic rules of the RuleML family of rule languages, extending the set of OWL axioms to include Horn-like rules. Being supported by the Prot\'eg\'e ontology editor as well as by popular rule engines and ontology reasoners, such as Jess, Drools and Pellet, SWRL has become a very popular choice for developing rule-based applications on top of ontologies. However, SWRL being around for more than 10 years now, it is most… CONTINUE READING
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