Temporalizing rewritable query languages over knowledge bases


Ontology-based data access (OBDA) generalizes query answering in relational databases. It allows to query a database<lb>by using the language of an ontology, abstracting from the actual relations of the database. OBDA can sometimes be<lb>realized by compiling the information of the ontology into the query and the database. The resulting query is then<lb… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.websem.2014.11.007


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@article{Borgwardt2015TemporalizingRQ, title={Temporalizing rewritable query languages over knowledge bases}, author={Stefan Borgwardt and Marcel Lippmann and Veronika Thost}, journal={J. Web Sem.}, year={2015}, volume={33}, pages={50-70} }