Applications of semantic technologies often require the representation of and reasoning with structured objects-that is, objects composed of parts connected in complex ways. Although OWL is a general and powerful language, its class descriptions and axioms cannot be used to describe arbitrarily connected structures. An OWL representation of structured objects can thus be underconstrained, which reduces the inferences that can be drawn and causes performance problems in reasoning. To address t...Expand abstract
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Structured objects in owl: representation and reasoning.
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