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Reconciling description logics and rules.

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Description logics (DLs) and rules are formalisms that emphasize different aspects of knowledge representation: whereas DLs are focused on specifying and reasoning about conceptual knowledge, rules are focused on nonmonotonic inference. Many applications, however, require features of both DLs and rules. Developing a formalism that integrates DLs and rules would be a natural outcome of a large body of research in knowledge representation and reasoning of the last two decades; however, achievin...

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10.1145/1754399.1754403

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MPLS, Computer Science
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Author
Journal:
J. ACM
Volume:
57
Issue:
5
Pages:
1-62
Publication date:
2010-01-01
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EISSN:
1557-735X
ISSN:
0004-5411
URN:
uuid:b17134c4-3f6e-4bee-acc5-69d01c7276d1
Source identifiers:
299659
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pubs:299659

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