Ontology design and reasoning

author: Elena Simperl, School of Electronics and Computer Science, University of Southampton
published: Sept. 5, 2011,   recorded: August 2011,   views: 6960


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Comment1 Jack Marrow, April 28, 2020 at 5:20 a.m.:

Reasoning in ontologies and knowledge bases is one of the reasons why a specification needs to be formal one. By reasoning we mean deriving facts that are not expressed in ontology or in knowledge base explicitly. All of the formalisms that were discussed in this section were created with the outlook of automatic processing, but due their properties such as decidability or computational complexity or even due to the level of formality it is not always possible.

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