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Approaches to Inconsistency Handling in Description-Logic Based Ontologies

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Approaches to Inconsistency Handling in Description-Logic Based Ontologies
The problem of inconsistency handling in ontologies has recently been attracting a lot of attention. When inconsistency occurs in an ontology, there are mainly two ways to deal with it - we either resolve it or reason with the inconsistent ontology. In this paper, we give a survey of the existing approaches for handling inconsistency in ontologies and analyze their usability. We focus on Description Logics. We give clear examples to illustrate how to use these approaches to deal with practical problems.
David A. Bell, Guilin Qi, Weiru Liu
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Year 2007
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Authors David A. Bell, Guilin Qi, Weiru Liu
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