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Deploying defeasible logic rule bases for the semantic web

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Deploying defeasible logic rule bases for the semantic web
Logic is currently the target of the majority of the upcoming efforts towards the realization of the Semantic Web vision, namely making the content of the Web accessible not only to humans, as it is today, but to machines as well. Defeasible reasoning, a rule-based approach to reasoning with incomplete and conflicting information, is a powerful tool in many Semantic Web applications. Despite its strong mathematical background, logic, in general, and defeasible logic, in particular, may overload the user with tons of additional complex semantic relationships among data and metadata of the Semantic Web. To this end, a comprehensible, visual representation of these semantic relationships (rules) would help users understand them and make more use of them. This paper presents VDR-DEVICE, a defeasible reasoning system, designed specifically for the Semantic Web environment. VDR-DEVICE is an integrated development environment for deploying and visualizing defeasible logic rule bases on top of...
Efstratios Kontopoulos, Nick Bassiliades, Grigoris
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Type Journal
Year 2008
Where DKE
Authors Efstratios Kontopoulos, Nick Bassiliades, Grigoris Antoniou
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