Sciweavers

Share
CORR
2007
Springer

N3Logic: A Logical Framework For the World Wide Web

9 years 1 days ago
N3Logic: A Logical Framework For the World Wide Web
The Semantic Web drives towards the use of the Web for interacting with logically interconnected data. Through knowledge models such as Resource Description Framework (RDF), the Semantic Web provides a unifying representation of richly structured data. Adding logic to the Web implies the use of rules to make inferences, choose courses of action, and answer questions. This logic must be powerful enough to describe complex properties of objects but not so powerful that agents can be tricked by being asked to consider a paradox. The Web has several characteristics that can lead to problems when existing logics are used, in particular, the inconsistencies that inevitably arise due to the openness of the Web, where anyone can assert anything. N3Logic is a logic that allows rules to be expressed in a Web environment. It extends RDF with syntax for nested graphs and quantified variables and with predicates for implication and accessing resources on the Web, and functions including cryptogra...
Tim Berners-Lee, Dan Connolly, Lalana Kagal, Yosi
Added 13 Dec 2010
Updated 13 Dec 2010
Type Journal
Year 2007
Where CORR
Authors Tim Berners-Lee, Dan Connolly, Lalana Kagal, Yosi Scharf, Jim Hendler
Comments (0)
books