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Social Semantic Rule Sharing and Querying in Wellness Communities

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Social Semantic Rule Sharing and Querying in Wellness Communities
In this paper we describe the Web 3.0 case study WellnessRules, where ontology-structured rules (including facts) about wellness opportunities are created by participants in rule languages such as Prolog and N3, and translated for interchange within a wellness community using RuleML/XML. The wellness rules are centered around participants, as profiles, encoding knowledge about their activities, nutrition, etc. conditional on the season, the time-of-day, the weather, etc. This distributed knowledge base extends fact-only FOAF profiles with a vocabulary and rules about wellness group networking. The communication between participants is organized through Rule Responder, permitting translator-based reuse of wellness profiles and their distributed querying across engines. WellnessRules interoperates between rules and queries in the relational (Datalog) paradigm of the pure-Prolog subset of POSL and in the frame (F-logic) paradigm of N3. These derivation rule languages are implemented in...
Harold Boley, Taylor Michael Osmun, Benjamin Larry
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ASWC
Authors Harold Boley, Taylor Michael Osmun, Benjamin Larry Craig
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