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Soundness proof of Z semantics of OWL using institutions

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Soundness proof of Z semantics of OWL using institutions
The correctness of the Z semantics of OWL is the theoretical foundation of using software engineering techniques to verify Web ontologies. As OWL and Z are based on different logical systems, we use institutions to represent their underlying logical systems and use institution morphisms to prove the correctness of the Z semantics for OWL DL. Categories and Subject Descriptors F.4 [MATHEMATICAL LOGIC AND FORMAL LANGUAGES]: Miscellaneous; I.2.4 [Artificial Intelligence]: Knowledge Representation Formalisms and Methods--Representation languages General Terms Languages, Theory, Verification Keywords OWL, Z, institution, comorphism of institutions
Dorel Lucanu, Yuan-Fang Li, Jin Song Dong
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Year 2005
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Authors Dorel Lucanu, Yuan-Fang Li, Jin Song Dong
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