DLP isn't so bad after all

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Pascal Hitzler, Peter Haase, Markus Krötzsch, York Sure, Rudi Studer

DLP isn't so bad after all



Abstract. We discuss some of the recent controversies concerning the DLP fragment of OWL. We argue that it is a meaningful fragment and can serve as a basic interoperability layer between OWL and logic programming-based ontology languages.

Published at OWLED2005 (Workshop paper)

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Remarks

This is just a four page position paper. For a more in-depth treatment of DLP, see the paper On the Semantic Relationship between Datalog and Description Logics as well as my dissertation.

Topics

Description logics, Rule languages

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