ELK: A Reasoner for OWL EL Ontologies

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Yevgeny Kazakov, Markus Krötzsch, František Simančík

ELK: A Reasoner for OWL EL Ontologies



Abstract. ELK is a specialized reasoner for the lightweight ontology language OWL EL. The practical utility of ELK is in its combination of high performance and comprehensive support for language features. At its core, ELK employs a consequence-based reasoning engine that can take advantage of multi-core and multi-processor systems. A modular architecture allows ELK to be used as a stand-alone application, Protégé plug-in, or programming library (either with or without the OWL API). This system description presents the current state of ELK.

Published at Technical Report (Technical report)

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The main reference for ELK is The Incredible ELK. Please use this in citations, as it subsumes and updates most of the material in this technical report. The above link points to the extended technical report; there is also a shorter workshop version of this paper: ELK Reasoner: Architecture and Evaluation.

More information about the software used in this paper and pointers to further publications can be found on the page about ELK Reasoner.

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Description logics, ELK Reasoner

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