Real-world Reasoning with OWL
A paper written by Friedrich von Henke, Olaf Noppens, Marko Luther, Timo Weithöner, Sebastian Böhm and Thorsten Liebig. It was presented at the ESWC2007. It is about OWL, Benchmark, Reasoning and Evaluation
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This work is motivated by experiences in the course of developing an ontology-based application within a real-world setting. We found out that current benchmarks are not well suited to provide helpful hints for users who seek for an appropriate reasoning system able to deal with expressive terminological descriptions, large volumes of assertional data, and frequent updates in a sound and complete way. This paper tries to provide some insights into currently available reasoning approaches and aims at identifying requirements to make future benchmarks more useful for application developers.
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