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By Frithjof Dau (auth.), Simon Andrews, Simon Polovina, Richard Hill, Babak Akhgar (eds.)

This e-book constitutes the complaints of the nineteenth overseas convention on Conceptual constructions, ICCS 2011, held in Derby, united kingdom, in July 2011. The 18 complete papers and four brief papers awarded including 12 workshop papers have been conscientiously reviewed and chosen for inclusion within the booklet. the quantity additionally includes three invited talks.
ICCS specializes in the precious illustration and research of conceptual wisdom with study and enterprise purposes. It advances the speculation and perform in connecting the user's conceptual method of challenge fixing with the formal buildings that laptop functions have to convey their productiveness to endure. Conceptual constructions (CS) signify a relations of techniques that builds at the successes of man-made intelligence, enterprise intelligence, computational linguistics, conceptual modelling, details and internet applied sciences, consumer modelling, and data administration. of the workshops contained during this quantity disguise CS and data discovery in under-traversed domain names and in job particular info retrieval. The 3rd addresses CD in studying, instructing and assessment.

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The two different semantics are related. A correspondence theorem [21] ensures that, given certain conditions which are easy to establish, the direct semantics on an ontology in functional syntax (taking into account the global restrictions of OWL 2 DL) will only provide conclusions that the RDF-based semantics provides from the ontology’s RDF counterpart as well. However, the RDF-based semantics will often provide additional conclusions that are not provided by the direct semantics, for instance conclusions based on metamodeling.

Rudolph and M. Schneider In general, one can use this approach to embed OWL 2 DL into arbitrary subsets of FOL. , reasoning with ontologies that are given in the functional syntax but are not constrained by any of the global restrictions of OWL 2 DL. g. [25]). This strategy further covers many well-known undecidable extensions of OWL such as the semantic web rules language SWRL [10] as well as the combination of the rule interchange dialect RIF BLD with OWL described in [5]. 2 Translating RDF-Based Semantics Reasoning into FOL Under the RDF-based semantics, a translation into FOL is also possible but works differently than for the direct semantics.

The maturity of ST tools is still not sufficient for enterprises, but it is emerging. Anyhow, even very mature ST tools are likely to fail in meeting some expectations (particularly if these expectations stem from the bold promises made at the dawn of ST), and moreover, new technologies usually do not only solve existing problems, but raise new problems as well. But this will not stop the “semantic wave”, the emergence of ST for consumer and enterprise applications. Instead, in the long run, the author expects ST to become one of many mainstream and ubiquitous technologies, both the benefits and the costs will become widely demonstrated and accepted (this is Gartner’s “plateau of productivity”, the end of the hype cycle of a technology).

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