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Re: Inferred graph vocabulary?

From: Leo Sauermann <leo.sauermann@dfki.de>
Date: Mon, 19 Oct 2009 23:53:08 +0200
Message-ID: <4ADCDFC4.7070407@dfki.de>
To: Andrew Gibson <a.p.gibson@uva.nl>
CC: semantic-web@w3.org
Hi Andrew,

inferred triples are partly addressed in NRL
it is used in NEPOMUK.


overview on named graphs which touch inferred graphs a bit

note that the popular NIE ontologies (used in Nepomuk.kde.org) are built
on top of NRL, so NRL is in production on many linux desktop search
engines in KDE.


It was Andrew Gibson who said at the right time 19.10.2009 12:04 the
following words:
> Hi folks,
> Does anyone know of, or is perhaps working on, a vocabulary of terms
> to describe the relationships between graphs that have been involved
> in some reasoning process?
> For example, I might take graph <G>, and with ontology <O>, create a
> graph of inferred triples <I>, using reasoner R. I then want to add
> <I> to my triplestore. I would then want to also specify the
> provenance of the inferred graph (from <G> and <O>), and the metadata
> associated with its creation (R etc).
> This is my particular scenario, I can imagine others. I had thought
> that this might fall under the jurisdiction of VoID, but I don't see
> anything like that in there (yet). I hope I didn't miss something
> obvious, I did Google I promise ;-)
> Thanks in advance,
> Andrew

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