Rudolph, S., Gottlob, G., Horrocks, I., van Harmelen, F. (Eds.)
2013, X, 285 p. 49 illus.
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Accompanying lecture slides are available on the summer school website at http://reasoningweb.org/2013/
This volume contains the lecture notes of the 9th Reasoning Web Summer School 2013, held in Mannheim, Germany, in July/August 2013. The 2013 summer school program covered diverse aspects of Web reasoning, ranging from scalable lightweight formalisms such as RDF to more expressive ontology languages based on description logics. It also featured foundational reasoning techniques used in answer set programming and ontology-based data access as well as emerging topics like geo-spatial information handling and reasoning-driven information extraction and integration.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »OWL - RDF - description logics - linked data - semantic web
Introduction to linked data and its lifecycle on the Web.- RDFS and OWL reasoning for linked data.- Introductions to description logics.- Answer set programming.- Ontology-based data access with databases.- A geo-semantics flyby.- Statistical relational data integration for information extraction.