An Approach to Description Logic with Support for Propositional Attitudes and Belief Fusion
Nickles, M. and Cobos, R., 2008. An Approach to Description Logic with Support for Propositional Attitudes and Belief Fusion. Berlin, Germany: Springer, pp. 124-142. (Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence; 5327)
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In the (Semantic) Web, the existence or producibility of certain, consensually agreed or authoritative knowledge cannot be assumed, and criteria to judge the trustability and reputation of knowledge sources may not be given. These issues give rise to formalizations of web information which factor in heterogeneous and possibly inconsistent assertions and intentions, and make such heterogeneity explicit and manageable for reasoning mechanisms. Such approaches call provide valuable meta-knowledge in contemporary application fields, like open or distributed ontologies, social software, ranking and recommender systems, and domains with a high amount of controversies, such as politics and culture. As an approach to this, we introduce a lean formalism for the Semantic Web which allows for the explicit representation of controversial individual and group opinions and goals by means of so-called social contexts, and optionally for the probabilistic belief merging of uncertain or conflicting statements. Doing so, our approach generalizes concepts such as provenance annotation and voting in the context of ontologies and other kinds of Semantic Web knowledge.
|Item Type||Conference or Workshop Items (UNSPECIFIED)|
|Creators||Nickles, M.and Cobos, R.|
|Editors||daCosta, P. C. G., dAmato, C., Fanizzi, N., Laskey, K. B., Laskey, K. J., Lukasiewicz, T., Nickles, M. and Pool, M.|
|Uncontrolled Keywords||context logic,owl,knowledge integration,provenance annotation,semantic web,voting|
|Departments||Faculty of Science > Computer Science|
|Additional Information||6th International Semantic Web Conference/2nd Asian Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2007/ASWC 2007). Busan, South Korea, 11-15 November 2007.|
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