Charla: "Pushing the Boundaries of Tractable Ontology Reasoning"


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Charlista: 
David Carral Martínez (Wright State University)
Fecha: 
20 Marzo, 2015 - 10:00
Sala: 
Auditorio, Piso 3
Organización: 
DCC

Resumen:

On the theoretical side, we introduce a class of Horn ontologies, namely RSA ontologies, for which standard reasoning tasks are tractable. This class is general enough to include the OWL 2 EL, QL, and RL profiles. Furthermore, we extend existing combined approaches to solve CQ answering over RSA ontologies, which we show to be feasible in NP. On the practical side, we show that many real-world ontologies that are not included in any OWL 2 profile are indeed RSA, and thus that polynomial time reasoning is possible for these. We also implement a rather efficient reasoner for RSA ontologies making use of existing Datalog engines. See the following for more information:

http://www.cs.ox.ac.uk/ian.horrocks/Publications/download/2014/CarralFGHH14.pdf

 

   

David Carral Martínez is a computer science PhD student at Wright State University working under the supervision of Pascal Hitzler. He obtained his Master's from the same university in 2012. His active research interests include knowledge representation, description logics and complexity theory. As a guest researcher, he visited Oxford University and has collaborated with members of that university in several publications.