[DL] Description Logics, OWL and object-orientation
Jeff Z. Pan
jpan at csd.abdn.ac.uk
Thu Mar 16 17:16:52 CET 2006
Why not have a look at the W3C note "A Semantic Web Primer for Object-Oriented Software Developers"
which might provide for you something you want to know.
Dr. Jeff Z. Pan (http://www.csd.abdn.ac.uk/~jpan/)
Department of Computing Science, The University of Aberdeen
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From: "Alan Cyment" <acyment at yahoo.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, March 15, 2006 7:27 PM
Subject: [DL] Description Logics, OWL and object-orientation
> Hi all,
> I'm relatively new to DL and my question might sound
> a bit naive, but here it goes: is it OK for me to say
> that, for a given application, "I chose DL as the
> knowledge representation formalism. I first tried an
> OWL-based implementation, but later opted for an
> object-oriented one (using C# objects and classes for
> representing concepts and instances)". Does it make
> sense? Or am I making a conceptual mistake here?
> Thanks in advance for your help...
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