How to reason by HeaRT in a semantic knowledge-based Wiki

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How to reason by HeaRT in a semantic knowledge-based Wiki is a 2011 conference paper written in English by Adrian W.T., Bobek S., Nalepa G.J., Kaczor K., Kluza K. and published in Proceedings - International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence, ICTAI.

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Semantic wikis constitute an increasingly popular class of systems for collaborative knowledge engineering. We developed Loki, a semantic wiki that uses a logic-based knowledge representation. It is compatible with semantic annotations mechanism as well as Semantic Web languages. We integrated the system with a rule engine called HeaRT that supports inference with production rules. Several modes for modularized rule bases, suitable for the distributed rule bases present in a wiki, are considered. Embedding the rule engine enables strong reasoning and allows to run production rules over semantic knowledge bases. In the paper, we demonstrate the system concepts and functionality using an illustrative example.

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