Loki-presentation of logic-based semantic wiki
|Loki-presentation of logic-based semantic wiki|
|Author(s)||Adrian W.T., Nalepa G.J.|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: Logic-based representation, Logic-based semantics, Programming paradigms, Proposed architectures, Reasoning procedures, Rule based reasoning, Semantic annotations, Semantic mediawiki, Artificial intelligence, Knowledge representation, Logic programming, PROLOG (programming language), Semantics, Software engineering)|
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TOOL PRESENTATION: The paper presents a semantic wiki, called Loki, with strong logical knowledge representation using rules. The system uses a coherent logic-based representation for semantic annotations of the content and implementing reasoning procedures. The representation uses the logic programming paradigm and the Prolog programming language. The proposed architecture allows for rule-based reasoning in the wiki. It also provides a compatibility layer with the popular Semantic MediaWiki platform, directly parsing its annotations.
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