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OWL 2 in Action – Property Chains
This is the second article in our series that expands the code example from Chapter 5 of Semantic Web Programming to cover the semantics of OWL 2. This article covers property chains. The code can be downloaded from here (zip, 7z, tar.gz) and includes an Eclipse project with all required dependencies. Read More
OWL 2 in Action – Qualified Cardinality Restrictions
This article is the first in a short series of articles that expands the code example from Chapter 5 of Semantic Web Programming to include some of the features of OWL 2. The code can be downloaded from here (zip, 7z, tar.gz), including an Eclipse project and all dependencies. This article focuses on how the semantics of qualified cardinality restrictions are interpreted and applied in a reasoner that supports most of OWL 2 semantics (Pellet 2.0 RC6 – see the Pellet documentation for a full list of the semantics supported in each release candidate). Read More
About Semantic Web Programming
This website is a central location for all information regarding the book, including errata, author bios (and technology-related musings), upcoming events featuring the book and the authors,and any additions or modifications of the material that accompanies the book…
Semantic Web Programming provides both hands-on examples and in-depth technical explorations of the technologies and standards of the Semantic Web…