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Issue No.05 - September/October (2003 vol.18)
pp: 76-83
Ian Horrocks , University of Manchester
J? Angele , Ontoprise GmbH
Stefan Decker , Information Sciences Institute
Michael Kifer , Stony Brook University
Benjamin Grosof , MIT Sloan School of Management
Gerd Wagner , Eindhoven University of Technology
<div>Rules for the Semantic Web</div><div>It Rules!</div><div>Semantic Rules</div><div>The Semantic Web Needs a Logic for Rules and Objects</div><div>Rules and RuleML in the Semantic Web</div><div>Seven Golden Rules for a Web Rule Language</div><p>Web Ontology Language is now the W3C's candidate recommendation, so the promises of the Semantic Web should come closer to being realities. However, OWL cannot account for some rules. Beyond a solid foundation of RDF, RDFS, and OWL, rule standardization is missing. This issue's essays explore different approaches to solving this problem.</p>
Web Ontology Language, Semantic Web, rules
Ian Horrocks, J? Angele, Stefan Decker, Michael Kifer, Benjamin Grosof, Gerd Wagner, "Where Are the Rules?", IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol.18, no. 5, pp. 76-83, September/October 2003, doi:10.1109/MIS.2003.10011
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