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Title: Facilitating DL-based hybrid reasoning with inference fusion.
Authors: Hu, Bo
Arana, Ines
Compatangelo, Ernesto
Keywords: Inference fusion
DL-based taxonomic reasoning
Issue Date: Dec-2002
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Citation: HU, B., ARANA, I. and COMPATANGELO, E. 2002. Facilitating DL-based hybrid reasoning with inference fusion. In: M. BRAMER and A. PREECE eds. Research and Development in Intelligent Systems XIX: Proceedings of ES2002, the Twenty-second SGAI International Conference on Knowledge Based Systems and Applied Artificial Intelligence. December 2002. Cambridge. pp. 91- 104.
Abstract: We present an extension to DL-based taxonomic reasoning by means of the proposed inference fusion, i.e. the dynamic combination of inferences from distributed heterogeneous reasoners. Our approach integrates results from a DL-based system with results from a constraint solver under the direction of a global reasoning coordinator. Inference fusion is performed by (i) processing heterogeneous input knowledge, producing suitable homogeneous input knowledge for each specialised reasoner; (ii) activating each reasoner when necessary, collecting its results and passing them to the other reasoner if appropriate; (iii) combining the results of the two reasoners. We discuss the benefits of our approach and demonstrate our ideas by proposing a language (DL(D)=S) and a reasoning system (Concor) which uses knowledge bases written in DL(D)=S and supports hybrid reasoning. We illustrate our ideas with an example.
ISBN: 9781852336745
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