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[protege-owl] Bayesian logic implementations of OWL

Doug Holmes dholmes at ez2.net
Fri Apr 6 14:09:27 PDT 2007


Hi Trina,	
	About a week ago, there was a nice discussion of this topic on the  
Ontolog forum; Protégé was one of the featured editors.  PR-OWl was  
discussed in some detail. The notes [and slides] from the  
presentations are at: http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/wiki.pl? 
ConferenceCall_2007_03_29
Doug

On Mar 29, 2007, at 2:58 PM, Trina wrote:

> Hi All,
>
> Would anyone know of any further work implemented in Protege using  
> different
> forms of logics. I would like to use some form of probabilistic  
> logic (Bayesian,
> causal, etc) to run sensitivity analyses, as opposed to classifying  
> and
> inferring knowledge given a set of classes/instances as is possible  
> with DL and
> Horn Logic.
>
> I have briefly looked into PR-OWL and KEEPER, but there doesn't  
> seem to be any
> implementation further then the initial papers.
>
> Or is it even possible??
>
> Cheers
> Trina
>
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