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  • DAML Ontology Schema (Semantic Web in RDFS) 10/15/00 Who points to it? 18 - DAML-ONT is a schema for representing ontologies in RDFS that is being developed as a part of the DARPA Agent Based Computing program. DAML-ONT roughly corresponds to a frame-based or description logic knowledge representation language and allows the definition of classes andsubclasses, their properties, and a set of restrictions thereon. Thelanguage does not yet include any specification of explicit inferencerules, which we hope will follow.

  • An Extensible Approach for Modeling Ontologies in RDF(S) 9/9/00 Who points to it? 14 - An Extensible Approach for Modeling Ontologies in RDF(S), ECDL 2000 Workshop on the Semantic Web, 21 September 2000, Lisbon Portugal, Steffen Staab, Michael Erdmann, Alexander Maedche, Stefan Decker

  • Logical interpretation of RDF 8/28/00 Who points to it? 14 - Wolfram Conenand Reinhold Klapsingtry to capture the precise meaning of RDF by expressingthe concepts and constraints of the RDF model in first-order logic (FOL).

  • SiLRI -- Simple Logic-based RDF Interpreter 8/29/00 Who points to it? 10 - SiLRI (Simple Logic-based RDF Interpreter) is a main-memory logic-based inference engine implemented in Java. It implements a major part of Frame-Logic and has support forRDF (Resource Description Format, the metadata standard of the W3C). The implemented semantics include well-founded semantics andthe rule language allows general logic programs, enabling a specification like modeling.

  • SWI-Prolog RDF parser 5/1/00 Who points to it? 22 - A prolog parser developed at the University of Amsterdam which transforms RDF expressions into the underlying triples suitable for inferencing, putting into a database or as input to another process.

  • Representing UML in RDF 4/26/00 Who points to it? 13 - Sergey Melnik has created a UML/RDF mapping which includes the core concepts and UML state machines.

  • A Grammar of Dublin Core 10/23/00 Who points to it? 15 - Thomas Baker, A Grammar of Dublin Core, D-Lib Magazine, October 2000, Volume 6 Number 10 -- looks at the dublin core as a language and compares it to RDF.

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