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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Description Logics (DLs) provide the formal foundation for ontology languages, and they have been advocated as formalisms for modeling the domain of interest in various settings, including the Semantic Web, data and information integration, and ontology-based data access. An important requirement there is the ability to answer complex database-like queries, while taking into account both extensional and intensional domain knowledge. The task of answering queries has been investigateddoi:10.1007/978-3-319-11558-0_1 fatcat:pftzblg5nbdqzbyif5yw6aimma