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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Knowledge representation formalisms used on the Semantic Web adhere to a strict open world assumption. Therefore, nonmonotonic reasoning techniques are often viewed with scepticism. Especially negation as failure, which intuitively adopts a closed world view, is often claimed to be unsuitable for the Web where knowledge is notoriously incomplete. Nonetheless, it was suggested in the ongoing discussions around rules extensions for languages like RDF(S) or OWL to allow at least restricted formsdoi:10.1007/11762256_26 fatcat:cu7jeceu5zd2vbu7ho24cxn5aa