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Reasoning on the Web

  • What holds for a simple data look-up holds in an even stronger sense for reasoning on Web scale.
  • The notion of 100% completeness and correctness as usually assumed in logic-based reasoning does not even make sense anymore since the underlying fact base is changing faster than any reasoning process can process it.
  • Therefore, we have to develop a notion of usability of inferred results and relate them with the resources that are requested for it.

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