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Introduction

  • WSML Variants - allow users to make the trade-off between the provided expressivity and the implied complexity on a per-application basis
  • The figure shows the different variants of WSML and the relationship between the variants. In the figure, an arrow stands for "extension in the direction of". The variants differ in the logical expressiveness they offer and in the underlying language paradigm. By offering these variants, we allow users to make the trade-off between the provided expressivity and the implied complexity on a per-application basis. As can be seen from the figure, the basic language WSML-Core is extended in two directions, namely, Description Logics (WSML-DL) and Logic Programming(WSML-Flight, WSML-Rule). WSML-Rule and WSML-DL are both extended to a full First-Order Logic with nonmonotonic extensions(WSML-Full), which unifies both paradigms. 

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