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Description Logics are knowledge representation languages that have been studied extensively in artificial intelligence over the last two decades. This Handbook covers all aspects of research in this field; including theory, implementation, and applications. Its appeal is broad, ranging from more theoretically-oriented readers, to those with more practically-oriented interests who need a sound and modern understanding of knowledge representation systems based on Description Logics. The chapters by some of the most prominent researchers in the field first introduce the basic technical material before addressing the current state of the subject. This unique reference can also be used for self-study or in conjunction with knowledge representation and artificial intelligence courses.
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The Description Logic Handbook covers all aspects of the research in the field of knowledge representation. It will appeal to both theoretically-oriented readers and those with more practically-oriented interests. It is written by some of the most prominent researchers in the field, and covers the basic technical material through to the current state of the subject, with comprehensive guides to the literature. The book will be a unique reference, but can also be used for self-study or in conjunction with Knowledge Representation and Artifical Intelligence courses.Review:
'Until now, it has been difficult to locate a single text that covers enough of this field to serve as a thorough introduction to it. This handbook is an attempt to fill this gap, and it does so admirably ... The book would serve well as a foundation text for a graduate course in description logic, when supplemented with selected research papers. The Production qualities are excellent; this book will be easy to read and refer to ... a needed and well-executed reference work ... an excellent book.' Computing Reviews
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