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Author(s):

Hustadt, Ullrich

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Editor(s):

Baader, Franz
Buchheit, Martin
Jeusfeld, Manfred A.
Nutt, Werner

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Hustadt94c

Title, Booktitle

Title*:

Do we need the closed-world assumption in knowledge representation?

Booktitle*:

Working Notes of the KI'94 Workshop: Reasoning about Structured Objects: Knowledge Representation meets Databases (KRDB'94)

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Event Address*:

Saarbrücken, Germany

Language:

English

Event Date*
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September 20-21, 1994

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Event Start Date:

21 November 2019

Event End Date:

21 November 2019

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DFKI

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Saarbrücken, Germany

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Series:

Document

Volume:

D-94-11

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Month:

November

Pages:

24-26

Year*:

1994

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(LaTeX) Abstract:

In this paper I want to focus on some principal differences between data models of database systems and knowledge representation languages. The data manipulation languages of data models are based on the closed-world, unique-name, and domain-closure assumption. Data manipulation languages and query languages of knowledge representation formalisms differ considerably in their underlying assumptions. They are based on the open-world, unique-name, and open-domain assumption. That means, that even if the data definition language and the data manipulation language of a database management system and a knowledge base management system would coincide, the results of data manipulations would differ. I present some examples that show the usefulness of closed-world inferences in natural language processing. Thus knowledge representation languages sticking to the open-world assumption seem to be insufficient for natural language processing.



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Max-Planck-Institut für Informatik



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@INPROCEEDINGS{Hustadt94c,
AUTHOR = {Hustadt, Ullrich},
EDITOR = {Baader, Franz and Buchheit, Martin and Jeusfeld, Manfred A. and Nutt, Werner},
TITLE = {Do we need the closed-world assumption in knowledge representation?},
BOOKTITLE = {Working Notes of the KI'94 Workshop: Reasoning about Structured Objects: Knowledge Representation meets Databases (KRDB'94)},
PUBLISHER = {DFKI},
YEAR = {1994},
VOLUME = {D-94-11},
PAGES = {24--26},
SERIES = {Document},
ADDRESS = {Saarbr{\"u}cken, Germany},
MONTH = {November},
}


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