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Web Scale Reasoning and the LarKC Project  (Review and Progress)

Web Scale Reasoning and the LarKC Project (Review and Progress)

This video was recorded at COIN / ACTIVE Summer School on Advanced Technologies for Knowledge Intensive Networked Organizations, Aachen 2010. "Scaling automated reasoning can be approached from the bottom up, but speeding up extremely simple reasoning over large numbers of data, or from the top down, but harnessing powerful rules and complex inference to broaden the range of problems that data can address. In this talk, both approaches are discussed. For the first, the EU-Funded LarKC project, of which Dr Witbrock is technical director, is described. In LarKC, simple, semantic web inference over RDF is supported, but its reach is extended with parallelism, application of cognitively-inspired algorithms, stream reasoning, and the ability to experiment with novel, even non-logical, inference... Show More

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