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(Tool description last modified on ) Description. RacerPro is an OWL reasoner and inference server for the Semantic Web. Retrieved from. RacerPro ™. RacerPro is an OWL Reasoner and Inference Server for the Semantic Web. RACER stands for Renamed ABox and Concept Expression Reasoner. RACER stands for Renamed ABox and Concept Expression Reasoner. RacerPro is the commercial name of the software. The origins of RacerPro are within the.
Abstract. RacerPro is a software system for building applications based on ontologies. The backbone of RacerPro is a description logic reasoner. It provides . 24 Oct RacerPro (Renamed ABox and Concept Expression Reasoner Professional) is a server system for building knowledge-based applications. 16 Sep RacerPro is a software system for building knowledge-based applications based The backbone of RacerPro is a description logic reasoner.
A semantic reasoner, reasoning engine, rules engine, or simply a reasoner, is a piece of RacerPro; OntoBroker is an inference engine with native reasoning over F-Logic, ObjectLogic, RIF, and OWL. (, W3C-listed inference engine). ing for example the evaluation of RacerPro . In addition to measuring the performance of the reasoners, LUBM provides a measure for correctness of the. 3 Jun - 10 min - Uploaded by AllegroGraph This is a Demonstration of using AllegroGraph with RacerPro as a full Description Logic OWL 2. Reasoners. Note: this page is here for historical and sentimental reasons. Find the updated documentation here. A reasoner is a key component for working with . 15 Jan RacerPro (formerly known as RACER) is a reasoner for OWL DL. It was among the first OWL reasoners on the market, which appeared in
1 Aug RacerPro is a software system for building applications based on ontologies. The backbone of RacerPro is a description logic reasoner. Editions: RacerPRO. • Kernel reasoner. • Applications as. • Semantic Web reasoning system and information repository. • OWL: Consistency checks. CEL is a free (for non-commercial use) LISP-based reasoner for EL+. RacerPro is a commercial (free trials and research licenses are available) lisp-based. We will use the RacerPro reasoner to demonstrate the benefit of using reasoning for query answering over ontologies. Scalability issues with respect to.