Instance-driven TBox revision in DL-Lite
Wang, Zhe, Wang, Kewen, Qi, Guilin, Zhuang, Zhiqiang, & Li, Yuefeng (2014) Instance-driven TBox revision in DL-Lite. In Bienvenu, Meghyn, Ortiz, Magdalena, Rosati, Riccardo, & Simkus, Mantas (Eds.) Informal Proceedings of the 27th International Workshop on Description Logics, CEUR-WS.org, Vienna, Austria, pp. 734-745.
The development and maintenance of large and complex ontologies are often time-consuming and error-prone. Thus, automated ontology learning and revision have attracted intensive research interest. In data-centric applications where ontologies are designed or automatically learnt from the data, when new data instances are added that contradict to the ontology, it is often desirable to incrementally revise the ontology according to the added data. This problem can be intuitively formulated as the problem of revising a TBox by an ABox. In this paper we introduce a model-theoretic approach to such an ontology revision problem by using a novel alternative semantic characterisation of DL-Lite ontologies. We show some desired properties for our ontology revision. We have also developed an algorithm for reasoning with the ontology revision without computing the revision result. The algorithm is efficient as its computational complexity is in coNP in the worst case and in PTIME when the size of the new data is bounded.
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