Cycorp is a leading provider of semantic technologies that bring a new level of intelligence and common sense reasoning to a wide variety of software applications. The Cyc software combines an unparalleled common sense ontology and knowledge base with a powerful reasoning engine and natural language interfaces to enable the development of novel knowledge-intensive applications.

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  6. Schewe, Klaus-Dieter; Thalheim, Bernhard: Semantics in data and knowledge bases (2008)
  7. Firat, Aykut; Madnick, Stuart; Grosof, Benjamin: Contextual alignment of ontologies in the eCOIN semantic interoperability framework (2007) ioport
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  9. Russomanno, David J.: A plausible inference prototype for the semantic web (2006) ioport
  10. Russomanno, David J.: A plausible inference prototype for the semantic web (2006) ioport
  11. Weißenberg, Norbert; Gartmann, Rüdiger; Voisard, Agnès: An ontology-based approach to personalized situation-aware mobile service supply (2006) ioport
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