TRIPLE

TRIPLE –a query, inference, and transformation language for the semantic web. This paper presents TRIPLE, a layered and modular rule language for the Semantic Web. TRIPLE is based on Horn logic and borrows many basic features from F-Logic but is especially designed for querying and transforming RDF models. TRIPLE can be viewed as a successor of SiLRI (Simple Logic-based RDF Interpreter). One of the most important differences to F-Logic and SiLRI is that TRIPLE does not have a fixed semantics for object-oriented features like classes and inheritance. Its layered architecture allows such features to be easily defined for different object-oriented and other data models like UML, Topic Maps, or RDF Schema. Description logics extensions of RDF (Schema) like OIL and DAML+OIL that cannot be fully handled by Horn logic are provided as modules that interact with a description logic classifier, e.g. FaCT, resulting in a hybrid rule language. This paper sketches syntax and semantics of TRIPLE.


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