|From:||Александр Шкотин <alex.shkotin@xxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Tue, 3 Feb 2009 11:05:35 +0300|
luckyly my boss accepts knowledge in the form of sequence of statements,
and data as a structure of values.
but at the latter case usual question is "what does it mean?" or more formally: "how do you read this?".
we don't have this trouble at the former case;)
> In our project we have just two goals:
> - transform RDB to KB. (Because knowledge is better than data;)
> - rebuild our application system on top of KB reasoning engine.
> (and here OWL-DL right now is mandatory;)
Whenever anybody throws around words like "knowledge" and "data",
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