Presented at: 9th Extended Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2012)
Reasoning is one of the essential application areas of the modern Semantic Web. At present, the semantic reasoning algorithms are facing significant challenges when dealing with the emergence of the Internet-scale knowledge bases, comprising extremely large amounts of data. The traditional reasoning approaches have only been approved for small, closed, trustworthy, consistent, coherent and static data domains. As such, they are not well-suited to be applied in data-intensive applications aiming on the Internet scale. We introduce the Large Knowledge Collider as a platform solution that leverages the service-oriented approach to implement a new reasoning technique, capable of dealing with exploding volumes of the rapidly growing data universe, in order to be able to take advantages of the large-scale and on-demand elastic infrastructures such as high performance computing or cloud technology.
Keywords: Incomplete Reasoning, LarKC, Semantic Web, service architecture
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