The current version of the hackAIR ontologies consists of three interconnected sub-ontologies:
hackAIR TBox Ontology
hackAIR ABox Ontology
hackAIR SPIN Ontology
The hackAIR SPIN ontology imports both hackAIR ABox and TBox and implements a set of SPIN rules for the interpretation of information stored in the schema (TBox) and the assertions (ABox), in a uniform, automatic and semantically related way. More specifically, its rules handle/perform the automatic inference and personalised recommendation provision by the hackAIR platform. [TTL file][Docs]
This work was supported by the EU Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme hackAIR under Grant Agreement No.688363.
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