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Ontological Scheme for Intelligent Database

By Ana Muñoz, Jose Aguilar, Área Informática and Tecnológico Ejido

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Abstract:- The intelligent Databases (IDB) are originated from the integration of databases technologies with artificial intelligence technologies. The IDB are characterized by the presence of stored rules in a rules base and facts stored in a facts base, all together conforms the knowledge base, in which different forms of reasoning are applied. An ontology is a knowledge base that describes the concepts of a domain, their properties and their relations, providing a common vocabulary in a defined area. This article shows ontology for IDB that describes the concepts, operations and restrictions of these databases. Also, at the end of this paper there is a study case as an example. Key-Words:- Ontology, Ontological scheme, Intelligent databases

Year: 2014
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