Sebastian Rudolph mostly deals with Description logic, Information retrieval, Semantic Web, Artificial intelligence and Decidability. His study in Description logic is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Fragment, Ontology language and Web Ontology Language. His studies examine the connections between Information retrieval and genetics, as well as such issues in Information needs, with regards to Database engine, Graph theory, Data structure, Search algorithm and Data model.
Sebastian Rudolph works mostly in the field of Semantic Web, limiting it down to topics relating to Ontology and, in certain cases, Concept search, as a part of the same area of interest. The concepts of his Artificial intelligence study are interwoven with issues in Programming language and Natural language processing. His studies deal with areas such as Datalog and Conjunctive query as well as Decidability.
Theoretical computer science, Description logic, Artificial intelligence, Knowledge representation and reasoning and Conjunctive query are his primary areas of study. His specific area of interest is Theoretical computer science, where Sebastian Rudolph studies Datalog. To a larger extent, Sebastian Rudolph studies Programming language with the aim of understanding Description logic.
His Artificial intelligence research includes themes of Formal concept analysis, Context and Natural language processing. His Knowledge representation and reasoning study incorporates themes from Rotation formalisms in three dimensions, Automated reasoning, Data science and Semantic Web. Sebastian Rudolph has researched Conjunctive query in several fields, including Satisfiability, Decidability, Logical consequence and Boolean conjunctive query.
His primary scientific interests are in Theoretical computer science, Description logic, Domain, Discrete mathematics and Undecidable problem. He combines subjects such as Query Rewriting, Dialectic, Set, Conjecture and Conjunctive query with his study of Theoretical computer science. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Axiom, Path expression and Factor.
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His primary areas of investigation include Description logic, Theoretical computer science, Undecidable problem, Semantic Web and Cardinality. Sebastian Rudolph conducts interdisciplinary study in the fields of Description logic and Cognitive science through his research. Sebastian Rudolph has included themes like Path expression and EXPTIME in his Theoretical computer science study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Ontology, Software engineering and Production engineering in addition to Semantic Web. His Cardinality study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Satisfiability, Conjunctive query, Abox and Boolean satisfiability problem. His Decidability research integrates issues from Graph and Knowledge graph.
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Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies
Pascal Hitzler;Markus Krtzsch;Sebastian Rudolph.
EP-SPARQL: a unified language for event processing and stream reasoning
Darko Anicic;Paul Fodor;Sebastian Rudolph;Nenad Stojanovic.
the web conference (2011)
Top-k Exploration of Query Candidates for Efficient Keyword Search on Graph-Shaped (RDF) Data
Thanh Tran;Haofen Wang;Sebastian Rudolph;Philipp Cimiano.
international conference on data engineering (2009)
Semantic Web: Grundlagen
Pascal Hitzler;Markus Krotzsch;Sebastian Rudolph;York Sure.
Ontology-based interpretation of keywords for semantic search
Thanh Tran;Philipp Cimiano;Sebastian Rudolph;Rudi Studer.
international semantic web conference (2007)
OWL 2 Web Ontology Language Primer (Second Edition)
Pascal Hitzler;Markus Krotzsch;Bijan Parsia;Peter F. Patel-Schneider.
Stream reasoning and complex event processing in ETALIS
Darko Anicic;Sebastian Rudolph;Paul Fodor;Nenad Stojanovic.
Social Work (2012)
Foundations of description logics
RW'11 Proceedings of the 7th international conference on Reasoning web: semantic technologies for the web of data (2011)
ELP: Tractable Rules for OWL 2
Markus Krötzsch;Sebastian Rudolph;Pascal Hitzler.
international semantic web conference (2008)
Walking the complexity lines for generalized guarded existential rules
Jean-François Baget;Marie-Laure Mugnier;Sebastian Rudolph;Michaël Thomazo.
international joint conference on artificial intelligence (2011)
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