Managing Change in Graph-structured Data Using Description Logics (long version with appendix)

16 Apr 2014Shqiponja AhmetajDiego CalvaneseMagdalena OrtizMantas Simkus

In this paper, we consider the setting of graph-structured data that evolves as a result of operations carried out by users or applications. We study different reasoning problems, which range from ensuring the satisfaction of a given set of integrity constraints after a given sequence of updates, to deciding the (non-)existence of a sequence of actions that would take the data to an (un)desirable state, starting either from a specific data instance or from an incomplete description of it... (read more)

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