Seminar: Extensions of Description Logics

Dr. (habil.) Anni-Yasmin Turhan

Course Description

Description logics (DLs) are a family of logic-based knowledge representation formalisms. The seminar is about extensions of description logics (such as temporalised DLs, fuzzy DLs, DLs with defaults, …) that have not been captured in the lecture Description Logic.

Prerequisites: Knowing the basic material of the lecture Description Logic would be helpful.


There is an initial meeting on 10 April 2017 at 11:10 (3.DS) in room APB/005. There, topics are assigned to interested students and further organisational matters are covered.

The students taking the seminar should get acquainted with their respective topic, write a report (c. 15 pages) about it, and give a presentation (of 30 minutes) at the end of the semester. They receive indiviual supervision by a tutor.
The students are expected to stick to the following schedule.


SWS: –/2/–

This course can be used in the following modules:


Will be provided.