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TUD - Computational Logic - Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies
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Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies
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Sort order. This book is not as easy-to-read as I expected it to be. There are parts where there are just too many details about something; details which are not really necessary.
I think the book could have been more properly organized. For a beginner, or at least for the beginner I was when reading it, it was a bit hard to follow and you constantly find yourself confused. The examples are quite good, though, and so are the exercises. I think the description logic part would need clearer explanations to so This book is not as easy-to-read as I expected it to be. I think the description logic part would need clearer explanations to some extent, because I for one looked really hard for clear-cut explanations of some notations combination of existential and universal quantifiers, which could be confusing at first and did not find much in that regard.
Overall, a classic, must-read, nice book. But if you're a beginner, give it time. You'll need time to go back and forth to finally get the hang of it.
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Jun 05, Dewi Wardani rated it liked it. The utmost I need is chapter 2. Semantic Interpretation. It's barely the same with w3c recommendation page.