David Toman

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Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2018-10-31 The Utility of the Abstract Relational Model and Attribute Paths in SQL in KNOWLEDGE ENGINEERING AND KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT
  • 2016 Ontology Based Data Access with Referring Expressions for Logics with the Tree Model Property in AI 2016: ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • 2016 Abstract Versus Concrete Temporal Query Languages in ENCYCLOPEDIA OF DATABASE SYSTEMS
  • 2016 On Referring Expressions in Information Systems Derived from Conceptual Modelling in CONCEPTUAL MODELING
  • 2016 On Partial Features in the $$\mathcal{DLF}$$ Family of Description Logics in PRICAI 2016: TRENDS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • 2015 Absorption for ABoxes and TBoxes with General Value Restrictions in AI 2015: ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • 2015 On Enumerating Query Plans Using Analytic Tableau in AUTOMATED REASONING WITH ANALYTIC TABLEAUX AND RELATED METHODS
  • 2015 On the Krom Extension of $$\mathcal {CFDI}^{\forall -}_{nc}$$ in AI 2015: ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • 2014-10 Absorption for ABoxes in JOURNAL OF AUTOMATED REASONING
  • 2014 On Adding Inverse Features to the Description Logic $\mathcal{CFD}^{\forall}_{nc}$ in PRICAI 2014: TRENDS IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • 2013 Conjunctive Query Answering in ${\mathcal{CFD}}_{nc}$ : A PTIME Description Logic with Functional Constraints and Disjointness in AI 2013: ADVANCES IN ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
  • 2008-03 On Keys and Functional Dependencies as First-Class Citizens in Description Logics in JOURNAL OF AUTOMATED REASONING
  • 2007 On Order Dependencies for the Semantic Web in CONCEPTUAL MODELING - ER 2007
  • 2006 On Keys and Functional Dependencies as First-Class Citizens in Description Logics in AUTOMATED REASONING
  • 2002-12-16 On Reasoning about Structural Equality in XML: A Description Logic Approach in DATABASE THEORY — ICDT 2003
  • 2001-10-12 On Decidability and Complexity of Description Logics with Uniqueness Constraints in DATABASE THEORY — ICDT 2001
  • 2000 Reasoning about Duplicate Elimination with Description Logic in COMPUTATIONAL LOGIC — CL 2000
  • 1999 Query Processing in Embedded Control Programs in DATABASES IN TELECOMMUNICATIONS II
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