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I'm trying to add some probabilistic knowledge into my ontology related to Neurosurgery.

I see that there's FuzzyOWL, an extension that allows me to add concept like priorProbability, conditionalProbability.

My question is how I can do some inference with this knowledge? Is there an engine that run for example a Bayesian Network? Have I to write some rules?

asked 21 Jan '13, 04:53

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FuzzyOWL, as its name indicates, is for fuzzy knowledge. It is not for probabilistic knowledge. There are tools to work with FuzzyOWL (a Protégé 4 plugin, and a reasoner) but you won't find anything probabilistic in there.

What you need is something like PR-OWL, a probabilistic extension of OWL.

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answered 21 Jan '13, 07:42

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