ExactLearner: A Tool for Exact Learning of EL Ontologies
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We present ExactLearner, a tool for exactly learning and teaching EL terminologies. The learning protocol follows An-gluin’s exact learning model, where an ontology engineer tries to identify an ontology by interacting with a domain expert by asking queries. We implement the learning process as a question-answer game between two components of our system, the learner and the teacher. We evaluate ExactLearner’s performance on EL ontologies from the Oxford ontology repository and demonstrate that despite the algorithm being exponential, it successfully terminates for small and medium size ontologies. We investigate the impact of various learner and teacher features and identify those most useful for learning.
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