A script of the presentation slides as a PDF file is available for download (3.7 MB):
The source of all code level examples will be provided at tutorial time. This includes a simple OWLlink client applications based on Ruby and an OWL API demo:
- WebAnt: A Web-based Ruby application exposing some reasoning task in the context of a situation-aware framework. Check out the online version at: http://cw.docomolab-euro.com/WebAnt. The complete code is also available: WebAnt.tar.gz (requires Ruby; see README for installation instruction and requirements)
The code level demonstration makes use of systems or software libraries with OWLlink support:
- RacerPro 2.0 public beta: First native implementation of OWLlink supporting the OWLlink core, retraction as well as the HTTP/XML, HTTP/Functional, and HTTP/S-Expression bindings. Will soon be released after ISWC. Please check RacerPro 2.0 public preview
- Thea: Thea is a OWL 2 library for Prolog and supports OWLlink. It can be found at: http://wiki.github.com/vangelisv/thea.
There have been some publications about OWLlink resp. about its predecessors standard as well as intermediate protocol proposals. The following is a list of papers related to the OWLlink protocol (in decreasing relevance):
- T. Liebig, M. Luther, O. Noppens. The OWLlink Protocol. Sixth International Workshop on OWL: Experiences and Directions (OWLED09), Chantilly, VA, USA, October 2009.
- T. Liebig, M. Luther, O. Noppens, M. Rodrigues, D. Calvanesez, M. Wessel, R. Möller, M. Horridge, S. Bechhofer, D. Tsarkov, E. Sirin. OWLlink: DIG for OWL 2. Fifth International Workshop on OWL: Experiences and Directions (OWLED08), Karlsruhe, Germany, October 2008.