prof. Riccardo Rosati
The students who want to attend this course are asked to log in their Google account at studenti.uniroma1.it and access Google Classroom; then, students can enroll in the Knowledge Representation and Semantic Technologies course directly using this link or using the code "xdp2kqu". The recordings of lectures and the teaching material will be posted on the above Google Classroom course.
The goal of the course is to provide an introduction to knowledge representation and reasoning, and to focus on the current semantic technologies that are strongly based on knowledge representation and reasoning. In particular, the families of class-based and rule-based knowledge representaton formalisms will be presented, and reasoning techniques for such formalisms will be analyzed. Then, the course will introduce the standard semantic technologies based on the above knowledge representation formalisms: in particular, the RDF language and the OWL language. Finally, the course will briefly describe the usage of machine learning techniques over knowledge bases.
The lectures for a.y. 2022/2023 are held in the first semester (September 27-December 22, 2022).
The lecture schedule is the following:
Remark: to pass the exam, every student has to present a practical project (homework) besides passing the written exam (see the next section on homework assignments).
The written exam is a set of exercises and questions about all the course topics.
Exam dates (the exact dates will be published as soon as possible):
As usual, before every exam date, students MUST reserve for the exam on Infostud. The reservation deadline is 4 days before the exam date.
Every student MUST present a practical project besides passing the written exam. The project consists of creating and managing datasets/knowledge bases through KR-based tools.
Every project consists of:
The student(s) must show the usage of such a tool during a brief presentation.
The presentation of the project can be given during the academic year 2022/2023 (please send an email to prof. Rosati to agree on a date).