A RESTful SWRL Rule Editor
The sparse application of the Semantic Web Rule Language is partly caused by a lack of intuitive rule editors. This applies both from a human user’s, as well as from a software interoperability perspective, as creating and modifying rules is currently hard in distributed Web applications. We introduce a Representational State Transfer-based approach that enables online rule editing to overcome these problems.
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