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  • Blog post about how to create and use Custom Reasoning and Inference Rules using Virtuoso 8.0. This post covers (with live examples) all the steps required for deploying and using Custom Inference Rules created using terms from the SPIN vocabulary i.e., using SPARQL as a contemporary Rules Language that address the same problem space as Prolog and Datalog of yore.
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