|Completion Reasoning Emulation for the Description Logic EL+
|Year of Publication
|Eberhart, A, Ebrahimi, M, Zhou, L, Shimizu, C, Hitzler, P
|Proceedings of the AAAI 2020 Spring Symposium on Combining Machine Learning and Knowledge Engineering in Practice
|Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, USA
|Deep Learning, Description Logic, EL+, LSTM, NeSy, Reasoning
We present a new approach to integrating deep learning with knowledge-based systems that we believe shows promise. Our approach seeks to emulate reasoning structure, which can be inspected part-way through, rather than simply learning reasoner answers, which is typical in many of the black-box systems currently in use. We demonstrate that this idea is feasible by training a long short-term memory (LSTM) artificial neural network to learn EL+ reasoning patterns with two different data sets. We also show that this trained system is resistant to noise by corrupting a percentage of the test data and comparing the reasoner's and LSTM's predictions on corrupt data with correct answers.