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OILOil India Ltd
OILOperation Iraqi Liberation
OILOrganizzazione Internazionale del Lavoro (Italian)
OILOptical Injection Locking
OILOperator Identification Language
OILOracle I-Learning
OILOntology Interchange Language
OILOpen Image Library
OILOntology Inference Layer
OILOffice of Immigration Litigation (Department of Justice Civil Division)
OILOntology Interchange Language (XML)
OILOutgoing Interface List (computer networking)
OILOklahomans for Independent Living
OILOperating Instruction Letter (California)
OILOpen Issues List
OILOpen Information Locator
OILOMS Interaction Language (GlobIS at ETH Zürich)
OILOrdnance Investigation Laboratory
OILOrganizzazione Italiana Lubrificanti (Italian)
OILOptoelectronic Interconnection Layer
OILOpen Incident Listing
OILObservation, Insight, and Lesson (US Army)
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Languages that allow the semantic annotation of information are becoming widely available; examples include the increasingly mainstream XML as well as newer languages such as the RESOURCE DESCRIPTION FRAMEWORK (RDF), the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) AGENT MARKUP LANGUAGE + ONTOLOGY INFERENCE LAYER (DAML + OIL), and WEB ONTOLOGY LANGUAGE (OWL) motivated by the notion of a semantic web (Berners-Lee, Hendler, and Lassila 2001).
LOOM (MacGregor 1991) is a frequently used system with incomplete description logic reasoning that has also been used commercially for web applications, oil (the ontology inference layer) offers an integration of RDF-RDFS with basically a description logic-based semantics (Decker et al 2000).(6) Thus, it provides a semantically richer and more precise basis than RDF, embracing the current web standards.
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