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Stephen L. Reed
I've translated OpenCyc to RDF. I dropped non-atomic terms, non-binary assertions, and rules. I've included microtheories (context) however in the Named Graphs version of RDF. The following files are available from the Texai project on SourceForge: open-cyc.n3.ZIP, open-cyc.rdf.ZIP, and open-cyc.trig.ZIP. The TriG format is the one that includes context. See my blog at http://texai.org/blog .
-Stephen L. Reed
Richard H. McCullough
I am especially interested in your TriG output,
because mKR has context.
How can I get TriG output?
Where can I learn more about TriG?
How can I arrange for mKR output from OpenCyc?