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Keywords and Sections
WEB DOCUMENTS
SEMANTICALLY
WEB PROTOCOLS
WEB USAGE MINING
OWL WEB ONTOLOGY LANGUAGE
SEMANTIC WEB PING SERVICE
SEMANTIC ENTERPRISE
SEMANTIC WEB DOCUMENTS
APPROXIMATE REASONING
SEMANTIC WEB SERVICES
HELP
COMPLETE
MONTHS
AUTHORS
TALKING
INTEGRATED
BENEFIT
ELEMENTS
ABILITY
KNOWLEDGE
ANYTHING
SEARCH
CONTENT
PROBLEMS
POTENTIAL
USERS
FOCUS
SOFTWARE ENGINEERING
DESIGN
WORKSHOP
REGARDS
WAY
FIRST STEPS
MAIN OBJECTIVE
QUERY LANGUAGE
DATA MANAGEMENT
COMMUNITY
CONCEPT
ONTOLOGY
SPECIAL ISSUE
SEMANTIC SEARCH
DESCRIPTION LOGICS
CONCEPTUAL GRAPHS
WORLD WIDE WEB
TIM BERNERS-LEE
STANDARDS
Review of Short Phrases and Links

    This Review contains major "Semantic Web"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.

Definitions

  1. Semantic Web is a maturing field of technology that continues to be the emphasis of much focused research.
  2. The Semantic Web is an ecosystem of data, where value is created by the integration of structured data from many sources.
  3. The Semantic Web is a vision of the future of the World Wide Web. (Web site)
  4. The Semantic Web is a mesh of information linked up in such a way as to be easily processable by machines, on a global scale. (Web site)
  5. The Semantic Web is a new layer of the Internet that enables semantic representation of the contents of existing Web pages.

Web Documents

  1. The first level above RDF required for the Semantic Web is an ontology language what can formally describe the meaning of terminology used in Web documents. (Web site)

Semantically

  1. The semantic web provides more structured knowledge such as hand-built ontologies and semantically aware databases. (Web site)

Web Protocols

  1. If folksonomy capabilities were built into the Web protocols, it is possible that the Semantic Web would develop more quickly. (Web site)

Web Usage Mining

  1. Web information retrival, web usage mining, search engines, semantic web.

Owl Web Ontology Language

  1. The OWL Web Ontology Language is a new formal language for representing ontologies in the Semantic Web.

Semantic Web Ping Service

  1. The Semantic Web Ping Service is a notification service for the semantic web that tracks the creation and modification of RDF-based data sources on the Web.

Semantic Enterprise

  1. Thus, the essence of the semantic enterprise and the semantic Web is no more complicated than connecting — meaningfully — data nodes that already exist.

Semantic Web Documents

  1. OWL 2 ontologies provide classes, properties, individuals, and data values and are stored as Semantic Web documents. (Web site)

Approximate Reasoning

  1. Approximate reasoning, medical protocols, semantic web, specification languages for KBS. (Web site)

Semantic Web Services

  1. The aim of the TSC project is to develop Triple Space Computing as communication and coordination framework for Semantic Web and Semantic Web services. (Web site)
  2. A weblog about PhD research on Semantic Web services and multiagent systems.

Help

  1. It is maintained by Mike Bergman with help from the Semantic Web Company.

Complete

  1. Critics question the basic feasibility of a complete or even partial fulfillment of the semantic web. (Web site)

Months

  1. It has been eight months since the last major update to Sweet Tools, AI3 's listing of semantic Web and -related tools. (Web site)

Authors

  1. GRDDL enables authors to extract data from their documents automatically, enabling them to reuse their data and enrich it by connecting to the Semantic Web.

Talking

  1. And in order for the semantic web to be relevant, it needs to be what somebody is talking about. (Web site)

Integrated

  1. To keep the simple tree structure of the topic hierarchy, this topic has not been integrated into the Semantic Web Topic Hierarchy.

Benefit

  1. However, there is still a benefit to linking these concepts across the semantic web. (Web site)

Elements

  1. Other elements of the semantic web are expressed in formal specifications. (Web site)

Ability

  1. The ability to use such bimodal knowledge representation is potentially a major step forward in the evolution of the Semantic Web.
  2. In the latest version, which is 3.0, Semantic Web Ping Service has the ability to validate RDF resources.

Knowledge

  1. Semantic web, OntoWeb, distributed knowledge, collaborative ontology, knowledge retrieval.

Anything

  1. If there was ever anything besides half-assed logicians behind the Semantic Web, it's news to me. (Web site)

Search

  1. Swoogle is a search engine for Semantic Web documents, terms and data found on the Web.

Content

  1. Folksonomy may hold the key to developing a Semantic Web, in which every Web page contains machine-readable metadata that describes its content. (Web site)

Problems

  1. Overcoming some of these problems has resulted in a more formal basis for the Semantic Web and an increase in expressive power in Semantic Web languages.

Potential

  1. Now we can ask whether the Semantic Web, mashups, or their combination, have the potential to help.
  2. The potential of the Semantic Web is demonstrated using SHOE, a prototype ontology language for the Web. (Web site)
  3. In order to achieve its potential, the Semantic Web must provide a common interchange language bridging these diverse systems.

Users

  1. While the semantic web will provide ways for businesses to interoperate across domains the socio-semantic web will enable users to share knowledge. (Web site)

Focus

  1. In the early 2000's the focus shifted to graphs such as social networks and the beginnings of the Semantic Web.

Software Engineering

  1. Current research conducted by KRLAB focuses on information representation and modeling, the Semantic Web and software engineering.

Design

  1. Today description logic has become a cornerstone of the Semantic Web for its use in the design of ontologies. (Web site)

Workshop

  1. This workshop will focus on addressing of the scalability issue with respect to the development and deployment of knowledge base systems on the Semantic Web. (Web site)

Regards

  1. Furthermore, there is confusion with regards to the current status of the enabling technologies envisioned to realise the Semantic Web.

Way

  1. Scientists at the University of Manchester see a way for the semantic web to enhance the browsing experience for visually impaired users.
  2. I began it as a way to learn about available tools in the semantic Web and -related spaces. (Web site)

First Steps

  1. The first steps in weaving the Semantic Web into the structure of the existing Web are already under way. (Web site)

Main Objective

  1. SKOS is built upon RDF and RDFS, and its main objective is to enable easy publication of controlled structured vocabularies for the Semantic Web. (Web site)

Query Language

  1. SPARQL is the query language for the Semantic Web (see Semantic Web use cases).

Data Management

  1. We were very enthusiastic about Oracle's technology leadership in data management for the Semantic Web.

Community

  1. Since then, there has been a huge amount of activity in the Web services community and in the RDF (and Semantic web) community. (Web site)
  2. The Semantic Web can complement the bottom-up effort of the Web 2.0 community in a top-down manner.

Concept

  1. The other concept of validation draws us into thinking about the nature of the Semantic Web, and about the differences between RDF and XML. (Web site)

Ontology

  1. Ontology – the fundamental concept in the Semantic Web – is defined as an explicit specification of shared conceptualization. (Web site)

Special Issue

  1. The special issue will cover interdisciplinary topics between Semantic Web and search.

Semantic Search

  1. Sharing his view on the similarities, Peter suggests the best way to get to semantic search is a blended approach using both NLP and semantic web.

Description Logics

  1. In this course we will survey logic-based in KRR from non-monotonic logics though to description logics and the semantic web. (Web site)

Conceptual Graphs

  1. Conceptual Graphs are easily integrated with the Semantic Web as it is, the mapping being apparently very straightforward.

World Wide Web

  1. The Semantic Web envisions a World Wide Web in which data is described with rich semantics and applications can pose complex queries.

Tim Berners-Lee

  1. Scientific publishing on the "semantic web", Tim Berners-Lee and James Hendler, Nature debates on Future e-access to the primary literature, 12 April 2001. (Web site)
  2. The format is being developed by Tim Berners-Lee and others from the Semantic Web community. (Web site)

Standards

  1. The W3C, led by Tim Berners-Lee and Eric Miller, has made great progress in the standards established for the Semantic Web.

Categories

  1. Computer Science > Ontology > Owl > Rdf
  2. Information Technology > Computer Science > Ontology > Ontologies
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Information > Knowledge > Knowledge Management
  4. Information Technology > Computer Science > Artificial Intelligence > Knowledge Representation
  5. Information Technology > Computer Science > Computational Linguistics > Natural Language Processing

Subcategories

Web Ontology Language

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