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Explorer's guide to the Semantic Web

Author: Thomas B Passin
Publisher: Greenwich : Manning, ©2004.
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A complex series of extensions to the World Wide Web, the Semantic Web's purpose is to make data and services far more accessible to computers and far more useful for people than the web we know today. Written for developers and programmers, this guide seeks to acquaint these users with the basic technologies and their interrelations that will be likely to play key roles in the Semantic Web. Covered are key  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Passin, Thomas B.
Explorer's guide to the Semantic Web.
Greenwich : Manning, ©2004
(DLC) 2004301798
(OCoLC)56066907
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas B Passin
ISBN: 193239432X 9781932394320 1932394206 9781932394207
OCLC Number: 58564623
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 281 pages) : illustrations
Contents: The Semantic Web --
Describing data with RDF --
Navigating information with topic maps --
Annotation --
Searching --
The role of logic --
Ontology --
Semantic Web services --
Agents --
Distributed trust and belief --
Putting it all together --
Case studies.
Responsibility: Thomas B. Passin.
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Abstract:

A complex series of extensions to the World Wide Web, the Semantic Web's purpose is to make data and services far more accessible to computers and far more useful for people than the web we know today. Written for developers and programmers, this guide seeks to acquaint these users with the basic technologies and their interrelations that will be likely to play key roles in the Semantic Web. Covered are key technology areas such as knowledge modeling (RDF, Topic Maps), agents (DAML, FIPA), and Trust and Authentication. A basic conceptual approach is taken so that developers and programmers with a wide range of backgrounds and interests come to understand the essential nature of these areas, how they work, and something about some specific technologies that are being used or proposed. Important points are illustrated with diagrams and code fragments to help develop a familiarity with these Semantic Web initiatives.

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