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Semantic web for the working ontologist : modeling in RDF, RDFS and OWL

Author: Dean Allemang; James A Hendler
Publisher: Amsterdam ; Boston : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers/Elsevier, [2008?]
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The promise of the Semantic Web to provide a universal medium to exchange data information and knowledge has been well publicized. There are many sources too for basic information on the extensions to the WWW that permit content to be expressed in natural language yet used by software agents to easily find, share and integrate information. Until now individuals engaged in creating ontologies-- formal descriptions of  Read more...
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Allemang, Dean.
Semantic web for the working ontologist.
Amsterdam ; Boston : Morgan Kaufmann Publishers/Elsevier, [2008?]
(DLC) 2007051586
(OCoLC)184925396
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dean Allemang; James A Hendler
ISBN: 9780123735560 0123735564
OCLC Number: 272382238
Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 330 p.) : ill.
Contents: 1 WHAT IS THE SEMANTIC WEB? --
2 SEMANTIC MODELING --
3 RDF --
THE BASIS OF THE SEMANTIC WEB --
4 SEMANTIC WEB APPLICATION ARCHITECTURE --
5 RDF AND INFERENCING --
6 RDF SCHEMA LANGUAGE --
7 RDFS-PLUS: --
8 USING RDFS-PLUS IN THE WILD --
9 BASIC OWL --
10 COUNTING AND SETS IN OWL --
11 USING OWL IN THE WILD --
12 GETTING STARTED ON A MODEL --
GOOD AND BAD MODELING PRACTICES --
13 OWL LEVELS AND LOGIC --
14 CONCLUSIONS --
15 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.
Responsibility: Dean Allemang, James Hendler.

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