Conspansive Manifold, Complexity Generation, Generative Automata, Ontological Knowledge, Infomorphic Semantics, Polymorphic Isotelesis, Holomorphic Autotelesis, Isomorphic Polytelesis, Automorphic Holotelesis, Distributed Koinontelesis, Value Utility - ee
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Cool URIs for the Semantic Web Abstract The Resource Description Framework RDF allows the users to describe Web documents and resources from the real world—people, organisations, things—in a computer-processable way. Publishing such descriptions on the Web creates the Semantic Web. URIs (Uniform Resource Identifiers) are very important, forming the link between RDF and the Web.
The Semantic Web is a web of data. There is lots of data we all use every day, and it is not part of the web. I can see my bank statements on the web, and my photographs, and I can see my appointments in a calendar. But can I see my photos in a calendar to see what I was doing when I took them? Can I see bank statement lines in a calendar?
Overview This Wiki contains a collection of tool references that can help in developing Semantic Web applications. These include complete development environments, editors, libraries or modules for various programming languages, specialized browsers, etc. The goal is to list such tools and not Semantic Web applications in general (the interested reader may consider looking at the W3C SW Use Case Collection for those.)
Linked things « Derivadow.com So this is the question: do you always need separate URIs for non-information resources and the information resource? That is do you need an identifier for both the document and the thing the document is about? Your answer to that question will depend a lot on your attitudes to the semantic web project. Now until recently I would have said “yes you do need both”, but recently I’ve been thinking that perhaps it’s not quite so black and white.
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Everything Is Miscellaneous - Chapter One The New Order of Order Before the Web, the word browsing was usually a polite way of telling a salesperson to buzz off. “May I help you?” a salesperson asks.