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Cette page a vocation à rassembler toutes les expériences concernant les technologies du Web sémantique effectuées dans le cadre de mon blog les petites cases . Ces exemples n'ont aucune prétention autre que pédagogique et démonstratif. Leur pérennité n'est pas garantie. Semantic Web labs des Petites Cases
With 2010 fast approaching, it’s time to look into the crystal ball and see what might â€“ or might not â€“ take place in the Web 3.0 world next year. To that end, SemanticWeb.com asked some leaders in the next-generation Web space to share their own predictions around the Semantic Web, semantic technologies, linked data, social networks and all things related. Read on and see if their future-think matches your own. J. Web 3.0 Leaders Look to the Year Ahead - Semantic Web
Social media for lead generation might be all the craze out there, but many businesses I know have little to show for their investment in it, or have yet to get started. The trick is that social media in isolation of other lead generation techniques does not work too well. See, social media is not designed to generate leads: that’s a by-product. But it works great upstream and downstream of other lead generation techniques. With Socialize©, your team and I identify how social media can best work for you, and implement it right away, as part of the workshops’ assignments. Interested in trying it out?
This essay is an attempt to tie together my articles and blog posts on semantic web related topics. Bob DuCharme, last updated 24 September 2009 Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a W3C standard data structure for storing arbitrary data on the web and elsewhere.[ 1 ] Its key advantages include flexibility in describing different kinds of data, ease of aggregation, and the availability of standards supported by both commercial and open source software. RDF, The Semantic Web, and Linked Data
The Semantic Web is based on the relatively straightforward idea that to be able to integrate (link) data on the Web we must have some mechanism for knowing what relationships hold among the data, and how that relates to some “real world” context. The following is a lot of detail that comes from this simple idea. To answer this question properly, let me start back in the early Web era.
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The end of Search? Linked Data, Semantic Web & thoughts.