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Veuillez vous abonnez aux nouvelles par le billet de notre fil RSS . octobre 26 2012 La grammaire, version 2.0, est plus simple et plus précise (voir la section 8.7) Pour télécharger la nouvelle version cliquez ici : Grammaire 2.0 septembre 7 2012
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 will be about semantic web, personalization (e.g. iGoogle), intelligent search and behavioral advertising among other things. This slide neatly sums up the main differences between Web 1.0, Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. Web 1.0 – That Geocities & Hotmail era was all about read-only content and static HTML websites. People preferred navigating the web through link directories of Yahoo! and dmoz. Web 2.0 – This is about user-generated content and the read-write web.
Any veteran of the software industry will tell you that version 2.0 of any product tends to be a shortlived staging post on the way to 3.0, which is where it finally hits the mark. Windows was a classic example. 1.0 was so buggy it was hardly worth using. 2.0 fixed some serious problems but still had a lot of shortcomings. 3.0, launched in May 1990, was an instant success, and the rest of the story, as they say, is history. Don't be surprised, then, if Web 2.0 also turns out to be just a staging post on the way to a much more mature and durable Web 3.0 is going to deliver a new generation of business applications Web 3.0 era. Over the next couple of weeks I'm going to be writing a series of posts about what I see as the key characteristics of Web 3.0, using a variety of on-demand companies by way of illustration. Of course I'll be mentioning Google, Amazon.com and eBay. But don't assume these companies will inevitably become the dominant players of Web 3.0 .
There are two major pre-requisites for the emergence of the Linguistic Web: 1) A solid Linguistic Parser 2) An extensive Lexical Semantic Database Not only do these two elements need to exist – they must also be generally available to developers worldwide. We will now examine what is the current status of each one of these two crucial components of the Linguistic Web.
On tend à associer web sémantique et ordre, rigidité & froideur. Pourtant, rien n’indique que le web sémantique sera si « automatisé » que l’on le pense ! [...] Une recherche humaine via le graphe mènera à une forte augmentation de la sérendipité : quittant le saut de liens en liens, de serveurs en serveurs, on passera directement de concept à concept. Comme j’ai tendance à l’observer auprès des autres étudiants de mon master, on tend à associer web sémantique et ordre, rigidité & froideur.