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May 2, 2010  7:27 PM

The Challenge of Complex Media in a Relational World, Part 3



Posted by: Roger King
databases, Multimedia, namespaces

Two postings ago, we looked at SQL-based relational databases and why they are not well suited to managing advanced forms of media, like images, language, video, and...

April 20, 2010  7:13 PM

The Challenge of Complex Media in a Relational World, Part 2



Posted by: Roger King
continuous data, databases, namespaces, Semantic Web, SQL, tagging

In the previous posting of this blog, we looked at SQL-based relational databases and why they are not well suited to managing advanced forms of media, like images,...


February 17, 2010  12:38 AM

The Parallel Worlds of Media Databases and Media Metadata



Posted by: Roger King
3D modeling, blob data, continuous data, databases, MODS, Multimedia, namespaces, SQL, tagging, Text, the Metadata Object Description Schema, Video

Searching traditional business data: straight-forward. Managing advanced forms of media, such as images, sound, video, natural language text, and animated models have...


September 9, 2009  6:02 PM

Real-World Look at the Semantic Web, part 2



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, inferences, information, namespaces, RDF, SPARQL, triples, URI's, wikis

This blog is dedicated to the study of emerging Web technology, in particular, ongoing research and development aimed at building software tools that will underlie the emerging Semantic Web. ...


August 31, 2009  3:40 AM

A Real-World Look at the Semantic Web, part 1



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, databases, inferences, information, knowledge, namespaces, ontologies, RDF, Semantic Web, SPARQL, triples, wikis

This blog is dedicated to the study of emerging Web technology, in particular, ongoing research and development aimed at building software tools that will underlie the emerging Semantic Web. In...


August 16, 2009  4:16 AM

Dangers of the Semantic Web: Assertions, Inferences, and Surrogates



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, inferences, namespaces, next generation search engines, smart search engines, surrogates, the Semantic Web

This blog deals with advanced Web technology. Each posting should be quite understandable on its own, but the blog as a whole is a continuing story. We've been looking at the Semantic Web, which is a global effort to automate the searching of the Web, so that applications (we might call them smart...


July 3, 2009  4:28 AM

The Semantic Web: RDF and SPARQL, part 1



Posted by: Roger King
automating Web searches, namespaces, RDF, SPARQL, the Semantic Web, triples, XML

This blog is dedicated to advanced and emerging Web technology.  Each posting is meant to be understandable and informative on its own, but the blog as a whole tells a continuing story.

The Semantic Web.

In this posting, we will focus on the Semantic Web, which...


May 11, 2009  3:07 AM

The Semantic Web: revealing hidden data.



Posted by: Roger King
databases, DB2, dynamic pages, hidden web content, indexing, MySQL, namespaces, Oracle, PostgreSQL, SQL Server, static pages, the Semantic Web, triples

The Hidden Web.

The Semantic Web - a primary topic of this continuing blog series - will help us search the web with greater ease. One of...


May 3, 2009  3:00 AM

Email addresses, the new Web, and NASCAR.



Posted by: Roger King
free email accounts, namespaces, NASCAR-like web ads, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web services, web-based ads, XML

The Semantic Web.

This blog concerns advanced Web technology, in particular,Web 2.0/3.0 and the Semantic Web. Each blog entry should be...


April 26, 2009  8:09 PM

The world of advanced Web applications: what are they?



Posted by: Roger King
distance education, evernote, GlideOS, mashups, namespaces, social networking sites, tagging, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0, web services, wikis, XML, zenbe.com

This blog is dedicated to an ongoing discussion of Web 2.0/3.0 and the Semantic Web. The slant is on the technology itself, how it works and what's...


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