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December 1, 2009  3:29 AM

Web privacy and the Vast Machine: You ain’t seen nothing yet.



Posted by: Roger King
assertions, inferences, RDF, Semantic Web, SPARQL, triples, Web 2.0, Web 3.0

This blog is dedicated to the Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0 technology. In this posting, we consider privacy and the Semantic Web. The Traveler had it easy. There is a series of three science fiction novels by John Twelve Hawks. They concern a “Traveler” who battles the...

October 11, 2009  11:07 PM

Making information management scale: leveraging metadata on the new Web



Posted by: Roger King
3D modeling, automating Web searches, databases, DB2, information, Multimedia, MySQL, Oracle, PostgreSQL, RDF, Semantic Web, Video, Web 3.0, Web development frameworks, Web3.0

Previous postings of this blog. This blog is dedicated to advanced Web development tools and concepts. Previous blog postings have focused on the emerging


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 5, 2009  9:39 PM

The Semantic Web: RDF and SPARQL, part 5



Posted by: Roger King
data, information, knowledge, ontologies, RDF, the Semantic Web, triples

This posting is a continuation of the previous posting. We are discussing RDF, the "triples" language that is serving as a cornerstone of the Semantic Web effort. The goal of the Semantic Web is to partly automate the searching of the Web, by using RDF to capture deeper semantics of information...


July 29, 2009  2:17 AM

The Semantic Web: RDF and SPARQL, part 4



Posted by: Roger King
RDF, SPARQL, SQL, the Semantic Web, triples, XML

This posting is a continuation of the previous posting. We are discussing RDF, the "triples" language that is serving as a cornerstone of the Semantic Web effort. In this posting, we will look at SPARQL, the web language designed to search data that has been specified as RDF triples. The goal of...


July 18, 2009  9:57 PM

The Semantic Web: RDF and SPARQL, part 3



Posted by: Roger King
RDF, SPARQL, the Semantic Web, triples

This posting is a continuation of the previous posting. We are discussing RDF, the "triples" language that is serving as a cornerstone of the Semantic Web effort. In the previous two postings, we looked at RDF, which is an excellent example of solid software technology: It serves an important...


July 10, 2009  2:35 AM

The Semantic Web: RDF and SPARQL, part 2



Posted by: Roger King
RDF, the Semantic Web, triples, URI's, XML

This posting is a continuation of the previous posting. We are discussing RDF, the "triples" language that is serving as a cornerstone of the Semantic Web effort. In the previous posting, we looked at a simple RDF program, which creates a relationship between a web-based resource and the term...


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...


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