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the Semantic Web


July 19, 2011  10:43 PM

Websites versus Web services, part 2



Posted by: Roger King
the Semantic Web, web applications, web services

In the previous posting, we took a shot at defining the term “web services”. We continue that discussion today.

The quiet growth of web services.

Since part of...

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...


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...


June 11, 2009  11:44 AM

The two duct tapes of computing: Excel and Firefox, and the New Web



Posted by: Roger King
browsers, Excel, models of computing, Multimedia, smart browsers, the Semantic Web, Web 2.0, Web 3.0

This blog concerns advanced Web technologies. Each posting should be readable on its own, but the series of blogs as a whole tell a continuous story.

In this posting, we look at the Duct Tape Phenomena.

Excel.

As a researcher, I have worked with biologist in...


May 17, 2009  3:45 AM

The Internet of Things Meets the Internet of Web Apps.



Posted by: Roger King
advanced Web apps, online retail shopping, RFID tags, The Internet of Things, the Semantic Web, Ubiquitous Computing, Web 2.0, Web 3.0

Injecting Smarts into the Semantic Web and Web 2.0/3.0.

In our continuing series on advanced web technology, we've looked at the difference between the

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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...


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