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The Semantic Web is a mesh of information linked up in such a way as to be easily processable by machines, on a global scale. mesh of data that are associated in such a way that they can easily be processed by machines instead of human operators. It can be conceived as an extended version of the existing World Wide Web

SWRL: Asemantic webrule language combining OWL and RuleML
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Abstract This document contains a proposal for aSemantic WebRule Language (SWRL) based on a combination of the OWL DL and OWL Lite sublanguages of the OWLWeb Ontology Language with the Unary/Binary Datalog RuleML sublanguages of the Rule

Semantic webroad map
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TheWebwas designed as an information space, with the goal that it should be useful not only for human-human communication, but also that machines would be able to participate and help. One of the major obstacles to this has been the fact that most information on the

Adapting golog for composition ofsemantic webservices
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Abstract Motivated by the problem of automatically composing network accessible services, such as those on the World WideWeb this paper proposes an approach to building agent technology based on the notion of generic procedures and customizing user constraint. We

Semi-automatic composition ofwebservices usingsemanticdescriptions
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Abstract. Aswebservices become more prevalent, tools will be needed to help users find, filter and integrate these services. Composing existing services to obtain new functionality will prove to be essential for both business-to-business and business-to-consumer

D2r server-publishing relational databases on thesemantic web
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Abstract D2R Server is a tool for publishing the content of relational databases on the Semantic Web . Database content is mapped to RDF by a declarative mapping which specifies how resources are identified and how property values are generated from

Explorers guide to thesemantic web
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Some terminology 22 Identifying resources 23 Anonymous resources 25 RDF and conventional databases 25 2.2 Working with RDF properties 28 Properties as resources 28 * Names, labels, and identifiers 29 Properties of statements 30 2.3 Visualizing statements

DAML+OIL: A Description Logic for theSemantic Web
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Abstract Ontologies are set to play a key role in the Semantic Web, extending syntactic interoperability tosemanticinteroperability by providing a source of shared, precisely defined terms. DAML+ OIL is an ontology language specifically designed for use on the

Towards thesemantic web : Collaborative tag suggestions
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ABSTRACT Content organization over the Internet went through several interesting phases of evolution: from structured directories to unstructuredWebsearch engines and more recently, to tagging as a way for aggregating information, a step towards thesemantic web

Semantic webservices
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eLearning based on theSemantic Web
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Abstract: eLearning is fast, relevant and just-in-time learning grown from the learning requirements of the new, dynamically changing, distributed business world. The term Semantic Web encompasses efforts to build a new WWW architecture that supports

Racer: A Core Inference Engine for theSemantic Web .
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Abstract. In this paper we describe Racer, which can be considered as a core inference engine for thesemantic web . The Racer inference server offers two APIs that are already used by at least three different network clients, ie, the ontology editor OilEd, the visualization

Semantic webservice composition planning with owls-xplan
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Abstract We present an OWL-S service composition planner, called OWLS-Xplan, that allows for fast and flexible composition of OWL-S services in thesemantic Web . OWLS- Xplan converts OWL-S 1.1 services to equivalent problem and domain descriptions that are

Thesemantic web : a brain for humankind
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Originally, the computer was intended as a device for computation. Then, in the 1980s, the PC developed into a system for games, text processing, and PowerPoint presentations. Eventually, the computer became a portal to cyberspacean entry point to a worldwide

Ontology versioning on theSemantic Web .
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Abstract Ontologies are often seen as basic building blocks for theSemantic Web as they provide a reusable piece of knowledge about a specific domain. However, those pieces of knowledge are not static, but evolve over time. Domain changes, adaptations to different

A linguistic ontology for thesemantic web
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The World WideWebhas the potential to become a primary source for storing and accessing linguistic data, including data of the sort that are routinely collected by field linguists. Having large amounts of linguistic data on theWebwill give linguists, indigenous

Asemantic webapproach to service description for matchmaking of services
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Abstract. Matchmaking is an important aspect of e-commerce interactions. Advanced matchmaking services require rich and flexible metadata that are not supported by currently available industry standard frameworks for e-commerce such as UDDI and ebXML. The

Ontologies and theSemantic Webfor E-learning
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TheSemantic Webis the emerging landscape of newwebtechnologies aiming atweb based information and services that would be understandable and reusable by both humans and machines. Ontologies, generally defined as a representation of a shared

Automatic Composition ofSemantic WebServices.
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Abstract With the growing number ofWebservices, importance of composing existingWeb Services into more complex services in order to achieve new and more useful solutions is increasing. However, in order to automatically compose new services, existing services

Fuzzy OWL: Uncertainty and theSemantic Web .
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Abstract. In theSemantic Webcontext information would be retrieved, processed, shared, reused and aligned in the maximum automatic way possible. Our experience with such applications in theSemantic Webhas shown that these are rarely a matter of true or false Ontologies play a central role in the development of thesemantic web as they provide precise definitions of shared terms inwebresources. One importantwebontology language is DAML+ OIL; it has a formal semantics and a reasoning support through a

Semantic webservices
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Services represent an important step toward the fullblown vision of theSemantic Web in terms of utilizing, managing, and creatingsemanticmarkup. The relationship between the Semantic Weband the currentWebService architecture depends on your viewpoint. In the

Semantic Weband Peer-to-peer: decentralized management and exchange of knowledge and information
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TheSemantic Weband Peer-to-Peer are two technologies that address a common need at different levels:TheSemantic Webaddresses the requirement that one may model, manipulate and query knowledge and information at the conceptual level rather than at the

Ontology-driven software development in the context of thesemantic web : An example scenario with Protege/OWL
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Abstract Recent efforts towards theSemantic Webvision have lead to a number of standards such as OWL andWebService languages. While these standards provide a technical infrastructure, software developers have little guidance on how to build real-worldSemantic

Semantic webenabledwebservices
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Abstract. Currently, computers are changing from single, isolated devices into entry points to a worldwide network of information exchange and business transactions called the World WideWeb . However, the easy information access based on the success of thewebhas

Querying thesemantic webwith Racer+ nRQL
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Concept and role query atomsConcrete domain (CD): constraint query atoms (with role chains ended by CD attribute)Negation as failure (NAF)True negation (also in role query atoms!)Projection operators to fillers of CD attributes (OWL datatype properties)Projection

Planning forsemantic webservices
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Abstract. UsingSemantic Webontologies to describeWebServices has proven to be useful for various different tasks including service discovery and composition. AI planning techniques have been employed to automate the composition ofWebServices described

Webservice modeling ontology (WSMO)-An ontology forsemantic webservices
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Concepts set of concepts that belong to the ontology, incl. Attributes set of attributes that belong to a concept Relations define interrelations between several concepts Functions special type of relation (unary range= return value) Instances set of instances that belong to

Developingsemantic webservices
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The World WideWebhas tremendously influenced communication between humans and computers, information dissemination and retrieval, and the way business is conducted. Webservices and thesemantic web the two most hyped technologies associated with the

Information retrieval on theSemantic Web : Integrating inference and retrieval
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ABSTRACT One vision of theSemantic Webis that it will be much like theWebwe know today, except that documents will be enriched by annotations in machine understandable markup. These annotations will provide metadata about the documents as well as machine

Towards aSemanticChoreography ofWebServices: from WSDL to DAML-S.
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AbstractThe relation between DAML-S, a language for the description ofWebservices grounded in theSemantic Web and the growingWebservices infrastructure based on WSDL is, by an large, still an open question. In this paper we describe a mapping from

Trust Based Recommender System forSemantic Web .
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Abstract This paper proposes the design of a recommender system that uses knowledge stored in the form of ontologies. The interactions amongst the peer agents for generating recommendations are based on the trust network that exists between them.

Bridging the gap between folksonomies and thesemantic web : An experience report
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Abstract. While folksonomies allow tagging of similar resources with a variety of tags, their content retrieval mechanisms are severely hampered by being agnostic to the relations that exist between these tags. To overcome this limitation, several methods have been proposed

Automatic Interlinking of Music Datasets on theSemantic Web .
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ABSTRACT In this paper, we describe current efforts towards interlinking music-related datasets on theWeb . We first explain some initial interlinking experiences, and the poor results obtained by taking a naive approach. We then detail a particular interlinking

Characterizing knowledge on thesemantic webwith watson
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Abstract. Watson is a gateway to theSemantic Web : it collects, analyzes and gives access to ontologies andsemanticdata available online with the objective of supporting their dynamic exploitation bysemanticapplications. We report on the analysis of 25500 ontologies and

Deliveringsemantic webservices
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ABSTRACT The growing infrastructure forWebServices assumes aprogrammer in the loopthat hardcodes the connections betweenWebServices and directly programsWeb Service composition. Emerging technology based on DAML-S and theSemantic Weballows

Thesemantic webin education
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8 results for you. It does this by employing software agents that can locate and combine information from many sources to build meaningful information collages. Simply tell your agent the focus of your interestwhether a person, subject, activity, question, or whatever

Microblogging: Asemantic weband distributed approach
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Abstract. While microblogging has quickly gained a lot of interest in theWeb2.0 community, it still has not been leveraged to theSemantic Webunlike blogs and wikis. This paper describes the features, methods and architecture of a distributedSemantic Web

Folksonomies, thesemantic web and movie recommendation
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While theSemantic Webhas evolved to support the meaningful exchange of heterogeneous data through shared and controlled conceptualisations,Web2.0 has demonstrated that large-scale community tagging sites can enrich thesemantic webwith readily accessible

Asemanticsimilarity measure forsemantic webservices
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ABSTRACT Establishing the compatibility of services is an essential prerequisite to service composition. By formally defining the similarity ofsemanticservices, useful information can be obtained about their compatibility. In this paper we propose a metric for measuring the

Learning ontologies for thesemantic web
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ABSTRACT TheSemantic Webrelies heavily on the formal ontologies that structure underlying data for the purpose of comprehensive and transportable machine understanding. Therefore, the success of theSemantic Webdepends strongly on the

Towardssemantic webinformation extraction
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Abstract. The approach towardsSemantic WebInformation Extraction (IE) presented here is implemented in KIM a platform forsemanticindexing, annotation, and retrieval. It combines IE based on the mature text engineering platform (GATE1) withSemantic Webcompliant

An annotation framework for thesemantic web
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Abstract Creating metadata by annotating documents is one of the major techniques for putting machine understandable data on theWeb . Though there exist many tools for annotatingwebpages, few of them fully support the creation of semantically interlinked

How to make thesemantic webmoresemantic
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Abstract. TheSemantic Webis notsemantic . It is good for syllogistic reasoning, but there is much more to semantics than syllogisms. I argue that the currentSemantic Webis too dependent on symbolic representations of information structures, which limits its

Inferring reputation on thesemantic web
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ABSTRACT The so-calledWebof Trust is one of the ultimate goals of theSemantic Web . Research on the topic of trust in this domain has focused largely on digital signatures, certificates, and authentication. More social notions of trust which are reputation based are

Mobilizing theSemantic Webwith DAML-enabledWebServices.
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ABSTRACT TheWebis evolvin from a repository for text and images to a provider of services both information-providing services, and services that have some effect on the world. TodaysWebwas designed primarily for human use. To enable reliable, large-scale

Ontology discovery for thesemantic webusing hierarchical clustering
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Abstract. According to a proposal by Tim Berners-Lee, the World WideWebshould be extended to make aSemantic Webwhere human understandable content is structured in such a way as to make it machine processable. Central to this conception is the

Asemantic webapproach to feature modeling and verification
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Abstract. Feature models are widely used in domain engineering to capture common and variant concepts among systems in a particular domain. However, the lack of a formal semantics of feature models has hindered the development of this area. This paper presents

Semanticmatching ofwebservice policies
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Abstract: In this work, we present a novel approach for matching the nonfunctional properties ofWebServices represented using WS-policy. To date, most policy matching has been done using syntactic approaches, where pairs of policies are compared for structural and syntactic

Usingsemantic webmining technologies for personalized e-learning experiences
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ABSTRACT The challenge of theSemantic WebMining technologies in the e-Learning domain can relate to the provision of personalized experiences for the users. Particularly, these applications can take into consideration the individual needs and requirements of

Conceptual open hypermedia= thesemantic web
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ABSTRACT TheSemantic Webis still aweb a collection of linked nodes. Navigation of links is currently, and will remain for humans if not machines, a key mechanism for exploring the space. TheSemantic Webis viewed by many as a knowledge base, a database or an

Kowari: A platform forsemantic webstorage and analysis
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ABSTRACT Large-scaleSemantic Webapplications require large-scale storage of Resource Description Framework (RDF) information and a means to analyze that information via theWebOntology Language (OWL) in near real time. The Kowari Metastore

Closed World Reasoning in theSemantic Webthrough Epistemic Operators.
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Abstract. The open world assumption makes OWL principally suitable to handle incomplete knowledge inSemantic Webscenarios, however, some scenarios desire closed world reasoning. Autoepistemic description logics allow to realise closed world reasoning in open

Applyingsemantic webtechnologies for tourism information systems
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Abstract TheSemantic Webas the next generationwebis the vision of having background knowledge about the meaning ofwebsources stored in a machine-processable and interpretable way. The area of tourism is highly dynamic area that currently already

Querying thesemantic webwith ginseng: A guided input natural language search engine
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Abstract. TheSemantic Webpresents the vision of a distributed, dynamically growing knowledge base founded on formal logic. Common users, however, seem to have problems even with the simplest Boolean expression. As queries fromwebsearch engines show, the

Semantic webfor earth and environmental terminology (sweet)
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For SWEET, we developed a collection of ontologies in the DAML+ OIL ontology language that included both orthogonal concepts (space, time, Earth realms, physical quantities, etc.) and integrative science knowledge concepts (phenomena, events, etc.). We developed a

When owl: sameAs isnt the Same: An Analysis of Identity Links on theSemantic Web .
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ABSTRACT In Linked Data, the use of owl: sameAs is ubiquitous in inter-linkingdata-sets. However, there is a lurking suspicion within the Linked Data community that this use of owl: sameAs may be somehow incorrect, in particular with regards to its interactions with

Watson: Supporting next generationsemantic webapplications
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ABSTRACT Watson is a gateway to theSemantic Web : it collects, analyzes and gives access to ontologies andsemanticdata available online. Its objective is to support the development of next generationSemantic Webapplications that dynamically select,

The linked sensor middleware connecting the real world and thesemantic web
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Abstract. Sensing devices are becoming the source of a large portion of theWebdata. To facilitate the integration of sensed data with data from other sources, both sensor stream sources and data are being enriched withsemanticdescriptions, creating Linked Stream

Composition-driven filtering and selection ofsemantic webservices
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Abstract Creating novel functionality by means of the composition of existingwebservices is essential for a variety of applications. One of the main problems for automatedwebservice composition is the gap between the concepts people use and the data computers interpret. -SOFTWARE SALES SERVICE-https://www.engpaper.net--