A Semantic Web Primer, 2nd Editionb (Grigoris Antoniou, et al.)

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A Semantic Web Primer, 2nd Editionb (Grigoris Antoniou, et al.)

A Semantic net Primer affords a systematic treatment of the special languages (XML, RDF, OWL, and rules) and technologies (specific metadata, ontologies, and good judgment and inference) which might be critical to Semantic net improvement in addition to such essential associated topics as ontology engineering and application situations.

This extensively revised and updated 2nd version displays current trends inside the subject, covering new software areas and tools. the brand new cloth consists of a discussion of such subjects as SPARQL because of the RDF question language; OWL DLP and its exciting sensible and theoretical residences; the SWRL language (in the bankruptcy on guidelines); OWL-S (on which the dialogue of internet services is now based totally). the brand new final bankruptcy considers the nation of the art of the sphere nowadays, captures ongoing discussions, and descriptions the maximum tough issues going through the Semantic web in the destiny.

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About the Authors
  • Grigoris Antoniou is Professor at the Institute for laptop technological know-how, FORTH (the basis for studies and technology-Hellas), Heraklion, Greece.
  • Frank van Harmelen is a Professor in the department of synthetic Intelligence at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Published Date / Year
2 edition (March 31, 2008)
288 pages

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