Ontologies on the Semantic Web (Catherine Legg)

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Ontologies on the Semantic Web (Catherine Legg)

Undergraduate engineering students who want to learn more about semantic web technology should read this book.

The book breaks down complex Semantic Web principles into simpler terms, making it a good starting point for learning about Web 3.0.

The book also covers JADE's function in creating the Semantic Web, which is a very unique technology. In addition, the book describes how to put a Semantic Web project into practice. As a result, the book will have a significant impact on students who are considering conducting research projects.

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Dhana Nandini graduated with honors from Fr. Conceicao Rodrigues College of Engineering in India with a degree in computer engineering. For two years in a row, I received the famous SIR RATAN TATA TRUST scholarship for academic performance. During my senior year, Dhana Nandini successfully implemented a project on the "Semantic Web."
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