This category contains sites dedicated to Semantic Web activity, community, research, events and tools. The Semantic Web is a vision: the idea of having data on the web defined and linked in a way that it can be used by machines - not just for display purposes, but for using it in various applications.
Live early adoption and demonstration project enhancing the W3C collaboration environment with shared annotations.
Daily reflections on the ongoing evolution of the Semantic Web.
A blog about digital advertising, cloud computing, social networks, collective intelligence, the semantic web, and the transition between our analogue past and digital future
Paper discusses how syntactic (keyword-based) search can be extended to semantic (concept-based) search while preserving efficient retrieval models and data structures of the syntactic search.
Comparison of Conceptual Graphs as a logic layer to RDF.
A general purpose data processor written in Python. Core language is RDF, extended to include rules, using RDF/XML or RDF/N3 serializations as required.
A backward-chaining reasoner based on RDF and OWL, using resolution inference mechanism and following Euler paths.
About a flash application that provides immediate access to facts. It visualizes information and helpsdiscover relations. Furthermore, it allows to collect interesting bits of information.
A social bookmarking tool which allows people to tag webpages with Wikipedia terms.
Homepage of a Semantic Web textbook, featuring free slide sets of tutorials on semantic technologies.
Connects people and communities by with semantic technology. It enables to share and distribute knowledge.
A framework for a personal semantic desktop system.
Tools for managing voluminous RDF description bases.
Tools for storage and query of structured data and applications for digital libraries and project management. From the Institute for Learning and Research Technology at the University of Bristol.
A visual authoring tool for RDF.
Provide abstracts of downloadable technical papers on various Semantic Web topics like Dynamic Ontologies and Semantic Interoperability.
Offers Semantic Web tools for download, including: Jena .NET, RDF Buddy and Triple Machine.
Collaborative project management and development environment for the Semantic Web
Semantic Hypertext Object Repository. A repository with a free definable meta model where structured documents can be imported after parsing and transforming into XML.
Uses RDF, RDF Schema, and OWL to create ontologies and manage metadata.
Survey and analysis of traditional, new, and arising Web standards and how they can be used to represent machine-processable semantics of Web sources.
Prescient Software provides bespoke semantic web software and knowledge management tools to a range of business users.
European project on developing Semantically Enabled Knowledge Technologies.
Provides consulting and modeling for architectural design employing Semantic Technology in the creation of large enterprise ontologies.
A blog and community about the Semantic Web, Natural Language Processing, Information Retrieval, and related topics.
Explores Universal Semantic Code to help create applications for Semantic WEB.
The Business Special Interest Group provides a survey of companies, technologies and products likely to support Semantic Web projects.
Provides companies, institutions and organizations with professional services related to the Semantic Web. [A-1160 Wien]
Experiment in applying and assembling existing Semantic Web technologies in one day.
Online Journal on Semantic Web research. Listed in the ACM Digital Library.
An attempt to give a high-level plan of the architecture by Tim Berners-Lee.
A non-profit organisation incorporated in Karlsruhe, Germany for the purpose of promoting and exchanging scholarly work in Semantic Web and related fields throughout the world.
Provides reviews, news, case studies on Semantic Web technology. Presents the history, definitions, categories and applications.
A weblog about PhD research on Semantic Web services and multiagent systems.
News and analysis related to the Semantic Web. Focus on the transition from academia to mainstream consumer, business and government use.
Aims to establish Semantics as a core pillar of modern computer engineering.
A human-centric web architecture comprised of semantic markup and fuzzy logics.
Article on the semantic web and its significance for the scientific community by Dr. Albert Benschop (University of Amsterdam).
Article by Uche Ogbuji discusses the limits of today's Web and the challenge of how agents can infer relationships and act on them. Originally published in the "New Architect" e-zine. Explains the basics of RDF.
Lengthy descriptive Scientific American article by Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler and Ora Lassila.
Article on W3C's Semantic Web activity.
An XML hacker discusses XML, RDF and the Semantic Web. Features links to other resources.
Offers an introduction and discusses technologies and developments. By Edd Dumbill, published in O'Reilly XML.com.
Discusses the problems with current notions, popularity ranking and collaborative filtering and suggests next steps. By Andy Oram, published in O'Reilly Network.
Paper exploring the development of a distributed open opinion architecture.
Company that providing consulting and tools for architectural design and implementation of Semantic Technology Solutions with an emphasis on Ontology Engineering.
The W3C Semantic Web Activity has been established to serve a leadership role, in both the design of specifications and the open, collaborative development of technology for the Semantic Web.
The original design and ultimate destiny of the World Wide Web, by its inventor, Tim Berners-Lee. Features a linked glossary, a time line, errata and an excerpt from Chapter 1.
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