Wednesday, January 28, 2009

State of the Semantic Web

Danny Ayers, a well known Semantic Web developer, has the first of a three-part article on the state of the semantic web in the latest issue of IEEE Internet Computing.
Danny Ayers, "Delivered Deliverables: The State of the Semantic Web, Part 1," IEEE Internet Computing, vol. 13, no. 1, pp. 86-89, Jan./Feb. 2009.
He writes in the Nodalities blog:
"Well finally I got around to starting this write-up, and the first instalment has appeared in the excellent IEEE Internet Computing. I foolishly thought I’d be able to cover the main ground in one column, now it seems like I’ll need at least three. In Delivered Deliverables I look mostly at the output of the W3C. The provisional plan is to cover infrastructure & backend tools in part two (with comments of the notion of linked data), and move on to real-world applications in part three. Suggestions are very much welcome."
It's a good summary of the standards that have been developed by the W3C to support the Semantic Web.

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