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Semantic Web

Having lived with the World Wide Web for twenty years, surfing the Web becomes a way of our life that cannot be separated. From latest news, photo sharing, social activities, to research collaborations and even commercial activities and government affairs, almost all kinds of information are available and processible via the Web. While people are appreciating the great invention, the father of the Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee, has started the plan for the next generation of the Web, the Semantic Web.   Unlike the Web that was originally designed for reading, the Semantic Web aims at a more intelligent Web severing machines as well as people. The idea behind it is simple: machines can automatically process or “understand” the information, if explicit meanings are given to it. In this way, it facilitates sharing and reuse of data across applications, enterprises, and communities.  According to the organisation of the book, the intended readers may come from two groups, i.e. those whose interests include Semantic Web and want to catch on the state-of-the-art research progress in this field; and those who urgently need or just intend to seek help from the Semantic Web. In this sense, readers are not limited to the computer science. Everyone is welcome to find their possible intersection of the Semantic Web.

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Semantic WebEdited by Gang Wu

Published: January 1st 2010

DOI: 10.5772/56563

ISBN: 978-953-7619-54-1

Copyright year: 2010

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27904 Total Chapter Downloads

17 Crossref Citations

17 Web of Science Citations

43 Dimensions Citations

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1. UnBBayes: Modeling Uncertainty for Plausible Reasoning in the Semantic Web

By Rommel Carvalho, Kathryn Laskey, Paulo Costa, Marcelo Ladeira, Laecio Santos and Shou Matsumoto

2499

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2. Alternative Bootstrapping Design for the PORTAL-DOORS Cyberinfrastructure with Self-Referencing and Self-Describing Features

By Carl Taswell

1575

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3. Providing Semantic Content for the Next Generation Web

By Irina Efimenko, Serge Minor, Anatoli Starostin, Grigory Drobyazko and Vladimir Khoroshevsky

1696

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4. Sustainable Advantage for the Investor Relations Team through Semantic Content

By Daniel Hladky

1727

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5. Semantic Infrastructures

By Jiri Dokulil, Jakub Yaghob and Filip Zavoral

1600

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6. Prime Number Labeling Scheme for Transitive Closure Computation

By Gang Wu and Juanzi Li

1576

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7. Towards an Automatic Semantic Data Integration: Multi-agent Framework Approach

By Miklos Nagy and Maria Vargas-Vera

1347

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8. Using Semantic Technology to Enable Behavioural Coordination of Heterogeneous Systems

By Artem Katasonov and Vagan Terziyan

1163

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9. Leveraging Semantic Web Computing for Context-Aware Software Engineering Environments

By Roy Oberhauser

1724

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10. Reasoning and Representing Viewpoints on the Semantic Web

By Christiana Panayiotou

1214

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11. Semantic Web Technologies for Managing EHR-related Clinical Knowledge

By Catalina Martinez-Costa, Marcos Menarguez-Tortosa, Jose Alberto Maldonado and Jesualdo Tomas Fernandez-Breis

2310

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12. Use Case Semantics for Business Process Validation

By Michael Wolters and German Nemirovskij

2924

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13. Semantic-based eService Delivery for eGovernment Domain

By Luis Alvarez Sabucedo, Luis Anido Rifon, Flavio Corradini, Alberto Polzonetti and Barbara Re

1373

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14. Context-aware Service Composition and Change-over Using BPEL Engine and Semantic Web

By Yoji Yamato, Yuusuke Nakano and Hiroshi Sunaga

1212

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15. Metaphor and the Semantic Web

By Jonathan Biguenet, Bogdan D. Czejdo and John Biguenet

1176

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16. Code Clone Detection Using String Based Tree Matching Technique

By Ali Selamat and Norfaradilla Wahid

2788

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