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  1. Ready to connect to the Semantic Web - now what?Read the original story

    Dec 2, 2015 | Planet RDF

    As an open data fan or as someone who is just looking to learn how to publish data on the Web and distribute it through the Semantic Web you will be facing the question "How to describe the dataset that I want to publish?" The same question is asked also by people who apply for a publicly funded project at the European Commission and want to have a Data Management plan. Next we are going to discuss possibilities which help describe the dataset to be published.

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  2. Why the 'Star Trek Computer' Will Be Open Source and Apache LicensedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2013 | Slashdot

    Considering that Apache UIMA is a key component of IBM Watson , is it wrong to believe that the organization behind Hadoop , OpenNLP , Jena , Stanbol , Mahout and Lucene will ultimately be the home of a real 'Star Trek Computer'? Quoting: 'When we talk about how the Star Trek computer had "access to all the data in the known Universe", what we really mean is that it had access to something like the Semantic Web and the Linked Data cloud. Jena provides a programmatic environment for RDF, RDFS and OWL, SPARQL and includes a rule-based inference engine.

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  3. The BBC, microformats, RDFa and ResigRead the original story

    Jun 24, 2008 | Edd Dumbill's Weblog

    ... and designers. Riddled with advanced, or just plain confusing, terminology (XML namespaces, Dublin Core, semantic web, and not to mention the addition of many new attributes - like typeof, about, and property) it appears to be solidly entrenched in ...

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  4. How the PoolParty Semantic Suite is learning to speak 40+ languagesRead the original story

    Aug 3, 2015 | Planet RDF

    ... of the European Commission this year, see: ). Here at the Semantic Web Company we also witness fast-growing demands for language-independent and/or specific-language and cross-language solutions ...

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  5. Using SPARQL clause VALUES in PoolPartyRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 26, 2015 | Planet RDF

    ... pairs Gin+Highball glass and Vodka+Old Fashioned glass in a neat way: This entry was posted in Miscellaneous , Semantic Web Applications , SPARQL , Vocabularies & Languages and tagged Linked Data , PoolParty , Query , Semantic Web , SPARQL , Tools ...

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  6. Elevator Pitch for the Semantic WebRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 2, 2011 | Planet RDF

    SemanticWeb.com invited people to make video elevator pitches for the Semantic Web, focused on the question "What is the Semantic Web?". I decided to give it a go.

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  7. Simplified RDFRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2010 | Planet RDF

    ... But the RDF they've added is quite constrained, and is not practically interoperable with the rest of the Semantic Web, because it uses simplified RDF. One could argue that Facebook made a mistake here, that they should be requiring full "normal" ...

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  8. schema-salad 1.6.20160202222448Read the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Python

    ... and transformation to RDF . Salad provides a bridge between document and record oriented data modeling and the Semantic Web. See the specification and the metaschema (salad schema for itself). For an example application of Schema Salad see the ...

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  9. RDF Steps Carefully ForwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2011 | Planet RDF

    Some people complained that the Semantic Web was not ready for anything different; it was still getting used to RDF 1. I clarified that "RDF 2" would be backward compatible and not break existing system, just like "HTML 5" isn't breaking the existing Web. Still, some people prefered the term "RDF 1.1".

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  10. Semantic Web Company with LOD2 project top listed at the first EC Innovation RadarRead the original story

    Jul 14, 2015 | Planet RDF

    ... the innovator company and the quality of the environment in which it operates. AND: among this results, SWC The Semantic Web Company (SWC), based in Vienna, provides companies, institutions and organizations with professional services related to the ...

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  11. LINQRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 30 | SharpToolbox

    ... Designed for Windows Presentation Foundation, Silverlight, and Windows Forms. Previous name: SyncLINQ Semantic web framework for .NET. LinqToRdf provides a way to integrate Semantic Web queries into your software. At the core of the system sits a ...

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  12. Responsive Web Design By Miami Web Developer Adds Broad Accessibility ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Dec 8, 2012 | 24-7 Press Release

    ... (305-597-8340) and Web3.0DesignMiami.com (786-838-0851) form a responsive web design (#RWD) and Semantic Web development boutique that defines success on the Web as high visibility plus broad accessibility. Their HTML5/CSS3 websites are custom ... 3 comments

  13. Simplified RDFRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 10, 2010 | Planet RDF

    ... But the RDF they've added is quite constrained, and is not practically interoperable with the rest of the Semantic Web, because it uses simplified RDF. One could argue that Facebook made a mistake here, that they should be requiring full "normal" ...

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  14. Ready to connect to the Semantic Web - now what?Read the original story

    Dec 2, 2015 | Planet RDF

    As an open data fan or as someone who is just looking to learn how to publish data on the Web and distribute it through the Semantic Web you will be facing the question "How to describe the dataset that I want to publish?" The same question is asked also by people who apply for a publicly funded project at the European Commission and want to have a Data Management plan. Next we are going to discuss possibilities which help describe the dataset to be published.

    Comment?

  15. How the PoolParty Semantic Suite is learning to speak 40+ languagesRead the original story

    Aug 3, 2015 | Planet RDF

    ... of the European Commission this year, see: ). Here at the Semantic Web Company we also witness fast-growing demands for language-independent and/or specific-language and cross-language solutions ...

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  16. Linked Data - the best of two worldsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 2, 2012 | Planet RDF

    ... such as JSON , Microdata or Atom 'allowed'? Should we use distributed vocabulary management (as mandated by the Semantic Web) or is it OK to use Schema.org ? Depending on whom you ask you currently may get different answers but in this case I lean ...

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  17. RDF Steps Carefully ForwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2011 | Planet RDF

    Some people complained that the Semantic Web was not ready for anything different; it was still getting used to RDF 1. I clarified that "RDF 2" would be backward compatible and not break existing system, just like "HTML 5" isn't breaking the existing Web. Still, some people prefered the term "RDF 1.1".

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  18. The BBC, microformats, RDFa and ResigRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 27 | Planet RDF

    ... and designers. Riddled with advanced, or just plain confusing, terminology (XML namespaces, Dublin Core, semantic web, and not to mention the addition of many new attributes - like typeof, about, and property) it appears to be solidly entrenched in ...

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  19. Domain adaptation for ontology localizationRead the original story

    Tuesday Jan 26 | CiteULike

    ... a different cultural context, and has been identified as an important task in the context of the Multilingual Semantic Web vision. The key task in ontology localization is translating the lexical layer of an ontology, i.e., its labels, into some ...

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  20. Why the 'Star Trek Computer' Will Be Open Source and Apache LicensedRead the original story w/Photo

    May 22, 2013 | Slashdot

    Considering that Apache UIMA is a key component of IBM Watson , is it wrong to believe that the organization behind Hadoop , OpenNLP , Jena , Stanbol , Mahout and Lucene will ultimately be the home of a real 'Star Trek Computer'? Quoting: 'When we talk about how the Star Trek computer had "access to all the data in the known Universe", what we really mean is that it had access to something like the Semantic Web and the Linked Data cloud. Jena provides a programmatic environment for RDF, RDFS and OWL, SPARQL and includes a rule-based inference engine.

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