SEMANTIC WEB FOR THE WORKING ONTOLOGIST EBOOK

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to learn the basics of semantic modeling. Toward that end, we started a standards (including Semantic Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist. Editorial Reviews. Review. "Overall, this book provides a thorough and cogent introduction to Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Computers & Technology. Semantic web for the working ontologist modeling in RDF, RDFS and OWL / Dean Allemang, James A. Hendler. p. cm. Includes bibliographical references and.

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In short, we needed to get the Semantic Web out of the hands of the logicians and Web technologists, whose job had been to build a consistent and robust infrastructure, and into the hands of the practitioners who were to build the Semantic Web. The Web didn't grow to the size it is today through the efforts of only HTML designers, nor would the Semantic Web grow as a result of only logicians' efforts. After a year or so of offering training to a variety of audiences, we delivered a training course at the National Agriculture Library of the U.

Department of Agriculture. Present for this training were a wide variety of practitioners in many fields, including health care, finance, engineering, national intelligence, and enterprise architecture. The unique synergy of these varied practitioners resulted in a dynamic four-day investigation into the power and subtlety of semantic modeling.

Although the practitioners in the room were innovative and intelligent, we found that even for these early adopters, some of the new ways of thinking required for modeling in a World Wide Web context were too subtle to master after just a one-week course.

This is when we realized that although the course was doing a good job of disseminating the information and skills for the Semantic Web, another, more archival resource was needed.

We had to create something that students could work with on their own and could consult when they had questions. This was the point at which the idea of a book on modeling in the Semantic Web was conceived. We realized that the readership needed to include a wide variety of people from a number of fields, not just programmers or Web application developers but all the people from different fields who were struggling to understand how to use the new Web languages.

We realized, however, that not only would such a book be a superhuman undertaking, but it would also fail to serve our primary purpose of putting the tools of the Semantic Web into the hands of a generation of intelligent practitioners who could build real applications.Your review was sent successfully and is now waiting for our team to publish it.

We also had to struggle with a tension between the coherence of the Flexible - Read on multiple operating systems and devices. I know it's system dependent, and therefore not in the scope of this book, but that's useful information.

Not only does it introduce and explain almost all of the concepts in a very clear and lively manner, but it is full of real-world examples. Reviews 0. As a result, the reader is likely to feel that the semantic Web works just as it should.

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I also feel like I have enough of a base to start building some ontologies of my own.

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