By Liyang Yu
The Semantic net represents a imaginative and prescient for the way to make the massive quantity of data on the internet immediately processable by way of machines on a wide scale. For this objective, a complete suite of criteria, applied sciences and comparable instruments were targeted and constructed during the last couple of years, and so they have now develop into the root for various new applications.
A Developer’s advisor to the Semantic Web is helping the reader to benefit the center criteria, key parts, and underlying strategies. It presents in-depth assurance of either the what-is and how-to features of the Semantic net. From Yu’s presentation, the reader will receive not just an outstanding realizing concerning the Semantic internet, but in addition how to mix all the things to construct new purposes at the Semantic Web.
Software builders in and scholars focusing on net improvement or Semantic net applied sciences will locate during this publication the main whole consultant to this intriguing box to be had this present day. according to the step by step presentation of real-world initiatives, the place the applied sciences and criteria are utilized, they are going to gather the information had to layout and enforce state of the art applications.
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In this section, we will learn this abstract model in detail. 1 The Big Picture Before we get into the details, let us first take a look at the big picture of this abstract model, so it will be easier for you to understand the rest of its content. The basic idea is straightforward: RDF uses this abstract model to decompose information/knowledge into small pieces, with some simple rules about the semantics (meaning) of each one of these pieces. The goal is to provide a general method that is simple and flexible enough to express any fact, yet structured enough that computer applications can operate with the expressed knowledge.
2 (both the hash one and the slash one) into a Web browser, do we actually get anything back? Or, should we be expecting to get anything back at all? Before the beginning of 2007, there was no expectation that actual content should be served at that location, the reason being URIs do not require the entities being identified to be actually retrievable from the Web. Therefore, the fact that URIs look like a Web address is totally incidental, they are merely verbose names for resources. However, since early 2007, especially with the development of Linked Data project, dereferencing URIs in RDF models should return some content back, so that both human readers and applications can make use of the returned information.
3 are all hash URIs. 1, we do have one more issue to cover: if we use URIs to represent resources as required by RDF abstract model, all the resources will inevitably have fairly long names. This is not quite convenient and not quite readable either. The solution to this issue is quite straightforward: a full URI is usually abbreviated by replacing it with its XML qualified name (QName). Recall in the XML world, a QName contains a prefix that maps to a namespace URI, followed by a colon, and then a local name.