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by Grigoris Antoniou,Frank van van Harmelen

eBook A Semantic Web Primer (Cooperative Information Systems series) download ISBN: 0262012421
Author: Grigoris Antoniou,Frank van van Harmelen
Publisher: The MIT Press; second edition edition (March 21, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 288
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Frank van Harmelen is Professor in the Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Group of the Department of Computer Science at the VU University Amsterdam. Библиографические данные. A Semantic Web Primer Cooperative information systems.

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ng systems are also presented . A brief discussion with regard to challenges for the future concludes the article. The semantic web provides the infrastructure for composition of service functionalities, and it aims to create ontology-based and machine-process able the content. automatic service composition. Despite of the significant results being achieved, the task of service composition is still challenging and complex issue.

Frank van Harmelen (born 1960) is a Dutch computer scientist and professor in Knowledge Representation & Reasoning in the AI. .A Semantic Web Primer (Cooperative Information Systems). With Grigoris Antoniou.

Frank van Harmelen (born 1960) is a Dutch computer scientist and professor in Knowledge Representation & Reasoning in the AI department at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. Currently he is scientific director of the LarKC project, "aiming to develop the Large Knowledge Collider, a platform for very large scale semantic web reasoning. Information Sharing on the Semantic Web. With Heiner Stuckenschmidt.

The development of the Semantic Web, with machine-readable content, has the potential to revolutionize the World Wide Web and its use. A Semantic Web Primer provides an introduction and guide to this still emerging field, describing its key ideas, languages, and technologies. Suitable for use as a textbook or for self-study by professionals, it concentrates on undergraduate-level fundamental concepts and techniques that will enable readers to proceed with building applications on their own and includes exercises, project descriptions, and annotated references to relevant online materials. A Semantic Web Primer provides a systematic treatment of the different languages (XML, RDF, OWL, and rules) and technologies (explicit metadata, ontologies, and logic and inference) that are central to Semantic Web development as well as such crucial related topics as ontology engineering and application scenarios. This substantially revised and updated second edition reflects recent developments in the field, covering new application areas and tools. The new material includes a discussion of such topics as SPARQL as the RDF query language; OWL DLP and its interesting practical and theoretical properties; the SWRL language (in the chapter on rules); OWL-S (on which the discussion of Web services is now based). The new final chapter considers the state of the art of the field today, captures ongoing discussions, and outlines the most challenging issues facing the Semantic Web in the future. Supplementary materials, including slides, online versions of many of the code fragments in the book, and links to further reading, can be found at http://www.semanticwebprimer.org.Grigoris Antoniou is Professor at the Institute for Computer Science, FORTH (Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas), Heraklion, Greece. Frank van Harmelen is Professor in the Department of Artificial Intelligence at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Comments: (4)
Blackseeker
This book is what is states on the cover, a primer. The target audience are people who have not worked with the "semantic" web. I've gone back to school after more than a decade working as a programmer in old school environments (mainframe, Unix servers, etc). One of the courses I took was the semantic web. Many books and other resources that discuss the semantic web are as convoluted as the semantic web itself.

I am not a fan of the semantic web; I think it is quite useless. However, it's here and if you find yourself with having to understand the methods behind the semantic web, this book will help get you started. The author does not seek to convert you; just explain the working elements of RDF, OWL and related methods. It helped me understand the basics in a way the confusing and convoluted course material never could.
Taun
It is a really good book that clearly introduces principal aspects of ontologies: tools, applications, logic, engineering design and research topics.
The material is easy to read and suggested readings are useful for a deeper insight of the presented topics. In fact, one of the best thinks the book have are the supplemental reading suggestions.
LeXXXuS
A good overview of Semantic Web from a beginner's standpoint. Would not recommend if you are looking for more advanced reading in this area but is a fantastic entry level text. Recommended.
Dodo
If you've read about the basics of the semantic web online, you won't get much more from this book. There's only 6 pages devoted to SPARQL, and no mention of RDFa. Later chapters (especially "Ontology Engineering") are thin and weak. You learn the dirt basics, but not how to build anything meaningful with it.