Practical RDF. Shelley Powers

Practical RDF

ISBN: 0596002637,9780596002633 | 331 pages | 9 Mb

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Practical RDF Shelley Powers
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Xmlhack: Practical RDF Town Hall Around 30 people attended the Practical RDF Town Hall at the XML 2003 conference this week, watching demos and asking questions. In fact, I often advise people to search for Linked Data rather than Semantic Web as the usefulness of the results in a practical context is vast. Really desirable fiscally “Bring your woolies and your wellies” while practical advice this summer, isn't really a siren call to tourists. So in that context, I don't think it's practical to ask, say, a Zotero user to help catalog journal issues. Michael Hunger however informed me that the neo-rdf-sail component is no longer under Through Datablend, Davy aims at sharing his practical experience within a broader IT environment. A couple of years ago, I started reading Shelley Powers' book, “Practical RDF” [1]. The arguments presented are for both the engineer working with small organizations encumbered by reality, and the RDF purist encumbered by a vision. The mashup examples use all of these, and they are very practical projects. There is a Web log, by the author, dedicated to the book.