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The World Wide Web consortium is a group of about 370 international companies working together to develop recommendations, or Web standards, for the World Wide Web. W3G announced final approval of two key semantic Web technologies: the revised RDF and OWL. RDF and OWL are semantic Web standards. These standard formats for data sharing span application, enterprise, and community boundaries share the same information, even if they don't share the same software.
Date of Publication: May-Jun 2004