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Structure Paves the Way to the Semantic Web

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The semantic Web, by whatever name it comes to be called, is inevitable. History tells us that as information content grows, so do the mechanisms for organizing and managing it. Over millennia, innovations such as writing systems, alphabetization, pagination, tables of contents, indexes, concordances, reference lookups, classification systems, tables, figures, and statistics have emerged in parallel with content growth.

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Intelligent Systems, IEEE  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 3 )