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The Semantic Web Vision: Where Are We?

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1 Author(s)
Jorge Cardoso ; University of Madeira

Semantic Web developers have adopted OWL to represent knowledge. OWL, or a language with similar theoretical foundations, will lead the way in the semantic exploration of the Web. Currently, Web-based standards are the preferred way to represent knowledge. Furthermore, respondents mainly use ontologies to allow both humans and computers to understand knowledge and domain models. Web 3.0 can bring a new breed of spectacular applications compared to Web 2.0. with the same magnitude that separates Web 2.0 from Web 1.0.

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IEEE Intelligent Systems  (Volume:22 ,  Issue: 5 )