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Leveraging of semantic

web
History
Definition and Roadmap
WEB 3.0 Debates
Candidate Web 3.0 technologies
Towards the semantic web
Motivation for the semantic web
Architecture of semantic web
Main components of semantic
web
Micro semantic web
Web 3.0 is a term that has been
coined with different meanings to
describe the evolution of Web usage
and interaction among several
separate paths.

These include transforming the Web


into a database, a move towards
making content accessible by
multiple non-browser applications,
the leveraging of artificial intelligence
technologies, the Semantic web, or
the Geospatial Web.
THE TERM WEB 3.0 FIRST APPEARED IN EARLY
2006 IN A BLOG ARTICLE BY JEFFREY ZELDMAN
CRITICAL OF WEB 2.0 AND ASSOCIATED
TECNOLOGIES SUCH AS AJAX.

MAY 2006 TIM BERNERS LEE.


- on web 2.0 everything looked misty but access to a
semantic web integrated across a huge space of data and
have access to an unbelievable data resource.

NOV 2006 JERRY YANG FOUNDER & CHIEF OF YAHOO.


-net reached critical mass as richer devices and richer
ways of interacting with network ,not only on hardware ……
Web 1.0: Web Browser driven "Interactive Web of
Hypertext" pages where presentation, logic, and
data are indistinguishable

Web 2.0: Web Services based API driven "Web of


services" that separate "Application Logic" from
the intermingled presentation, logic, and data
pages of Web 1.0. Examples of Web 2.0
application profiles include: the use of Ajax . Web
2.0 does not explicitly expose Data Models.
Web 3.0: The final step in the
decomposition of monolithic Web Pages
into discrete components that include the
Presentation (HTML and (X)HTML), Logic
(Web Services APIs), and Data (Data
Models) trinity, it transitions Web
containment from Web Pages to Web Data.
Its emergence simplifies the development
and deployment of Data Model driven
composite applications that provide easy,
transparent and organized access to “the
world’s data, information, and knowledge”
Transforming the web into a database.
An evolutionary path to artificial
intelligence.
The realization of the semantic web &
SOA.
Evolution towards 3D.
Proposed expanded definition.
 WWW now  WWW in the
 Humans do future
everything  Computers do a lot
 Computers as tools more
 Problems abound  Computers work on
our behalf
 Fewer problems…
 Problem: Web was built for humans
 Human interpretation needed to “understand”
content (it does not scale)
 It is particularly difficult to automate “unforeseen”
situations

 Rough solution: make the Web friendlier for


machines
 We need “machine-understandable” content (not
“machine-readable”, we already have that)
 (note: by “machine-understandable” we mean
content with accessible formal semantics)
 The Web is more than just a “library”
 Think of it as infrastructure for services &
 XML provides an elemental syntax for content
structure within documents.
 XML Schema is a language for providing and
restricting the structure and content of elements
contained within XML documents.
 RDF is a simple language for expressing data
models, RDF-based model can be represented in
XML syntax.
 RDF Schema is a vocabulary for describing
properties and classes of RDF-based resources.
 OWL adds more vocabulary for describing
properties and classes:
 First we download the web pages from the
web .

 Then embedded the semantic information into


them

 It consist of two parts

 1.The web information between rdf_discription


& /rdf_discription

 2.The information between ontopath &/ontopath