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Fwd: Re: Fwd: on the field of rule makeup language for semantic web

From: Zahra Ebrahimi Zorghabad <h09zahez@du.se>
Date: Mon, 17 May 2010 10:48:03 +0200
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Dear Public-rif

With many thanks of your answer, I studied the sites you sent me. But I
couldn’t find my answer. My question is that: 
Is there any requirement for a master degree related to computer science
or any courses related to computational language to be able to continue 
for PHD in the field of “Rule Makeup language for Semantic Web”? 
My master degree is General Linguistic.
 Is it enough to continue in the field of “Rule Makeup language for
Semantic Web” for PHD degree?

Many Regards,


>> One of my great interests for PHD is Rule Makeup language for semantic
>> web. But I am not sure whether any computer courses are the
>> requirement for this field? I have studied for master degree in
>> language and linguistic in Sweden and have studied for 2 years about
>> 200 courses with bases for web pages and IT in private
>> institutions. As I am going to do deeper researches in this field,
>> with many thanks, I need your advice who is expert in this wfield.
> The work on rule languages for the semantic web, in recent years, has
> been done as part of the RIF Working Group.  Here's the FAQ for RIF:
>    http://www.w3.org/2005/rules/wiki/RIF_FAQ
> and there's a new mailing list:
>    http://lists.w3.org/Archives/Public/public-rif-dev/
> You may want to subscribe to that list and ask the members for more
> suggestions.
>      -- Sandro
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