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Re: How will the semantic web emerge

From: Phil Archer <parcher@icra.org>
Date: Tue, 13 Dec 2005 15:06:40 -0000
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>
> There will undoubtedly be several different mechanisms that will 
> eventually
> lead to the widespread use of the Semantic Web. I personally think the 
> most
> important one will be for typical HTML web site developers to "mark up"
> selected content on their web sites (names, places and other facts) as
> instance data of classes and properties of remote ontologies.

This is an approach that I and a number of other people are working on. 
We're trying to make it easy to say "everything on this website has 
description A" (with the ability to also say "except things that match 
/$regEx/ in their URL that have description B"). The use cases are centred 
on trustmarks, quality labels and descriptions for child protection purposes 
but the system can equally handle Dublin Core, Creative Commons and all the 
rest.Chapter and verse in a nearly-ready Incubator Activity proposal, 
currently in draft form at 
http://www.icra.org/projects/content_label_incubator_0.9.htm.

Phil.


Phil Archer
Chief Technical Officer, ICRA
www.icra.org

Working for a Safer Internet
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