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Improving the art of Semantic Web Application development

From: Emanuele Della Valle <emanuele.dellavalle@polimi.it>
Date: Mon, 31 Jan 2011 17:31:39 +0100
Message-ID: <4D46E3EB.7050601@polimi.it>
To: semantic-web@w3.org
Dear researchers and practitioners,

we are running a survey trying to understand how to make
Semantic Web application development Easier, Better and Faster.

While the demand for solutions based on Semantic Web Technologies
(SWTs) is rapidly growing, engineering a Semantic Web Application
(SWA) is still largely an art.

The achievement for a better methodology in the development of
semantic applications could be definitely, a key point in the
improvement of your work.

For this we are asking you professionals who could help in this useful
process for both fields: research as well as industry area.
The more people contribute the better, this WILL ONLY TAKE You 10
minutes. By carrying out the survey it is proposed following the link,
your contribution will be a significant aspect in the processing of a
more effective SWAs development method, which will certainly be useful
in your business.


Sound interesting? Please note:
We collect no personal information about you when you visit the
survey. The personal information you are asked to insert, as well as,
the answers given are going to be kept private. We assume the
responsibility of not sharing the information or use for any kind of
purpose except for gathering and interpreting the results in a report paper.
-If you wish, you may receive the results of the survey (you can
express it in an appropriate section of the survey);
-We are very grateful for your efforts. We can provide, if you wish,
the results of the survey in advance this spring (you can express it
in an appropriate section of the survey). Otherwise, you may access
the entire work in December.
-The questionnaire is structured in a maximum of 8 groups of short
sub-questions and it has been designed for quickly compilation.

Yours sincerely,

Emanuele Della Valle and Gaetano Niro
Received on Monday, 31 January 2011 16:32:11 UTC

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