A Literature Review on Semantic Web - Understanding the Pioneers' Perspective

As discussed above we find that these approaches are not mutually exclusive but in practice this is what the pioneers approach should be

Salih Ismail; Talal Shaikh


Scholarcy highlights

  • This “The power of the Web is in its universality. Access by everyone regardless of disability is an essential aspect.” – Sir Tim Berners-Lee The World Wide Web was created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee with the vision of connecting people
  • He tried to counter debate the criticism of Semantic Web just being Web. They have traced back Semantic Web origins back to early concepts of Artificial Intelligence. This would prove to be in alignment with the concepts of how Semantic Web can be used according to Sir Tim Berners-Lee
  • Benslimane et al discuss the importance of how Semantic Web can become important for machines if there is proper method to structure existing data into Semantic format using Resource Description Framework and OWL
  • After a brief analysis of the Literature Review in Semantic Web, we are able to understand the vision of the pioneers of Semantic Web
  • We have broken down Semantic Web into two approaches and explained them individually to reach to an intersection
  • The real value of Semantic Web is at its intersection between the two approaches – The Pioneers’ Perspective

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