Role of Existing Techniques inChapter 7Semantic Web
Semantic Web    The Semantic Web is an extension of the    current web in which information is given    well-defined meani...
Semantic Web• The Semantic Web provides a common  framework that allows data to be shared  and reused across application, ...
Software Agents• Characteristics     – Adaptive = cope with changes in the environment;     – Robust = the minor changes i...
Agents & Web Services                       Users                       Agents                     Semantic               ...
Other Techniques•   Information Retrieval•   Data & Web Mining•   Natural Language Processing•   Machine Learning•   Datab...
Other Techniques•   E-Learning•   E-Business•   Knowledge Management•   Semantic Blogging•   Semantic PortalsAkerkar: Foun...
Other Techniques• Semantic Digital Libraries• Semantic Grid• Semantic Enterprise Information  Integration• Bioinformatics ...
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Chapter 7 semantic web

  1. 1. Role of Existing Techniques inChapter 7Semantic Web
  2. 2. Semantic Web The Semantic Web is an extension of the current web in which information is given well-defined meaning, better enabling computers and people to work in co- operation. [Berners-Lee et al., 2001]Akerkar: Foundations of © Narosa Publishing House, 2009 2Semantic Web.
  3. 3. Semantic Web• The Semantic Web provides a common framework that allows data to be shared and reused across application, enterprise, and community boundaries. – --W3C Semantic Web Activity DefinitionAkerkar: Foundations of © Narosa Publishing House, 2009 3Semantic Web.
  4. 4. Software Agents• Characteristics – Adaptive = cope with changes in the environment; – Robust = the minor changes in the properties of the environment should not lead to total collapse of the agent’s behavior; – Tactical = to preserve manifold goals – Cooperative = to interact with other agents. – Versatile = to perform a huge range of tasks.• Semantic Web Platform for Software Agent Technology.Akerkar: Foundations of © Narosa Publishing House, 2009 4Semantic Web.
  5. 5. Agents & Web Services Users Agents Semantic Web Web Services Web Emails Emails Applications Web sites Double-click on me to edit text. Subselect "Title" and type to edit the title.Akerkar: Foundations of © Narosa Publishing House, 2009 5Semantic Web.
  6. 6. Other Techniques• Information Retrieval• Data & Web Mining• Natural Language Processing• Machine Learning• Databases• Semi-structured DatabasesAkerkar: Foundations of © Narosa Publishing House, 2009 6Semantic Web.
  7. 7. Other Techniques• E-Learning• E-Business• Knowledge Management• Semantic Blogging• Semantic PortalsAkerkar: Foundations of © Narosa Publishing House, 2009 7Semantic Web.
  8. 8. Other Techniques• Semantic Digital Libraries• Semantic Grid• Semantic Enterprise Information Integration• Bioinformatics OntologiesAkerkar: Foundations of © Narosa Publishing House, 2009 8Semantic Web.

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