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Relationships between data defines semantic web
Relationships between data defines semantic web
Relationships between data defines semantic web
Relationships between data defines semantic web
Relationships between data defines semantic web
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Relationships between data defines semantic web

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As we head toward the semantic web, the definition of and interaction between data points will be the new normal.

As we head toward the semantic web, the definition of and interaction between data points will be the new normal.

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  • As you can see, there are variety of different things people do online. With the exception of the growth of social media sites, there has been very little change over time in the top activities in the last 10 years or so.Here’s the thing. These are thing we do…activities we perform. Underneath EVERY ONE of these activities is data. Massive amounts of data.
  • As you can see, there are variety of different things people do online. With the exception of the growth of social media sites, there has been very little change over time in the top activities in the last 10 years or so.Here’s the thing. These are thing we do…activities we perform. Underneath EVERY ONE of these activities is data. Massive amounts of data.
  • At the end of the day, it’s all about data, right? Data data data data data!NOT SO FAST! Let’s look at the different TYPES of data and how social is starting to impact the data that is being used to shape search results.
  • Here are a representative sample of a TYPE of data. These are the people, places and things we consumed (and still consume) every day on the web.Each of these data types have their own challenges in regard to data indexation and understanding. Each also have their own specific challenges regarding search.
  • But these aren’t just “data types”. Each type is really a representative label that describes specific things…..
  • And those specific things have relationships to each other. For the first time, we’re on the verge of taking into account the context of all this data. What is the MEANING between and among data.
  • And those specific things have relationships to each other. For the first time, we’re on the verge of taking into account the context of all this data. What is the MEANING between and among data.
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    • 1. DataDataDataDataData
    • 2. Data, data, data,step back…. Let’s take another data, data
    • 3. Types of dataIn the OLD days, internet was about these data Text Sound People Places Images Video
    • 4. Types of dataThese types of data represent real things…. Article Text Sound Song People Person Places City Images Picture Movie Video
    • 5. Types of dataThese things have relationships with each other! Article Song Person City Picture Movie
    • 6. The semantic webSemantic web is built around these relationships between data points.

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