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The evolution of the Web, from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and Semamntic Web.

The evolution of the Web, from Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and Semamntic Web.

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  • 1. The Evolutionof the WEB
    From Web 1.0 to Web 2.0 and Web 3.0
    Carlo TASSO – Univ. of Udine
  • 2. 2
    THE COMPLEXITY OF THE WEB
  • 3. 3
  • 4. 4
    AN EVOLVING COMPLEXITY…
  • 5. 5
    COMPLEXITY PERCEIVED IN 2007
    © C.Tasso - 2008
  • 6. 6
    COMPLEXITY
    PERCEIVED
    IN 2010
  • 7. 7
    THE EVOLUTION OF THE WEB
    • 1990 – 2000 Web 1.0
    • 8. 2000 – 2010 Web 2.0
    • 9. 2008 – …. Web 3.0
    • 10.
  • 8
    Various stages of evolution
  • 11. 9
    WEB 1.0?
    • Itis the Web of ‘informative’ sites, featuringanunidirectionlcommunication flow, from the manager (owner) of the siteto the user
    • 12. Thecontrol on the contentsis 100% in the handsofitsowner
  • 10
    WHAT IS WEB 2.0?
    • Thistermrefersto a stage ofevolutions, characterizedbynewingredientes , newapproaches, and newbalances
  • 11
  • 13. 12
    Maincharacteristicsof Web 2.0 sites
    • UserGeneratedContent(UGC), toolsfor easy publicationofnewcontentsby the users, and contentsharing
    • 14. Activeparticipation, cooperation, bidirectionalcommunication
    • 15. Open and easy access
    • 16. Social network, communities, peering
    • 17. Tagging and Folksonimy
    • 18. Mass collaboration
    • 19. ContentRemixing, syndication, mashup, aggregators
    • 20. Web as a platform, service oreintedplatform
    • 21.
  • 13
    Typicalapplications, tools, and approaches
    of Web 2.0
    • BLOG
    • 22. WIKI
    • 23. feed RSS
    • 24. TAG CLOUD
    • 25. AJAX, API, Web Service, XML, …
    • 26.
    • 27. Free Content
    • 28. New licencingmodes (Creative Commons, … Opensource)
    • 29. New business models (free, free-to-use-pay-for-service, revenuesharing, …)
  • 14
    Some popularWEB 2.0 site
  • 15
  • 61. 16
    The useriscontinuoslychanginghisrole, dynamicallyswitchingfrom a passive roletoanactiveone.
    The consumer becomes a producer PROSUMER
  • 62. Consequences, newopportunities, newchallenges
    Information Overload
    New, preciousknowledgeavailable
  • 63. 18
    The Web meetsArtificial Intelligence
  • 64. 19
    Some AI techniques
    • Understandingconcepts, notonlymatching key words
    • 65. Addingcontext in orderto disambiguate
    • 66. Personalize the interaction
    • 67. Extracting and classifying information
    • 68. Recommendcontents
    • 69. Ranking on the base of the relevanceof thecontent
  • 20
    Whatis WEB 3.0?
    • Web 3.0 is the mostrecentevolutionof the Web,alreadytakingplace
    • 70. The toolsof Web 3.0, alsoknownasSemantic Web, willbeabletoautomaticallyunderstand the meaningof the contentof Web pages, and toreason on them.
    • 71. A Web 3.0 site isnotany more simply ‘anarchiveofwords/video/audio’, and it can beseenas a ‘container ofconcept, a ‘knowldge base’
    • 72. In the Web 3.0 era, wewillhavetoolscapableoffinding information with a high levelofprecision, capableofrelatingconcepts, extractingrelevant information, producingnewknowledge.
    • 73. Allthisispossiblethrough AI techniques
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    Thanks!
    Prof. Carlo Tasso
    carlo.tasso@uniud.it