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Drupal 7 & The Semantic Web

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  • Put simply, an ontology is a specification of the characteristics of a domain. In other words, precisely what it mean for something to be in a particular domain.\n \nA taxonomy is simply a hierarchical categorization or classification of entities within a domain.\n
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  • 1. Drupal & RDFa: the semantic web cometh
  • 2. Who Am I?
  • 3. Conduct
  • 4. Talk Subject
  • 5. BTW, TheSemantic Web?
  • 6. Semantic Webvs. semantic web
  • 7. Semantics
  • 8. I Love Pizza = I Pizza
  • 9. Semantic Data
  • 10. RDF
  • 11. Triple
  • 12. Subject Predicate Object Pam SpouseCarmen Child Griffin
  • 13. So, BFD?
  • 14. Subject/Predicate/Object = Row/Column/Value
  • 15. RDF/XML
  • 16. N3
  • 17. NTriples
  • 18. Moron, That’s a DB
  • 19. Differences
  • 20. 1. Subject = URI
  • 21. AnyoneAnythingAnything
  • 22. 2. Inference
  • 23. Subject Predicate Object Pam SpouseCarmen Child Child Griffin
  • 24. Ontologies
  • 25. An ontology is a specification of aconceptualization.
  • 26. Relationships
  • 27. A Simple Animal Ontology Body Part Living Thing eats! has part! PlantArm Animal eats! Leg eats! Grass Herbivore Person Tree Carnivore Cow
  • 28. RDFS
  • 29. Properties:Label,SubClass, Range
  • 30. OWL
  • 31. Relationships: sameAs,differentFrom
  • 32. 3. Linked Data
  • 33. May 2008
  • 34. March 2009?
  • 35. August 2010?
  • 36. LinkedVocabularies
  • 37. Friends of aFriend (FOAF)
  • 38. Dublin Core (title, date, subject)
  • 39. Simple Knowledge OrganizationSystem (SKOS)
  • 40. SemanticallyInterlinked Online Communities (SIOC)
  • 41. 4. Network Effect
  • 42. Using RDF
  • 43. SPARQL
  • 44. Creation of New Data
  • 45. RDFa, eRDF &Microformats
  • 46. OK, so, uh, Drupal?
  • 47. RDFa
  • 48. By Default
  • 49. So?
  • 50. Google Rich Snippets
  • 51. Commercial Use
  • 52. Search
  • 53. Powerset
  • 54. Datasets
  • 55. DbPedia
  • 56. Freebase
  • 57. Conclusion
  • 58. Questions?I love hearing from people, so please reach out: Email: gcaprio@1530technologies.com Twitter: gcaprio