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  • 1. Web Technology 2ID60 Katrien Verbert Natasha Stash George Fletcher 12 November 2013
  • 2. Welcome to the Web Technology Course! •  Today (hours 5-6) •  Course overview •  RDF, RDFa, linked data, RDF Schema, SPARQL •  Today (hours 7-8) •  Instructions: SPARQL queries •  Thursday (hours 3-4) •  Detailed overview of assignments •  Tutorial: Querying DBpedia
  • 3. Course overview
  • 4. Major topics covered in the course •  Semantic web technologies •  Web applications (architectures, clients, servers, dynamic content) •  Services (SOA, SOAP, RESTfulness) •  Front-end technologies: HTML5, visualisation libraries
  • 5. Mixed audience Lectures and instructions, including tutorials
  • 6. Syllabus •  Course website: http://wwwis.win.tue.nl/~webtechnologie/2ID60/ Or http://bit.ly/2ID60-fall •  We will use SAKAI for posting announcements, lecture slides, assignments, etc.
  • 7. Student responsibilities •  Assignments •  one individual mini-project, •  one individual report assignment, •  one multi-phase team project. •  Grading criteria •  15% individual mini-project, •  15% individual report assignment, •  70% team project.
  • 8. Your first assignment •  Due by 18:00 on Thursday 14 November (i.e., this Thursday) •  Form teams of 3 - 4 people •  Submit on Sakai, under “Assignments: Project part 0” •  Each member of the team must submit this list
  • 9. k.verbert@tue.nl n.v.stash@tue.nl g.l.fletcher@tue.nl 03/28/11

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