The World Wide Web is the defacto medium for publicly exposing a corpus of interrelated documents. In its current form, the World Wide Web is the Web of Documents. The next generation of the World Wide Web will support the Web of Data. The Web of Data utilizes the same Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) address space as the Web of Documents, but instead of a exposing a graph of documents, the Web of Data exposes a graph of data. Given that the URI address space of the Web is distributed and infinite, the Web of Data provides a single unified space by which the worlds data can be publicly exposed and interrelated. The Web of Data is supported by both graph databases (which structure the data) and distributed computing mechanism (which process the data). This presentation will discuss the Web of Data, graph databases, and models of computing in this emerging space.
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