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Semantic Web Tools Tutorial                        Jim Hendler                    hendler@cs.umd.edu                      ...
Outline• Types of tools  – Ontology editors  – APIs  – Persistence and Query• Focus on  – Introductions  – Discriminators ...
Protégé• Open source ontology  editor from Stanford  Medical Informatics   – Large user community• Good GUI interface for ...
SWeDE• Open source Integrated  Development  Environment using  Eclipse• Oriented toward  developers   – Code generation fa...
Jena• Open source API from HP Labs UK• Most popular Java API  – Parser  – Serializer• Extra features  –   Persistence (RDB...
Drive• Open source C# API  – Parser• Works well with COM and .NET• http://www.driverdf.org
cwm• Open source API for Python from W3C  – Parser  – Serializer• Extra features  – Introduced N3 syntax alternative to RD...
Sesame•   Open source query engine    developed by EU•   Supports several query    languages    – RQL    – RDQL    – SeRQL...
Kowari• Scalable open source persistence  – 500 million+ statements  – Transaction management  – 100% Java• Query language...
SweetRules• Open source rule framework• Executes SWRL and RuleML using a variety of  rule engines  –   CommonRules  –   XS...
SemWebCentral• Open source software  development site  dedicated to the  Semantic Web  – 79+ projects  – 257+ developers• ...
Other Resources• SWANS Trade Show  – Includes more commercial tools• Dave Beckett’s RDF Resource Guide  – http://www.ilrt....
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  1. 1. Semantic Web Tools Tutorial Jim Hendler hendler@cs.umd.edu Mike Dean mdean@bbn.com Semantic Web Applications for National Security Arlington, VA 8 April 2005
  2. 2. Outline• Types of tools – Ontology editors – APIs – Persistence and Query• Focus on – Introductions – Discriminators – Demonstrations
  3. 3. Protégé• Open source ontology editor from Stanford Medical Informatics – Large user community• Good GUI interface for subject-matter experts• Extra features – SWRL support – PROMPT versioning• http://protege.stanford.ed u
  4. 4. SWeDE• Open source Integrated Development Environment using Eclipse• Oriented toward developers – Code generation facilities• http://owl- eclipse.projects.semwebc entral.org
  5. 5. Jena• Open source API from HP Labs UK• Most popular Java API – Parser – Serializer• Extra features – Persistence (RDBMS) – Query (RDQL) – Reasoning – Rule Engine• http://www.hpl.hp.com/semweb/
  6. 6. Drive• Open source C# API – Parser• Works well with COM and .NET• http://www.driverdf.org
  7. 7. cwm• Open source API for Python from W3C – Parser – Serializer• Extra features – Introduced N3 syntax alternative to RDF/XML – Rule language – Can be used with –filter mode as a sort of XSLT for Semantic Web content – http://www.w3.org/2000/10/swap/doc/cwm.html
  8. 8. Sesame• Open source query engine developed by EU• Supports several query languages – RQL – RDQL – SeRQL• Supports several persistence mechanisms – RDBMS – Native – User-defined• Tomcat-based server• http://openrdf.org
  9. 9. Kowari• Scalable open source persistence – 500 million+ statements – Transaction management – 100% Java• Query language (ITQL)• http://www.kowari.org
  10. 10. SweetRules• Open source rule framework• Executes SWRL and RuleML using a variety of rule engines – CommonRules – XSB Prolog – JESS – Jena 2• Translates between various rule formats• http://sweetrules.projects.semwebcentral.org
  11. 11. SemWebCentral• Open source software development site dedicated to the Semantic Web – 79+ projects – 257+ developers• Select projects by workflow or other attributes• http://semwebcentral. org
  12. 12. Other Resources• SWANS Trade Show – Includes more commercial tools• Dave Beckett’s RDF Resource Guide – http://www.ilrt.bris.ac.uk/discovery/rdf/resourc es/• Michael Denny’s Survey of Ontology Tools – http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2004/07/14/onto.ht ml
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