Semantic Web For Dummies
Whether you re a consumer doing research online, a business owner who wants to offer your customers the most useful Web site, or an IT manager eager to understand Semantic Web solutions, Semantic Web For Dummies is the place to start! It will help you:
Know how the typical Internet user will recognize the effects of the Semantic Web
Explore all the benefits the data Web offers to businesses and decide whether it s right for your business
Make sense of the technology and identify applications for it
See how the Semantic Web is about data while the old Internet was about documents
Tour the architectures, strategies, and standards involved in Semantic Web technology
Learn a bit about the languages that make it all work: Resource Description Framework (RDF) and Web Ontology Language (OWL)
Discover the variety of information-based jobs that could become available in a data-driven economy
You ll also find a quick primer on tech specifications, some key priorities for CIOs, and tools to help you sort the hype from the reality. There are case studies of early Semantic Web successes and a list of common myths you may encounter. Whether you re incorporating the Semantic Web in the workplace or using it at home, Semantic Web For Dummies will help you define, develop, implement, and use Web 3.0.
- Paperback | 432 pages
- 187.96 x 228.6 x 25.4mm | 635.03g
- 30 Mar 2009
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- John Wiley & Sons Ltd
- Chichester, United Kingdom
- 1. Auflage
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Meet the Web of tomorrow -- today! The Semantic Web completely changes how we interact with data in the vastness of the Internet. So whether you're a consumer doing research online, a business owner who wants to offer your customers the most useful Web site, or an IT manager eager to understand Semantic Web solutions, this book is the place to start!
What's Web 3.0? -- explore how the Internet has evolved and where it's going
Change is coming -- know how the typical Internet user will recognize the effects of the Semantic Web
Data or documents? -- see how the Semantic Web is about data while the "old" Internet was about documents
It's business -- explore the data Web's many benefits to businesses
Speak the language -- get into the languages that make it all work: Resource Description Framework (RDF) and Web Ontology Language (OWL)
Jobs, jobs, jobs -- sneak a peek at the variety of information workers that will be needed in our data-driven economy
Some geeky stuff -- tour the architectures, strategies, and standards involved in Semantic Web technology
Already there -- look at existing Semantic Web sites
Open the book and find:
What defines Web 3.0
A quick primer on tech specifications
How business will change as the Semantic Web takes hold
Ten common Semantic Web myths
How to sort the hype from the reality
Interesting case studies of early Semantic Web successes
Key priorities for CIOs
How familiar technologies fit with the Semantic Web
Table of contents
Part I: Welcome to the Future of Data and the Web.
Chapter 1: Getting the Gist of the Semantic Web.
Chapter 2: The Semantic Web in Your Life.
Chapter 3: The Data Web at Work for Business.
Part II: Catch the Wave of Smart Data Today.
Chapter 4: A Quick Semantic Web Primer.
Chapter 5: Why the Semantic Web Is New Technology, Not Hype.
Chapter 6: The Problem with Metadata.
Part III: Building the Semantic Web.
Chapter 7: Using the Resource Description Framework (RDF).
Chapter 8: Speaking the Web Ontology Language.
Chapter 9: Exploring Semantic Web Enablers.
Part IV: Putting the Semantic Web to Work.
Chapter 10: The Rise of the Information Worker.
Chapter 11: Discovering the Enterprise Semantic Web.
Chapter 12: Scalable Architectures.
Chapter 13: Assessment Strategies.
Chapter 14: Exploring the Limitations of the Semantic Web.
Chapter 15: A Guide to Essential Vendor Implementations.
Part V: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 16: Ten Myths About the Semantic Web.
Chapter 17: Ten Things to Look Forward to Beyond Web 2.0.
Chapter 18: Ten Next Steps to Take from Here.
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