Semantic Web Programming The next major advance in the Web?Web 3.0?will be built on semantic Web technologies, which will allow data to be shared and reused across application, enterprise, and community boundaries. Written by a team of highly experienced Web developers, this book explains examines how this powerful new technology can unify and fully leverage the... Linked Data: Structured Data on the Web
About this Book
This book explores the W3C Geolocation API, a specification that provides scripted
access to geographical location information associated with a hosted device.* This API
which the code is executed.
Truly revolutionary: now...
Data Management and Query Processing in Semantic Web Databases
The Semantic Web, which is intended to establish a machine-understandable Web, is currently changing from being an emerging trend to a technology used in complex real-world applications. A number of standards and techniques have been developed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), e.g., the Resource Description Framework (RDF), which...
Practical RDF The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a structure for describing and interchanging metadata on the Web. Practical RDF explains RDF from the ground up, providing real-world examples and descriptions of how the technology is being used in applications like Mozilla, FOAF, and Chandler, as well as infrastructure... A Semantic Web Primer "A book we have been waiting for: a concise yet detailed introduction into the basic concepts and methods for the Semantic Web."
--Rudi Studer, Institute AIFB, University of Karlsruhe, Germany
"This book is a great introduction to the Semantic Web and in particular to the new languages (RDF Schema and OWL) that have...
Advanced XML Applications from the Experts at The XML Guild
The foundations of XML are found in two World Wide Web Consortium
(W3C) recommendations: Extensible Markup Language and Namespaces
in XML. Using just these foundations, it is very simple and straightforward
to express a set of information in a labeled hierarchy. The hierarchy has
simple parent, child, and sibling relationships,... Inside XML
The XML explosion hardly needs any introduction. It's everywhere and there just seems to be no end to what can be done with XML. While writing to the W3C standards, and keeping up with the pace for corporate implementation, you, the programmer or web developer, will need a comprehensive guide to get you started and show you...
XPath 2.0 Programmer's Reference (Programmer to Programmer) From its origins as a sublanguage of XSLT, XPath has come into its own as a key element of XML. XPath 2.0 has emerged as a robust language twice the size of its predecessor, complex and capable of standing on its own.
This substantive volume, by the editor of the W3C® XSLT 2.0 specification, is the authoritative reference on XPath 2.0. It...
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