Extending faceted navigation for RDF data
Data on the Semantic Web is semi-structured and does not, follow one fixed schema. Faceted browsing is a natural technique, for navigating such data, partitioning the information space into orthogonal conceptual dimensions. The document develops an, expressive faceted interface for semi-structured data, then develops metrics, for automatic ranking of facet quality, bypassing the need for manual, construction of the interface. A prototype for faceted navigation of arbitrary RDF data.
A Query and Inference Service for RDF
Paper describes some techniques used in logic program evaluation and examines how RDF descriptions fit into this framework.
Storing RDF in a relational database
An informal summary of various approaches to storing RDF in a relational database by Sergey Melnik (Stanford).
Metadata for Web Resources: How Metadata Works on the Web
By Martin Dillon. "The task of this paper: how do we gain (bibliographic) control over knowledge resources on the Web?". (January 01, 2001)
Query + Metadata + Logic = Metalog
A paper on a querying language, Metalog, which allows users to write inference rules and queries in English-like syntax. Shows how these reasoning rules have equivalent representation both as RDF descriptions and as logic programs. (December 05, 1998)
Web design issues; What a semantic can represent
What the semantic web is not, and how other data models map into directed labelled graphs by Tim Berners-Lee. (September 17, 1998)
Semantic Web roadmap
An attempt to give a high-level plan of the architecture of the Semantic Web by Tim Berners-Lee. (September 14, 1998)
Semantic Web: Why RDF is more than XML
An overview on why RDF model is different from the XML model by Tim Berners-Lee. (September 14, 1998)
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