An Ontology of Resources: Solving the Identity Crisis

  title={An Ontology of Resources: Solving the Identity Crisis},
  author={Harry Halpin and Valentina Presutti},
The primary goal of the Semantic Web is to use URIs as a universal space to name anything, expanding from using URIs for webpages to URIs for “real objects and imaginary concepts,” as phrased by Berners-Lee. This distinction has often been tied to the distinction between information resources, like webpages and multimedia files, and non-information resources, which are everything from real people to abstract concepts like ‘the integers.’ Furthermore, the W3C has recommended not to use the same… CONTINUE READING
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