Bridging the semantic Web and Web 2.0 with Representational State Transfer (REST)

@article{Battle2008BridgingTS,
  title={Bridging the semantic Web and Web 2.0 with Representational State Transfer (REST)},
  author={Robert Battle and Edward Benson},
  journal={J. Web Sem.},
  year={2008},
  volume={6},
  pages={61-69}
}
Semantic Web technologies must integrate with Web 2.0 services for both to leverage each others strengths. We argue that the REST-based esign methodologies [R.T. Fielding, R.N. Taylor, Principled design of the modern web architecture, ACM Trans. Internet Technol. (TOIT) 2 2) (2002) 115–150] of the web present the ideal mechanism through which to align the publication of semantic data with the existing web rchitecture. We present the design and implementation of two solutions that combine REST… CONTINUE READING
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