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Data Semantics : Data Integration and the Semantic Web

@inproceedings{AnDataS,
  title={Data Semantics : Data Integration and the Semantic Web},
  author={Yuan An}
}
Information systems today need to resolve the heterogeneity among data residing in multiple autonomous data sources. In particular, the use of the World Wide Web as a universal medium for exchanging information has radically transformed our vision about data access and manipulation. Following the perspective of the semantic web, we believe that the explicit presentation of data semantics will facilitate data interoperation in a variety of data manipulation tasks. Investigating and capturing the… 

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