Semantic Content Management for Enterprises and the Web

@inproceedings{Sheth2001SemanticCM,
  title={Semantic Content Management for Enterprises and the Web},
  author={Amit Sheth and Clemens Bertram and David Avant and Brian Hammond and K. Kochut and Yashodhan Warke Voquette},
  year={2001}
}
The Semantic Web [Be99], some researchers hope, might have an even bigger impact than what the WWW has achieved. This requires that data or content—whether Web pages or anything exchanged and displayed on Intranets and the Internet—be “semantically” annotated so that the meaning of data is expressed such that programs can understand it [Be99, FM01, BHO01]. The primary benefit of the vision of the Semantic Web is that it juxtaposes semantics and the Web. Semantics, with meaning and use of data… CONTINUE READING
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