The Semantic Web: The Roles of XML and RDF

  title={The Semantic Web: The Roles of XML and RDF},
  author={Stefan Decker and Sergey Melnik and Frank van Harmelen and Dieter Fensel and Michel C. A. Klein and Jeen Broekstra and Michael Erdmann and Ian Horrocks},
  journal={IEEE Internet Computing},
The World Wide Web is possible because a set of widely established standards guarantees interoperability at various levels. Until now, the Web has been designed for direct human processing, but the next-generation Web, which Tim Berners-Lee and others call the “Semantic Web,” aims at machine-processible information.1 The Semantic Web will enable intelligent services such as information brokers, search agents, and information filters, which offers greater functionality and interoperability than… CONTINUE READING
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