Using RDF to describe networks

  title={Using RDF to describe networks},
  author={Jeroen van der Ham and Freek Dijkstra and Franco Travostino and Hubertus M. A. Andree and Cees T. A. M. de Laat},
  journal={Future Generation Comp. Syst.},
Conventions such as iGrid 2005 and SuperComputing show that there is increasing demand for more service options on networks. For such networks, large teams of experts are needed to configure and manage them. In order to make the full potential of hybrid networks available to the ordinary user, the complexity must be reduced. This paper presents the idea of the Network Description Language (NDL), which builds on Semantic Web techniques to create a distributed Topology Knowledge Base (TKB). The… CONTINUE READING
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