Difference between revisions of "Semantic Web Tutorial"

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Ontologies and the Semantic Web (presented by the Semantic Web Cluser)
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Hands on: semantic web application development from use case to user testing.
  
Introduction to ontologies and their application in solving some of
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This 6 hr session presented over two half-days is intended to provide both the novice/ beginner/ manager and those already
the basic problems in Earth science metadata. Includes discussion of
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familiar with semantic web technologies in the context of an end-to-end application example. Material to be covered includes:
standards underlying the Semantic Web, such as the Resource
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Motivation and use case development. Use case analysis and model/ ontology development, technology and infrastructure
Description Framework (RDF) and Web Ontology Language (OWL). These XML
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options and methods for choosing. implementation and simple application development, user testing and discussion.
languages provide a framework to explicitly describe heterogeneous
 
data models in support of semantic interoperability.
 
  
This tutorial will introduce the Semantic Web and discuss current applications and
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Sponsors: Products and Services Committee, Information Technology and Interoperability Committee and Semantic Web Cluster.
opportunities for collaboration.
 
  
Duration: 2 hours
 
  
[[Media:Esip_jul07_semanticweb.ppt|Presentation]]
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[[Media:Esip_jul07_semanticweb.ppt|Older Presentation]]

Revision as of 01:15, December 28, 2010

Hands on: semantic web application development from use case to user testing.

This 6 hr session presented over two half-days is intended to provide both the novice/ beginner/ manager and those already familiar with semantic web technologies in the context of an end-to-end application example. Material to be covered includes: Motivation and use case development. Use case analysis and model/ ontology development, technology and infrastructure options and methods for choosing. implementation and simple application development, user testing and discussion.

Sponsors: Products and Services Committee, Information Technology and Interoperability Committee and Semantic Web Cluster.


Older Presentation