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The Semantic Web is the representation of data on the World Wide Web. The W3C is currently developing standards for the semantic web built on a foundation of XML, RDF and OWL.
"The Semantic Web is an extension of the current web in which information is given well-defined meaning, better enabling computers and people to work in cooperation." -- Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler, Ora Lassila, The Semantic Web, Scientific American, May 2001.

 

Active Projects

 LegalCloud.
 Semantic Cloud Services Framework.
 Tables to Linked Data.

Past Projects

 A Personal Agent Application for the Semantic Web.
 ArRf - Activity Recognition with RF.
 Bayes OWL.
 Context Broker Architecture (CoBrA).
 DAML.
 DAML / ITTalks.
 Damlator: Semantic Web Translator.
 DReggie: Semantic Service Discovery Infrastructure.
 FOAF.
 Graph of Relations.
 memeta.
 MGI Semantic Data.
 MTLD: Interpreting Medical Tables as Linked Data.
 Ontology Editor for Eclipse.
 ontosem2owl.
 OWLIR: Information Retrieval On The Semantic Web.
 Policy Compliant Integration of Linked Data.
 Policy Management for Enterprise Applications.
 Policy-based Automated WAN Configuration and Management.
 Privacy for the WWW.
 RAP: RDF Access-control Policiies.
 RDF123.
 Rei : A Policy Specification Language.
 Securing the Semantic Web: A Trust Management Approach.
 Semantic Discovery: Discovering Complex Relationships in Semantic Web.
 Semantic Service Discovery in Bluetooth.
 Semantic Situational Awareness for Intrusion Detection.
 SemNews.
 Spire.
 SweetJess.
 SweetRules.
 Swoogle.
 TAGA.
 Text Mining Approach to Ontology Enrichment.
 UMBC OntoMapper: A Tool For Mapping Between Two Ontologies.
 Wikitology.

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