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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

 MGI Semantic Data.
 MTLD: Interpreting Medical Tables as Linked Data.
 Policy Compliant Integration of Linked Data.
 Semantic Cloud Services Framework.
 Semantic Situational Awareness for Intrusion Detection.
 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.
 Ontology Editor for Eclipse.
 ontosem2owl.
 OWLIR: Information Retrieval On The Semantic Web.
 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.
 SemNews.
 Spire.
 SweetJess.
 SweetRules.
 Swoogle.
 TAGA.
 Text Mining Approach to Ontology Enrichment.
 UMBC OntoMapper: A Tool For Mapping Between Two Ontologies.
 Wikitology.

Suggestions for Future Projects

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