Semantic Web is a concept in the development of the World Wide Web and the Internet. In the context of development for Internet of Things and ubiquitous computing, it is necessary that machines can process the information gathered from people. All which are expressed in human language as information on the Internet are a unique description with their meaning. The mechanical use of the data from the braided network of people of data is only possible if the machine can assign their meaning clearly.
Basics of Semantic Web
The Semantic Web is an instance of semantic networks. Semantic Web is also an extension of the World Wide Web. The aim of the Semantic Web is making information usable for computer and thus to automatically arrange it for the interested users during a query. The information on the web are of machinery interprets and automatically can be further processed. Information about places, people and things should be set with the help of semantic web based on the content related to each other.
Reason for implementation of Semantic Web
While the World Wide Web is a way to link data together, the Semantic Web is a way to combine information on the level of importance to each other. The contents of the World Wide Web can be understood and interpreted by humans. Whether it is a piece of text with a first name, a last name, the name of a city or a company or an address, structure of the website – that is not apparent. This hinders the automated processing of content that would be desirable in view of the rapidly growing amount of available information.
The Semantic Web is intended to represent the solution to these problems. The data in a Semantic Web are structured and presented in a form which allows computers to process them according to their substantive meaning. In addition, a Semantic Web allows computers (for realizing the concept), to derive knowledge from the many information of the global data and to generate new knowledge. Origins of the Semantic Web are also in the research field of artificial intelligence.
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