LIBRARIES AND THE SEMANTIC WEB AN INTRODUCTION TO ITS APPLICATIONS AND OPPORTUNITIES FOR LIBRARIES DAN SEGAL
Semantic Web and the Libraries: An Overview
PDF fileSemantic Web and the Libraries: An Overview . Mr. N. Yadagiri1 & Mr. P. Ramesh 2. Abstract . This paper discusses about the concept of semantic web, technologythe , web content writing, and necessity for the development of 3. The various components of semantic web
An introduction to the Semantic Web for health sciences
Objectives: The paper (1) introduces health sciences librarians to the main concepts and principles of the Semantic Web (SW) and (2) briefly reviews a number of projects on the handling of biomedical information that uses SW technology. Methodology: The paper is structured into two main partsCited by: 61Publish Year: 2006Author: Ioana Robu, Valentin Robu, Benoit Thirion
Intro to the semantic web (for libraries)
1. Introduction to theSemantic WebRobin Fay@georgiawebgurlrobin fay @georgiawebgurl 2013 2. ObjectivesBy the end of this session, you’ll• Have an understanding of the basic principles andterminology of the– Semantic Web– Linked data– Library data in semantic web space• BIBFRAME• RDA• FRBRrobin fay @georgiawebgurl 2013 3.
Semantic Digital Libraries | SpringerLink
Libraries have always been an inspiration for the standards and technologies developed by semantic web activities. However, except for the Dublin Core specification, semantic web and social networking technologies have not been widely adopted and further developed by major digital library initiatives and
Transforming Library Metadata into Linked Library Data
IntroductionAn Overview of Library MetadataAn Overview of Linked DataThe Convergence of Linked Data and Library MetadataProblems with Linked DataLooking to The Future of Linked Library DataConclusionReferencesFurther ReadingLibraries and other cultural institutions are experiencing a time of huge, tumultuous change. Standards that have been in use for decades have come under increasing pressure to either adapt to new circumstances or to give way entirely to different standards. While it is clear that change is happening, what is less clear is where that change is taking us. If MARC and AACR2 no longer serve us, then what standards will serve? How can we adapt to fundamental differences in how our data is used wi..See more on ala
Digital Library and Semantic Web – Digital Libraries
Semantic Digital Libraries facilitate the usefulness of the traditional digital libraries by exposing the content of the digital library through a structure and inter-related web so that it can be easily used by both the machines and the users.
Libraries and the Semantic Web | IFLA
libraries on the Web of knowledge : how Semantic Web technologies such as Ontologies, SKOS, etc. relate to libraries efforts in the field of classification, indexing and knowledge management ; new options for searching, browsing and navigating in cross-domain objects linked to the web
Libraries and the Semantic Web: An Introduction to Its
The Semantic Web has been variously described as an -extension of the World Wide Web that enables people to share content beyond the boundaries of applications and websites, - -[World Wide Web Consortium's] vision of the Web of linked data, - a means -to help computers 'read' and use the Web, -
(PDF) Semantic Web and the Libraries: An Overview | CARLO
“The Semantic Web is not a separate web but an extension of the current one, in which information is given well-defined meaning, better enabling computers and people to work in cooperation” (Berners-Lee et al., 2001). The vision, goals, and mission of both the libraries and the Semantic web are similar.