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Querying Dynamic and Context-Sensitive Metadata in Semantic Web

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Querying Dynamic and Context-Sensitive Metadata in Semantic Web
RDF (core Semantic Web standard) is not originally appropriate for context representation, because of its initial focus on the ordinary Web resources, such as web pages, files, databases, services, etc., which structure and content are more or less stable. However, on the other hand, emerging industrial applications consider e.g. machines, processes, personnel, services for condition monitoring, remote diagnostics and maintenance, etc. to be specific classes of Web resources and thus a subject for semantic annotation. Such resources are naturally dynamic, not only from the point of view of changing values for some attributes (state of resource), but also from the point of view of changing “status-labels” (condition of the resource). Thus, context-awareness and dynamism appear to be new requirements to the existing RDF. This paper discusses the issues of representing the contexts in RDF and constructions coming with context representation. We discover certain representation patterns...
Sergiy Nikitin, Vagan Y. Terziyan, Yaroslav Tsaruk
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Type Conference
Year 2005
Where AISADM
Authors Sergiy Nikitin, Vagan Y. Terziyan, Yaroslav Tsaruk, Andriy Zharko
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