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The Semantic Web Challenge has been organized in cooperation with the Semantic Web Science Association since 2003 with the aim to offer participants the chance to submit their best Semantic Web Applications.
Two final papers of this special issue will be of particular interest to many readers, because these papers describe the industrial applications of the methods, models, and language means elaborated under the framework of the Semantic Web project.
The major building blocks for enabling the Semantic Web are XML, RDF, and OWL.
From an architectural point of view, the Semantic Web Management System (SWMS) is composed of different modules working together.
The two most important technologies for developing the Semantic Web are eXtensible Markup Language and the Resource Description Framework.
Even if that had been the direction from the front, in the online world, the semantic web would ignore the request and call for reinforcements for the advance.
Semantic Web technologies facilitate translational medicine applications that are just starting to be explored.
Much has been written about the Semantic Web, as if it is a replacement technology for the Web we know today "in reality," said Erie Miller, W3C Semantic Web Activity Lead, "it's more Web Evolution than Revolution.
According to Tim Berners-Lee, director of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), the Semantic Web is "an extension of the current one, in which information is given well-defined meaning, better enabling computers and people to work in cooperation.
Along with biotechnology and nanotechnology advances, the Semantic Web will demand fundamental shifts in the concept of literacy required to be competent.
The SWC was first organized in 2003 to showcase the very latest in semantic web technology, and is open to everyone from industry and academia.
The open-linked data and semantic web approaches to information systems and ontology-based information systems are addressed by researchers in computer and information sciences, along with various underlying database and knowledge representation aspects that impact personalization and customization.

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