Semantic Web[go to overview]
Semantic web describes data on the web maintaining its semantics in such a way that other web applications may "understand" the meaning of the data with only little effort. Semantic web has developed from a research initiative in the late 20th century into a fast growing infrastructure for application domains, such as bioinformatics or eGovernment. This infrastructure is driven by W3C standards as well as by methods and technologies from a diverse area of computer science disciplines, such as artificial intelligence, databases and human-computer interaction. This course will give an overview and introduction to core and current semantic web technologies, including:
- Description Logics;
- XML, RDF, OWL;
- Ontologies, ontology engineering, ontology design patterns;
- SPARQL, named graphs, networked graphs;
- Linked open data;
- Information extraction;
- Semantic Web services
The course "Semantic Web" is part of the "Web Science" track of the Summer Academy 2013 in Koblenz. It is offered as block course from July 4 to July 19.
More information is available here:
- Semantic Web at Summer Academy 2013
Basic knowledge about about logics and data engineering recommended.
The student will be enabled to design and develop semantic Web applications. The student will be enabled to progress Semantic Web technologies in order to broaden and facilitate their use. The student will be enabled to understand the interaction of different standards, their technical implications as well as the social processes that underly various Semantic Web applications.
- 2013/07/05 - Introduction
- 2013/07/08 - Description Logics 1/2
- 2013/07/09 - Description Logics 2/2
- 2013/07/10 - XML
- 2013/07/11 - RDF
- 2013/07/12 - RDFS/OWL
- 2013/07/12 - Linked Open Data
- 2013/07/15 - SPARQL 1/2
- 2013/07/16 - SPARQL 2/2
- 2013/07/17 - Ontology Engineering
- 2013/07/18 - Ontology Pattern Exercise-OE.pdf
- 2013/07/19 - Search Example: Property-based RDF Access
- July 4 12:15-13:45, room A 308 (cancelled)
- July 5 12:15-13:45, room A 308
- July 8 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 9 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 10 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 11 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 12 09:00-10:15, room A 308
- July 12 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 15 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 16 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 17 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 18 10:15-11:45, room A 308
- July 19 10:15-11:45, room A 308
Please note that the first lecture is on July 5 and not on July 4. The lecture from July 4 has been re-scheduled to July 12 08:30-10:00.
For obtaining the credits of the course it is mandatory to take a written exam at the end of the course.
The written exam will be on July 19th at 14:30 and take 60 minutes. The exam will take place in room B.013.
In order to register for the exam it is necessary to register in KLIPS. Students from the summer academy have to register manually by sending an e-mail to Matthias Thimm (email@example.com) indicating the willingness to take the exam.
- Pascal Hitzler, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph. Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies. CRC Press, 2011
- Pascal Hitzler, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph, York Sure. Semantic Web. Springer, 2008
- Dean Allemang, Jim Hendler. Semantic Web for the Working Ontologist. Elsevier, 2011