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 ====== Semantic Web Technologies ====== ====== Semantic Web Technologies ======
  
-^ topic ^ lecture notes ^ references/​additional material ^  +Table of Content
-| Introduction | {{ :​cours:​sw:​semantic_web_and_linked_data.pdf |The Semantic Web and Linked Data}} | | | +
-| The RDF graph data model   ​| ​  | [[https://​rubenverborgh.github.io/​WebFundamentals/​semantic-web/#​rdf-model|R. Verborgh - RDF]] |  | +
-| RDF Schema ​ |   | [[https://​rubenverborgh.github.io/​WebFundamentals/​semantic-web/#​rdfs-vocabulary| R. Verborgh - RDFS]] | | +
-| Querying RDF with SPARQL ​  | {{ :​cours:​sw:​sparql_18.pdf |SPARQL language}} ​ |  |  | +
-| Querying Linked Data |   ​|{{:​cours:​sw:​hartig-linked-data.pdf|O. Hartig. Querying Linked Data}} <​html><​br/></​html>​ {{ :​cours:​sw:​php-sparql.pdf |Querying SPARQL endpoints with PHP}} <​html><​br/></​html>​ {{ :​cours:​sw:​sample-python-server.txt |From Python (in an HTTP server)}} | +
-| Representing time and space |{{ :​cours:​sw:​timerdf.pdf |Time in RDF}} {{ :​cours:​sw:​intro_geosparql.pdf |GeoSPARQL}} | | +
-| | | | +
-| Ontologies | {{:​cours:​sw:​gen_intro_ontologies.pdf|Introduction to ontologies}} |  |   | +
-| Description logics | {{:​cours:​sw:​dl_basics.pdf|DL Basics}} |  |  | +
-| ::: | {{:​cours:​sw:​subsumption_algos.pdf|Subsumption algorithms}} |  |   | +
-| The OWL Language |   | {{:​cours:​sw:​owl2.pdf|New features ​of OWL2}} |  | +
-| RDF/S Semantics | {{ :​cours:​sw:​rdf-s_semantics.pdf |RDF/S Semantics}} +
-| Rules in description logic | {{:​cours:​cours:​sw:​dl-rules-swrl.pdf|Introduction to SWRL}} <​html><​br/></​html>​ {{:​cours:​sw:​dl-rules-epistemic_v13.pdf|Epistemic logic and rule semantics}}| ​ |   | +
-| Logics, databases | {{:​cours:​sw:​logics_dbs.pdf|1st order logics, databases and logics (Datalog)}} |  |  | +
-| The XML document and data model   | {{:​cours:​sw:​xml-intro_v12.pdf|Introduction to XML}} <​html><​br/></​html>​{{:​cours:​sw:​xml-schema-vshort_12.pdf|XML Schemas (very brief)}} |  |  |+
  
-=== References/​readings === +  * Introduction to the Semantic web and Linked data principles  
- +  * Basic models and languages 
-AntoniouG.van HarmelenF(2008) //A Semantic Web Primer//MIT Press+    * Hierarchicacl exchange models: XML and JSON 
- +    * The resource description framework (RDF) 
-(more to come)+    * Linked data and RDF 
 +    * Querying RDF with SPARQL 
 +* Publishing and sharing data on the Web 
 +    * Shared vocabularies (with RDFS and description logics) 
 +    * Data integration and linking 
 +    * Description logics and DL reasoning in the SW 
 +    * Ontology based data access 
 +    * Technical aspects: SPARQL endpointsfederated queriesRDF fragments, ... 
 +* Space, time and other contexts 
 +    * Representing and publishing geospatial information 
 +    * Modeling time and reasoning with temporal data 
 +    * General models for contextualization 
 +* Knowledge graphs 
 +    * Definition, creation, and use of large knowledge graphs 
 +    * Reasoning on knowledge graphs ​(with different logical languages)
  
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