Wednesday, August 17, 2005

NETSL (Conference)

NETSL held its spring conference in Worcester, Mass, April 8, 2005. One of the main speakers was Grant Campbell, who discussed the Semantic Web in the context of cataloging. Along the way, he showed a frequently-cited schematic from Tim Berners-Lee, illustrating the architecture of the Semantic Web. It is worth noting that Berners-Lee considers Unicode and URIs to be the foundation of this architecture. Unfortunately, Campbell's presentation not yet mounted on the Web, at least I've had no luck finding it, but here's a link to his bibliography.

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