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   Requirements for semantic web

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  • From: "Ashvil" <ashvil@i3connect.net>
  • To: <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Fri, 19 May 2000 08:19:08 -0700

There are multiple discussions going on about the "Semantic Web", but
most of the posters do not seem to agree on what a Semantic Web means.

I was wondering if we could take a step back and try to discuss the
expectations for applications/agents on the Semantic web.

For example, Peter's post talks about one such expectation
>A user clicks on the link and is sent a document with MIME type
>image/svg. The browser hasn't heard of this, but asks if I want a
>plug-in and then goes to try to find it. I don't know where it gets
it >>from, but it manages it.

What are the other expectations ? I don't think everyone in this group
will agree on what a semantic web means. But if we can understand the
expectations on how intelligent agents should be. We can understand
and write a good set of requirements.

If someone has already put together this list, Please let me know.


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