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- Subject: Issues with XML and Semantic Web ?
- From: Garfield <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 9 Nov 2004 17:05:19 +0530
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- Reply-to: Garfield <email@example.com>
I apologize if this is not the target audience for this query. But if
any of you feel that this is a question that is worth answering, do
take a peek.
I was running this long philosophical thought on the future of the
Semantic Web and all the excitement that surrounds it. Between all
this excitement, well, I just had a few questions on the following.
1) What are the significant open issues with the Semantic Web ?
2) Is the choice of XML as the syntactic representation of the data
model a long term "right option" ?
3) Your thoughts on the Complexity of the current ontology expression
languages like OWL, DAML+OIL etc.
4) Your thoughts on the adaptability curve for the Ontologies across
Enterprises for the next couple of years and beyond.
Your thoughts are valuable . Dont keep it with you !!!!!