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Advances in Semantic Web and Information Systems
One of the main strengths of the web is that it allows any party of its global community to share information with any other party. This goal has been achieved by making use of a unique and uniform mechanism of identification, the URI (Universal Resource Identifiers). Although URIs succeed when used for retrieving resources on the web, their suitability as a way for identifying any kind of things, for example resources that are not on the web, is not guaranteed. In this article we investigatedoi:10.4018/978-1-60566-992-2.ch007 fatcat:566xlsabj5hhjejzn7z7qefcsi