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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
This article introduces XChange, a rule-based reactive language for the (Semantic) Web. Stressing application scenarios, it first argues that high-level reactive languages are needed for both Web and Semantic Web applications. Then, it discusses technologies and paradigms relevant to high-level reactive languages for the (Semantic) Web.doi:10.1007/11580072_15 fatcat:heihzukceza4dmhsa4m75ddbm4