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Ontology in Information Science [Working Title]
The World Wide Web is the result of a radical new way of thinking about sharing information. This idea seems familiar now, as the web itself has become pervasive. But this radical new way of thinking has even more profound ramifications when it is applied to a web of data like the semantic web. These ramifications have driven many of the design decisions for the semantic web standards and have a strong influence on the craft of producing quality semantic web applications. Until several yearsdoi:10.5772/intechopen.88606 fatcat:i2kgd35dwvbe5oy5aqinj6bpku