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What is the goal?The overall objective of the challenge is to apply "Semantic Web Techniques" in order to build an online application that integrates, combines, and deduces information needed to assist users in performing tasks. The challenge will continue for at least five years and will be updated annually, according to the development of the Semantic Web.
How is the challenge organized?The challenge does not intentionally define specific data sets because the potential applicability of the Semantic Web is very broad.
Therefore, a number of minimal criteria have been defined which allow people to submit any type of ideas in the form of an application. In addition to the criteria, a number of specific desires have been formulated. The more desires are met by the application, the higher the score will be.
A Semantic Web Challenge Advisory board will define an additional goal every year. The board consist of experts working at universities and in private industry. It will also act as a jury and award the best applications at the ISWC conference.
The members are:
|Last modified on 13 October 2003|