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Semantic Web Challenge 2003People frrm academia and from industry are invited to submit applications that illustrate the possibilities of the Semantic Web. The applications should integrate, combine, and deduce information from various sources to assist users in performing specific tasks.
The submissions should at least satisfy the minimal requirements for a Semantic Web Application and preferably exhibit some of the additional desires.
Although we expect that most applications will use RDF, RDF Schema, and OWL, this is not an official requirement.
The specific goal for the Semantic Web Challenge 2003 is to utilize at least two external and semantically heterogeneous XML sources. This means that the application should incorporate two data sources that are not controlled by any of the authors of the application (directly nor indirectly) and that these data sources describe data from different points of view (i.e. they do not adhere to the same schema).
|Last modified on 13 October 2003|