The Fractal Nature of the Semantic WebEI
Abstract In the past, many knowledge representation systems failed because they were too monolithic and didn’t scale well, whereas other systems failed to have an impact because they were small and isolated. Along with this tradeoff in size, there is also a constant tension between,the cost involved in build- ing a larger community,that can interoperate through com- mon terms, and the cost of the lack of interoperability. The Semantic Web offers a good compromise,between,these ap- proaches as it achieves wide-scale communication,and i...更多
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