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Identity and Reference on the Semantic Web

author: Paolo Bouquet, Faculty of Economics, University of Trento
published: Nov. 9, 2011,   recorded: November 2007,   views: 2330
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This is a one-hour video recording of the presentation of Paolo Bouquet at the First Asian Autumn School on the Semantic Web. It comprises the video synchronized with the slides (requires Flash) or the video alone.

Table of Contents: '?Knowledge representation is a...' Lecture outline A few basic definitions The Semantic Web: from vision to practice An example ? An example ? Key ideas: a summary An example of RDF statements Knowlegde integration in the global space Issue #1: schema-level heterogeneity Issue #1: schema-level integration Isssue #2: entity-level mismatch Isssue #2: entity-level integration State-of-the-art However ?. Identity and Reference Three critical issues 1. Identities vs. identifiers: abstract resources 1. Identities vs. Identifiers: individuals 1. Identities vs. identifiers 2. What kind of URIs? 3. Managing reference on the SemWeb However ? 3. ENS: a ?DNS? for the Semantic Web An example: creating instances in an ontology Conclusions: Expected advantages Conclusions: A bootstrap for the Semantic Web? References References - II

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