Mind the Web!

, , , , , and . New Forms of Reasoning for the Semantic Web: Scalable, Tolerant and Dynamic 2007. Proceedings of the First International Workshop, ISWC 2007, Busan, Korea, November 11, 2007, volume 291 of CEUR Workshop Proceedings, (2007)


This paper argues that a significant part of today’s Semantic Web research is still dominated by ideas from centralized databases. Furthermore, the main thread of reasoning research focusses on approaches that can never scale to anything similar to the Web. Starting from these negative observations we argue that emergent semantics and ontology maturing are more suitable approaches for dealing with ontologies on the Web. Similarly, a few approaches for more Semantic Web appropriate reasoning exist, but are in dire need of realistic use cases.

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