The mission of this Working Group (WG) is to develop a process for encrypting/decrypting digital content (including XML documents and portions thereof) and an XML syntax used to represent the (1) encrypted content and (2) information that enables an intended recipient to decrypt it..
[VORLESUNG: ...just for info, not mandatory]
Ian Horrocks, Peter F. Patel-Schneider, and Frank van Harmelen. From SHIQ and RDF to OWL: The Making of a Web Ontology Language. J. of Web Semantics, 1(1):7-26, 2003.
The Resource Description Framework RDF allows you to describe web documents and resources from the real world—people, organisations, things—in a computer-processable way. Publishing such descriptions on the web creates the semantic web. URIs are very important as the link between RDF and the web. This article presents guidelines for their effective use.
Barry Smith explains scientific ontologies in the sense that a scientific ontology always refers to something existing in reality. In the talk, ontologies will be treated on `word-level`, i.e. neither technology nor implementation are subject of the talk, but only what comes before that in ontological design.