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Web 3.0

The term Web 3.0 describes the third generation of the World Wide Web, also known as Semantic Web, that emphasizes on the idea that the user-generated content is published in a machine readable form. The most used format for annotations is the Resource Description Framework (RDF) with the related schema description RDF Schema (RDFS). The purpose of the Semantic Web is to interlink facts and use them in an automatic or semi-automatic way (see Linked Data).

STI International publishes the content of this website in the following formats:

  • RDF: Plain RDF is accessible via SPARQL Endpoint or as RDF Dump.
  • RDFa: Each page is enriched with RDF annotations.
  • Microdata: Each page is enriched with the help of the schema.org vocabulary.

 

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