Semantic web tools and techniques for knowledge organization: An overview
The enormous amount of information generated every day and spread across the web is diversified in nature far beyond human consumption. To overcome this difficulty, the transformation of current unstructured information into a structured form called a "Semantic Web" was proposed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1989 to enable computers to understand and interpret the information they store. The aim of the semantic web is the integration of heterogeneous and distributed data spread across the web for knowledge discovery. The core of sematic web technologies includes knowledge representation languages RDF and OWL, ontology editors and reasoning tools, and ontology query languages such as SPARQL have also been discussed.
Padmavathi, Thimmaiah and Krishnamurthy, Madaiah, "Semantic web tools and techniques for knowledge organization: An overview" (2017). Journal Articles. 2753.