Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Weaving the Thread-Driven Semantic Web

World Wide Web was designed to be a node-driven weaved web. The current web is a set of nodes connected by manually assigned links. In contrast, the ideal Semantic Web (if ever realized) must be a thread-driven weaved web. In such a Semantic Web, the machine-processable semantics are the objective threads that connect all the nodes. In such a Semantic Web, the importance of individual nodes become less and less. On the contrary, threads become fundamental.

I posted a new article at Semantic Focus in which I presented a new vision of Thread-Driven Semantic Web.

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