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Excellent Article

Posted on August 15 2003 by eric miller in reponse to The semantic web: How RDF will change learning technology standards

This is a very, very good article This article places RDF, RDF schema and the new Web Ontology work in a very clear context and provides a clear explanation of how RDF provides the basis for the Semantic Web.

Excellent job.

eric miller
semantic web activity lead
w3c world wide web consortium tel:1.614.763.1100

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