Semantic Web Case Studies Published by SWEO

Do you want to know what problems the Semantic Web solved?

The Semantic Web Education and Outreach (SWEO) Interest Group is pleased to announce the first set of Case Studies and Use Cases giving some examples of how the Semantic Web of machine readable data is used today. Applications are presented in areas ranging from automotive to health care, and from B2B systems to geographical information systems. The SWEO Interest Group will continue to publish new Case Studies and Use Cases in the future; an RSS feed for new submissions is available. A short overview is also available in Open Document Format, PDF, and HTML formats.

see the original post by Susie Stephens at W3C.

One Reply to “Semantic Web Case Studies Published by SWEO”

  1. hm, sounds like you are fudding … please add links to facts. I cannot extract meaning from this:
    * please specify – what is eric up to?
    * which working group is falling apart? If one is falling apart, there are always many running at the same time, one missing doesn’t split W3C.
    * Tim Bl may be a special character, but what are you referring to?

    I would say that the W3C makes its job as a standardization body very good, given the task of “being a standardization body”, there is no silver bullet.

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