Libraries and the Semantic Web

Libraries and the Semantic Web

Keith P. DeWeese, Dan Segal
ISBN: 9781627051958 | PDF ISBN: 9781627051965
Copyright © 2015 | 59 Pages | Publication Date: 12/01/2014

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This book covers the concept of the Semantic Web; what it is, the components that comprise it, including Linked Data, and the various ways that libraries are engaged in contributing to its development in making library resources and services ever more accessible to end-users.

Table of Contents

Dedications
Acknowledgments
Preface
The Concept of a Semantic Web
Semantic Web Components
Linked Data and Library Initiatives
Conclusion
Bibliography
Author Biographies

About the Author(s)

Keith P. DeWeese, Gannett Co., Inc.
Keith P. DeWeese has over 20 years of experience as a librarian and practitioner in the areas of taxonomy and ontology development, text analytics, knowledge management, content management, and information retrieval. He has designed and delivered semantic solutions for a variety of industries including news media, healthcare education, and consumer products, as well as for the government and nonprofit sectors. Keith holds an M.L.S. degree from Florida State University.

Dan Segal, Marcinko Enterprises, Inc.
Dan Segal is a Senior Taxonomist with Marcinko Enterprises, Inc. Dan has over 20 years of experience as a practitioner and consultant in the areas of taxonomy and ontology development, text analytics, knowledge management, content management, and information retrieval. He has designed and delivered semantic solutions for a variety of industries including healthcare, pharmaceutical, consumer products, and media, as well as for the government and nonprofit sectors. Prior to joining MEI, Dan was Manager of Taxonomy Delivery at Dow Jones Client Solutions and Associate Director of Information and Knowledge Integration at Bristol-Myers Squibb. He holds B.S. and M.L.S. degrees from Rutgers University.

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