Semantic Web Topic Hierarchy

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This page describes the taxonomy of Semantic Web top.css adopted by the European projects Knowledge Web (http://knowledgeweb.semanticweb.org) and REWERSE (http://rewerse.net) and maintained by Joerg Diederich.

We also collected Emerging Semantic Web Top.css not yet being included in the hierarchy because there is either no consensus in the community or it has not found a significantly critical mass of papers/workshops/etc.

This version is 2.0. Version 1.1 is available here: (http://semanticweb.org/index.php?title=Semantic_Web_Topic_Hierarchy&oldid=32243), version 1.0, the first one publicly announced on kweb-all can be seen here: ( http://semanticweb.org/index.php?title=Semantic_Web_Topic_Hierarchy&oldid=9657 ). The changes and versions of the topic hierarchy are summarized on the page History of the Semantic Web Topic Hierarchy.

The taxonomy is available as a SKOS vocabulary ( http://www.l3s.de/kweb/swth/swth_skos_v2.0.rdf ). It is also available in OWL as an extension of the SWRC ontology (see http://ontoware.org/projects/swrc/ -> swrc-swtop.css) (currently version 1.1 only).

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  • Knowledge Engineering / Ontology Engineering
    • Ontology Engineering Methodologies
    • Ontology Construction / Learning / Population
    • Ontology Evolution / Maintenance / Versioning (Dynam.css)
    • Ontology Mapping / Translation / Matching / Aligning (Heterogeneity)
    • Ontology Evaluation / Validation
    • Ontology Interoperability / Integration / Merging
    • Ontology Modularization and Composition
    • Ontology Engineering Tools
    • Ontology Visualization
  • Knowledge Representation and Reasoning
    • Log.css
    • Logic Programming
    • Reasoning
  • Basic Web Information Technologies
    • XML
    • Web Data Integration
    • Web Services
    • Personalization Techniques
    • Information Extraction / Web Data Extraction
  • Information Access
    • Query Languages
    • Browsing
    • Query Algebra
    • Query Optimization
    • Visual Querying
    • Event Queries
  • Ontologies on the Semantic Web
    • OWL
    • Resource Description Framework / RDFSchema
    • Legacy Languages (DAML, DAML+OIL)
    • Ontology Repositories
    • Ontology Instances
    • Semantic Annotation
  • Rules
    • Rule Languages
    • Rule Markup
    • Integration of Rules and Ontologies
    • Distributed Rule Processing
    • Deductive Rules
    • Reactive Rules
    • Rule Visualization
  • Security / Trust / Privacy in the Semantic Web
  • Application Domains
    • Knowledge Management
    • elearning
    • Bioinformat.css
    • Multimedia
    • ehealth
    • ebusiness
    • eGovernment
    • Information Retrieval / Search
    • eCulture
    • Human resources
    • Blogs
    • Business Rules
    • Wikis
    • Digital Libraries
    • Data Integration / Enterprise Information Integration
  • Special Top.css
    • Natural Language Processing / Human Language Technologies
    • Social Impact of the Semantic Web
    • Social Networks and Semantic Web
    • Peer-to-Peer and Semantic Web
    • Agents and Semantic Web
    • Semantic Grid
    • Outreach to Industry
    • Benchmarking Scalability
    • Semantic Web Services
    • Semantic Desktop