By G Antoniou; Frank Van Harmelen
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A hierarchy speciﬁes a class C to be a subclass of another class C if every object in C is also included in C . For example, all faculty are staff members. 1 shows a hierarchy for the university domain. Apart from subclass relationships, ontologies may include information such as • properties (X teaches Y) • value restrictions (only faculty members can teach courses) • disjointness statements (faculty and general staff are disjoint) • speciﬁcation of logical relationships between objects (every department must include at least ten faculty members) In the context of the Web, ontologies provide a shared understanding of a domain.
In this way, differences in terminology between Web pages and the queries can be overcome. In addition, Web searches can exploit generalization/specialization information. If a query fails to ﬁnd any relevant documents, the search engine may suggest to the user a more general query. It is even conceivable for the engine to run such queries proactively to reduce the reaction time in case the TLFeBOOK TLFeBOOK 12 1 The Semantic Web Vision user adopts a suggestion. Or if too many answers are retrieved, the search engine may suggest to the user some specializations.
Org>. There is a good selection of research papers providing technical information on issues relating to the Semantic Web: • D. Fensel, J. Hendler, H. Lieberman and W. Wahlster, eds. Spinning the Semantic Web. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2003. • J. Davies, D. Fensel and F. van Harmelen, eds. Towards the Semantic Web: Ontology-Driven Knowledge Management. New York: Wiley, 2002. org/>). 1 Structured Web Documents in XML Introduction Today HTML (hypertext markup language) is the standard language in which Web pages are written.
A semantic Web primer by G Antoniou; Frank Van Harmelen