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See also our german book:  [[Pascal Hitzler]], [[Markus Krötzsch]], [[Sebastian Rudolph]], [[York Sure]], [[Lehrbuch|Semantic Web - Grundlagen]], Springer, 2008. On its [http://semantic-web-grundlagen.de/ website] you can also find supplementary material in German.
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See also our german book:  [[Pascal Hitzler]], [[Markus Krötzsch]], [[Sebastian Rudolph]], York Sure, [http://semantic-web-grundlagen.de/ Semantic Web - Grundlagen], Springer, 2008. On its [http://semantic-web-grundlagen.de/ website] you can also find supplementary material in German.

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book cover (c) CRC Press


Pascal HitzlerMarkus KrötzschSebastian Rudolph

Foundations of Semantic Web Technologies

Chapman & Hall/CRC, 2009, 455 pages, hardcover

ISBN: 9781420090505


Semantic web is a maturing field of technology that continues to be the emphasis of much focused research. This foundational text introduces the standardized knowledge representation languages for modeling ontologies operating at the core of the semantic web. To support the presentation of each language, the authors explain syntax and underlying intuitions through examples, with separate treatment of the underlying formal semantics. They cover RDF schema, Web Ontology Language (OWL), rules, and query languages, such as SPARQL. The book also presents recent developments concerning the OWL 2 revision and the forthcoming Rule Interchange Format (RIF).


Publisher's book website

The book on amazon.com


See also our german book: Pascal Hitzler, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Rudolph, York Sure, Semantic Web - Grundlagen, Springer, 2008. On its website you can also find supplementary material in German.


Table of Contents

Foreword by Amit Sheth

Introduction

Chapters

  1. The Quest for Semantics
  2. Simple Ontologies in RDF and RDF Schema
  3. RDF Formal Semantics
  4. Ontologies in OWL
  5. OWL Formal Semantics
  6. Ontologies and Rules
  7. Query Languages
  8. Ontology Engineering
  9. Applications

Appendices

     A  Extensible Markup Language XML
     B  Set Theory
     C  Logic
     D  Solutions to the Exercises

References
Index


Detailed table of contents (PDF)