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Leitura do artigo The two cultures: mashing up web 2.0 and the semantic web de 2007.

A proposta do artigo é a junção de Web Semantica com as ferramentas hoje oferecidas por aplicações Web 2.0.

Há uma proposta de como utilizar os serviços web atuais que fornecem informações bem estruturadas no formato RDF e criar uma antologia que se utilize destra infraestrutura para possibilitar reutilização desta informação de uma maneira muito mais precisa e automatizada.

Ha outros casos onde Web services fornecem informações estruturadas em outros formatos como Atom, iCalendar, etc. Transformar esses formatos em RDF segundo o artigo seria algo simples.

Há várias referências de outros projetos que se depararam com o mesmo problema e tantaram resolver de alguma forma. O que deie uma olhada é o FOAF que utiliza de RDF para integrar informação desconexa.

Ler mais sobre RDF é crucial para entender como a junção de Web 2.0 e Semantica seria possível.

Este artigo traz algumas boas referências sobre RDF e Microformatos. Bom lugar para entender mais a respeito.

A partir de agora tudo muda.

Tenho até o final do ano para definir um tema para dissertação e arrumar um orientador. Minha área de interesse saiu de OSGI (micro serviços que não seguem o padrão WS*) para Mashups. Tenho mais um quadrimestre de aula sobre interface Home x Computador e talvez seja uma boa área de pesquisa.

Minha estratégia é definir uma série de artigos a serem lidos semanalmente (toda semana mesmo) e me aprofundar em algum tema interssante que gere um possível tema.

Abaixo seguem os artigos dessa semana.

Os próximos posts serão relacionados a leitura desses artigos.

Boa sorte para mim.

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