Homework #2 Resources
You may find the following resources useful when attempting exercise 4 of
- Building Web Pages
- Information on how to set up and author web pages at Lehigh.
- The SHOE Web Site
- Contains pointers to resources and tools for the SHOE language.
- The SHOE Specification
- The definitive reference on the SHOE language.
- A SHOE Tutorial
- A short tutorial about how to add SHOE to web pages.
- SHOE Ontologies
- A catalog of existing SHOE ontologies.
- The Knowledge Annotator
- A GUI interface for adding SHOE to web pages. Available both as an applet and a downloadable application. You don't need to use it, but it may make the assignment easier for you.
- SHOE Validation Service
- A form that allows you to submit a URL and check that the document contains valid SHOE.
- SHOE Submission Page
- Allows you to submit your page to the SHOE Search Engine.
If this exercise has piqued your interest in the Semantic Web, please
explore these other related links:
- "The Semantic Web" by Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler, and Ora Lassila
- A recent article in Scientific American about the Semantic Web.
- A portal for the Semantic Web community.
- Semantic Web Activity at the W3C
- Describes work on the Semantic Web being done at the standardization body
for the World Wide Web.
- The DARPA Agent Markup Language (DAML)
- DAML is a major government-funded project to explore the potential
uses of the Semantic Web.