Homework #2 Resources

You may find the following resources useful when attempting exercise 4 of Homework #2:

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.