Visualizing the Semantic Web : XML-based Internet and Information Visualization (2003. IX, 202 p. w. figs. (some col.). 24,5 cm)

Visualizing the Semantic Web : XML-based Internet and Information Visualization (2003. IX, 202 p. w. figs. (some col.). 24,5 cm)

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The Web has evolved from HTML quite dramatically over the last few years with revolutionary techniques for content and structural modeling, including XML (eXtensible Markup Language), RDF (Resource Definition Framework) and Topic Maps. Compared to HTML, the content of XML documents is enriched with semantic and structural features, and also is completely separated from its visual appearance. This allows a Web document to be displayed in any desired form. Given such an unrestricted choice, many companies and end users prefer a graphically rich document appearance with effective visual access to semantic and structural information. Visualizing the Semantic Web: XML-based Internet and Information Visualization is the first book dealing specifically with visualization of the Second-Generation Web.It presents the state-of-the-art research in this area and focuses on key topics such as: - The nature of the Semantic Web and its relationship to Information Visualization - Visualization of semantic and structural information and metadata - Ontology-based and Topic Maps visualizations - Visual interfaces for retrieving, browsing and mapping semantic information - SVG/X3D as new visualization techniques for the semantic web - Methods used to construct high quality metadata / metadata taxonomies - Recommender systems, interface issues related to filtering and recommending on the Web - A comparative analysis of web services and the semantic web - Semantic-oriented use of existing visualization methods - Semantically enhanced solutions for the medical community The design of semantically and graphically enriched interfaces for e-commerce and information retrieval and presentation is currently a challenging area of practical Web development. Most of the techniques and methods discussed can be applied now, making this book essential reading for visualization researchers as well as XML and Web developers.

Table of Contents

Preface                                            vii
Vladimir Geroimenko
Chaomei Chen
Part 1: Semantic, Visual and Technological
Facets of the Second Generation Web
The XML Revolution and the Semantic Web 3 (12)
Vladimir Geroimenko
Information Visualization Versus the 15 (21)
Semantic Web
Chaomei Chen
Ontology-based Information Visualization 36 (13)
Christiaan Fluit
Marta Sabou
Frank van Harmelen
Topic Maps Visualization 49 (14)
Benedicte Le Grand
Michel Soto
Web Rendering Systems: Techniques, 63 (27)
Classification Criteria and Challenges
Stephen Kimani
Tiziana Catarci
Isabel Cruz
SVG and X3D: New XML Technologies for 2D 90 (9)
and 3D Visualization
Vladimir Geroimenko
Larissa Geroimenko
Part 2: Visual Techniques and Applications
for the Semantic Web
Visual Interfaces for Semantic Information 99 (17)
Retrieval and Browsing
Katy Borner
Interactive Visualization of 116(19)
Paragraph-level Metadata to Support
Corporate Document Use
Mischa Weiss-Lijn
Janet T. McDonnell
Leslie James
Web Services: Description, Interfaces and 135(16)
Alexander Nakhimovsky
Tom Myers
Recommender Systems for the Web 151(17)
Joseph A. Konstan
John T. Riedl
Interactive Interfaces for Mapping 168(12)
E-commerce Ontologies
Vladimir Geroimenko
Larissa Geroimenko
Using Scalable Vector Graphics and 180(18)
Geographical Information Systems in a Back
Pain Study
Gheorghita Ghinea
David Gill
Concluding Remarks: Today's Vision of 198(3)
Envisioning the Semantic Future
Vladimir Geroimenko
Chaomei Chen
Index 201