Web 3.0 in web development

Vieira, Joao and Isaias, Pedro (2015). Web 3.0 in web development. In Tomayess Issa and Pedro Isaias (Ed.), Artificial intelligence technologies and the evolution of web 3.0 (pp. 209-228) Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-8147-7.ch010

Author Vieira, Joao
Isaias, Pedro
Title of chapter Web 3.0 in web development
Title of book Artificial intelligence technologies and the evolution of web 3.0
Place of Publication Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA
Publisher IGI Global
Publication Year 2015
Sub-type Research book chapter (original research)
DOI 10.4018/978-1-4666-8147-7.ch010
Open Access Status Not Open Access
Series Advances in Web Technologies and Engineering
ISBN 9781466681477
Editor Tomayess Issa
Pedro Isaias
Chapter number 10
Start page 209
End page 228
Total pages 20
Total chapters 17
Language eng
Abstract/Summary The Web 3.0 has revolutionized the Internet in the last years and its benefits are still being studied. The way that websites are being developed is also changing because of this Web evolution, giving to Web developers new technologies where computers can better understand and give meaning to content. This chapter presents an overview of technologies considered to be included on the Web 3.0 concept. The main objective of the chapter is to introduce a conceptual framework of Web 3.0, or Semantic Web, technologies that can be used for developing a website. This review of literature introduces the evolution of each of the technologies mentioned, as well as their functions. Some examples and opportunities for use are also presented. The chapter offers a current state-of-the-art and an opportunity for future relevant research in the Web development area.
Q-Index Code B1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Non-UQ

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