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20th Workshop on Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation (PADS'06)
What Comes After the Semantic Web - PADS Implications for the Dynamic Web
Singapore
May 24-May 26
ISBN: 0-7695-2587-3
Andreas Tolk, Old Dominion University
The Internet started as a web of documents. The Semantic Web is targeting a web of data, enabling efficient machine-to-machine data exchange. In order to utilize the Internet for distributed simulation, procedures are needed for migration, alignment, and orchestration of the execution, which means higher levels of interoperation. This paper introduces related concepts leading to the idea of the Dynamic Web, which will be a web of composable services.

This paper is a concept paper written to encourage discussion. It summarizes related ideas and contributions in a loose style and doesn?t claim to be complete or inclusive. Contributions are more than welcome.

Citation:
Andreas Tolk, "What Comes After the Semantic Web - PADS Implications for the Dynamic Web," pads, pp.55-62, 20th Workshop on Principles of Advanced and Distributed Simulation (PADS'06), 2006
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