On the basis of
IMT4501 XML and Web Technologies
Expected learning outcomes
After successful completion, the students will be capable of:
- Explaining and discussing the semantic web principles and semantic web standards
- Discussing alternative formats for representing metadata
- Applying, creating and evaluating ontologies
- Utilizing semantic web technologies in federating data from multiple sources
- Knowing the use of semantic web concepts and techniques in web service composition
- Reflecting critically over the semantic web, its ambitious goals and challenges, and texts written about the semantic web
- Developing semantic web solutions
- Semantic web contents and standards
- Metadata frameworks, Resource Description Framework (RDF)/RDF Schema and Ontology Web Language (OWL)
- Taxonomy/ontology languages, authoring and management
- Applications of metadata and ontologies
- Semantic inference
- Semantic querying
- Semantic web querying
- Semantic web services
- Challenges for the semantic web
Net Support Learning
Teaching Methods (additional text)
The course will be offered both as an ordinary campus course and as a course that is offered in a flexible way to off-campus students. Lecture notes, e-lectures and other types of e-learning material will be offered through an Fronter. Communication between the teachers and the students, and among the students, will be facilitated by the Fronter.
Form(s) of Assessment
Written exam, 4 hours
Evaluation of Project(s)
Form(s) of Assessment (additional text)
- Exam counts 60%
- Project counts 40%
- Both parts must be passed individually.
Alphabetical Scale, A(best) – F (fail)
Internal and external examinors evaluate the exam. Internal examiner evaluates the project.
Ordinary re-sit for the written exam. There is no re-sit examination for projects.
An intermediate, mid-term report must be handed in and be approved to be able to pass the course.
Semantic Web for the Working Ontologies: Effective Modeling in RDFS and OWL by Dean Allemang (Author), Jim Hendler (Author). Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann (2008)
- Note handouts and research paper
Preregistration in Fronter is necessary to ensure that the course is offered. The course may not run if selected by less than five students.
The course is cancelled in autumn 2011