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The first users decided to adopt HTML because it had been adopted as a standard and they were expecting benefits from being early adopters. Others followed when more and better Web tools became available. And soon HTML was a universally accepted standard. Similarly, we are currently observing the early adoption of XML. While not sufficient in itself for the realization of the Semantic Web vision, XML is an important first step. Early users, perhaps some large organizations interested in knowledge management and B2B e-commerce, will adopt XML and RDF, the current Semantic Web-related W3C standards.

While this layer has not yet been fully defined, the principles to be adopted are quite clear, so it makes sense to present them. Chapter 6 discusses several application domains and explains the benefits that they will draw from the materialization of the Semantic Web vision. Chapter 7 describes the development of ontology-based systems for the Web and contains a miniproject that employs much of the technology described in this book. Finally, chapter 8 discusses briefly a few issues which are currently under debate in the Semantic Web community.

The problems arise from the fact that the HTML document does not contain structural information, that is, information about pieces of the document and their relationships. 1 Introduction 25 cessible to machines because every piece of information is described. Moreover, their relations are also defined through the nesting structure. For example, the tags appear within the tags, so they describe properties of the particular book. A machine processing the XML document would be able to deduce that the author element refers to the enclosing book element, rather than having to infer this fact from proximity considerations, as in HTML.

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