Archive for the ‘semantics’ Category

1896: The Year We Did Linked Data Right

Sometimes we already have things right. Such is the case with RDF and Existential Graphs of Charles Sanders Peirce, or so said Pat Hayes of the Institute for Human Machine Cognition in his invited keynotes at ISWC 2009 called BLOGIC: Now What’s in a Link.

Observations from OWL Experiences and Directions 2009

Describes my experience at OWL Experiences and Design 2009. Relates a conversation with Peter Patel-Schneider about the description logic community’s choice of the terms concept and role. More of my opinion on how the philosophies of semiotics, realism and nominalism inform technology implementation. Provides and update on my work with higher order logic and Haskell.

Linked Data: Interpretants and Interpretation

Linked Data: Interpretants and Interpretation proposes an updated model theory to advance linked data using an elaborated triangle of meaning. Describes linked data as the internet-scale open government platform.