The semantic web also known as web 3.0.
It is an extension of the world wide web through standards
set by the WWW Consortium (W3C).
The goal of the semantic web is to make internet data
Semantics offer significant advantages such as reasoning over
data and operating with heterogeneous data sources.
Web 3.0 was first coined by John Mark Off of the New York Times.
He suggested web 3.0 as third generation of the web in 2006.
It can be also stated as ‘Executable Web’ .
The basis Idea of 3.0 is define structure data and link them in order
to more effective discovery, automation, integration and reuse
across various applications.
It is able to improve data management, support accessibility of
mobile internet, simulate creativity and innovation, encourage factor
of globalization phenomenon, enhance customers satisfaction and
help to organize collaboration in social web.
5. Web 3.0 is also known as semantic web.
The term semantic web was coined by Tim Berners-Lee.
It is a web of data that can be processed by machines – that is, one
in which much of the meaning is machine readable.
Resource Description Framework (RDF), a general method for
RDF Schema (RDFS)
Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS)
SPARQL, an RDF query language.
Notation 3(W3), designed with human readability in mind.
6. N-Triples, a format for storing and transmitting data.
Turtle ( Terse RDF Triple Language)
Ontology Web Language (OWL),a family of knowledge
Rule Interchange Format (RIF), a framework of web rule
language dialects supporting rule interchange on the web.
based method to describe data.
7. FEATURES OF WEB.3.0
Semantic Web: The semantic web improves web technologies in order to
generate, share and connect content through search and analysis based on the
ability to understand the meaning of the words rather than on keywords or
Artificial Intelligence: Combining this capability with natural language
processing,in web 3.0, computers can understand information like humans in
order to provide faster and more relevant results. They become more intelligent
to satisfy the needs of users.
3D Graphics: The three dimensional design is being used extensively in websites
and services in web 3.0. Museum guides, computer games, e-commerce,
geospatial contexts etc are all examples that use 3D graphics.
Connectivity: With web.3.0, information is more connected thanks to semantic
metadata. As a result, the user experience evolves to another level of
connectivity that leverages all the available information.
Ubiquity: Content is accessible by multiple applications, every device is
connected to the web, the services can be used everywhere.
Web 3.0 offers developers much needed room for
Users can expect better digital experiences and a more
enhanced and refined internet altogether.
Web 3.0 can be the key to solving many problems that
can put an end to red tape, save time, increase
productivity and all this at a marginal cost.
We can look forward to a smarter version of the internet,
because believe it/ not, it is here to stay.