Concept of Semantic Web and Its Indexing Mechanism
The present paper discusses various aspects of Semantic web. The semantic web is a tool of retrieving information for web on the basis of semantics conveyed by keywords. The semantic web has an improved system of information storage where the meaning and associated words of a keywords are also stored. The indexing mechanism of for retrieval of information is improved than normal keyword based search. In this paper the indexing mechanism of semantic web is also discussed.
Keywords: Semantic web, synonymy, metadata, indexing mechanism, automatic
knowledge sharing, search engine.
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