The Semantic Perspective model veers away from the mainstream approach to computational semantics, and we need to understand what the motivation behind this is. The meaning of “semantics” (the semantics of the semantics) is very complicated and it exists on the fringes where observer meets reality. It is not something we can rip out of context, yet the industry seems to do just that.
- The nature of information
- Subjectivity and Incompleteness
- Communication (transfer of information)
- Common meaning in human communication
- Information in computer programming
- The present semantic web landscape
- Ontology, the linked data API
- Ontology, a concrete example
- Upper ontologies
- The ontology maze
- The demotion of upper ontologies
- Fractured realities
- Semantics of Web 1
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