Wednesday, September 27, 2006

List of 175 Semantic Web Tools

Can be found on the blog of Michael K. Bergman.

Semantic Web tool sets span from comprehensive engineering environments to specific converters and editors and the like. The entire workflow extends from getting the initial content, annotating or tagging it according to existing or built ontologies, reconciling heterogeneities, and then storing and managing the RDF or OWL with subsequent querying and inferencing.

Thus, listed below, are today’s current, most comprehensive list of 175 semantic Web software tools and applications. I am now further characterizing these offline as to open source v. proprietary and categorizing according to SW-related workflow. I may later post those expansions.

The entire list is here.