LAK11: The Connective Semantic Web?

In the whole discussion about semantic modeling, linked data is supposed to be a type of Graph data as opposed to object, hierarchical or relational data. Two sets of data can be related if they share intersecting vocabularies and ontologies. Ontologies can be expressed using OWL. OWL extends RDF relationship vocabulary and allows you to... Continue Reading →

CCK11: Myths of Connectionism

I found this interesting article by István S. N. Berkeley called Some Myths of Connectionism. He starts by stating: These myths are often repeated claims that have been made about connectionist systems, which when closely scrutinized, fail to be adequately justified, or properly qualified. In some instances, such claims are simply false. The myths that... Continue Reading →

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