Ljiljana Perković (2011) The comparison of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0. EngD thesis.
Today we can't imagine our lifes without the Internet. When we are faced with some kind of a problem, there is always a first association of finding a solution on the Internet. This idea has enabled us Web 2.0 development. Today, as we seek informations, we can search for solutions even for a couple of hours. Therefore, allows Web 3.0 standard users particular fast and efficient search solutions on the Internet and computer understanding of human speech, in order for the serch to be more effective. In this thesis I turned to the interpretation of Web 2.0 and Web 3.0 standards and their mutual cooperation. First, I showed how the search engines of the period of Web 2.0 work and what is the plan of working for a period of Web 3.0. Then I turned to the technologies of these two standards, which enable a lot with working together. RDFa and microformats are two of the most common ways for embedding semantics into web documents. Web 2.0 uses the read write web, blogs, web applications, rich media, viral media, tagging or Folksonomy while sharing content and focusing on communities. The Web 3.0 standard uses semantic web, drag n drop mash ups, widgets, user behavior or Me-onomy, advertisement, user engagement, consolidates dynamic content and focuses on individuals. The proposed expansion of the web 3.0 technology includes the following: - Mobile devices, Ubiquitous connectivity, mobile internet access with broadband adoption. - Open technologies, open data formats & data license, open API’s and protocols. - Open identity, open reputation, personal data and roaming portable identity. - Intelligent web technologies, semantic techniques like OWL, RDF, SPARQL, SWRL, and statement based data stores with semantic application platforms. - Intelligent applications, machine learning, autonomous agents, machine reasoning and natural language processing.
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