What is the ‘Semantic Web’?
Tim Berners-Lee’s core idea was not just to build an Internet out of texts, but to create a machine-readable Internet out of data. One form of this data is comprised of knowledge models (‘ontologies’), which are stored in a W3C standard called ‘OWL’, comparable to HTML and XML. SemTalk reads and writes OWL data. All knowledge stored in the Semantic Web is available for process modeling.