A simple transformantion [sic] model of HTML into ROF [sic] for the semantic web
Baquero Oleas, Jorge A
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Several aspects about data mining and ways to implement it into the World Wide Web recently have been studied by the research and developer communities. The main problem that these communities have faced is that data on the Web is primarily unstructured, which makes the application of data mining techniques to the Web a difficult task. However, new semantic structures, which make the application of data mining techniques easier, are currently being developed as an extension of the Web. The first revolutionary technique for content and structural modeling was extensible Markup Language (XML). More recently, even more effective techniques, such as. Resource Definition Framework (RDF) and Ontologies have incorporated semantic and structural features that can be exploited to help users find relevant information on the next generation of the Web. The aim of introducing semantics and structures to the Web is to enhance the precision of search engines and to enable the use of logical reasoning in Web documents to answer users' queries.