||SEMANTIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS
||Rees, Reinout van; Tolman, Frits
||The question considered in this paper is whether the application of semantic web technologies provides a good fit for future generations of computer applications involving building specifications.The paper's example illustrates that the semantic web can provide the means by which the building specification can gain real semantic links to other documents and programs and vice versa. Also it shows that open source software is well-suited to this kind of task. The semantic web helps building specifications to become “eSpecs” and to re-assert their role as a central building document.
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||semantic web, specifications
Rees, Reinout van; Tolman, Frits (2004).
SEMANTIC WEB TECHNOLOGIES APPLIED TO BUILDING SPECIFICATIONS. CIB world building congres, Toronto 2004 (included w78) (ISSN: 2706-6568),