Semantic Web

This page is about the course Semantic Web given by Antoine Zimmermann to the Master students in Saint-Étienne, in programme CPS² and DSC.

Organisation of the course

The course will take place either remotely or in classrooms at Mines Saint-Étienne, Espace Fauriel, 29 rue Ponchardier.


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Everything that is produced during practical sessions must be sent by email to antoine.zimmermann@emse.fr at the end of the session, in whatever state it is at this moment. People who cannot attend a session must do the work at home and send it too. Be aware that plagiarism is a fraud.

Date and time Room Topic Documents Quiz
Remote course using Big Blue Button (video recording) Introduction, basics of RDF. How to publish Linked Data. The Turtle syntax. Introduction to the course and to the Semantic Web.
Resource Description Framework.
The Turtle Editor.
Publishing Web data.
First practical session.
Not today
Remote course using Big Blue Button (video recording) RDFa, JSON-LD, Schema.org. Embdedding structured data in Web pages. Ivan Herman's presentation of RDFa.
Schema.org.
JSON-LD playground.
Second practical session.
Exercise 1.
Remote course using Big Blue Button (video recording) SPARQL, triplestores. Querying RDF databases and the Semantic Web. Introduction to SPARQL.
Third practical session.
Exercise 2.
Remote course using Big Blue Button (video recording) RDFS, OWL RDF Schema.
Training with RDFS reasoning. Get Protégé 5.5.
The Protégé Tutorial.
Remote course using Big Blue Button (video recording) RDF data management and programming. Fifth practical session. Quiz 2.
Online course using a new Big Blue Button link. Presentation of project. Work on project. Instructions for the project
Online course using Big Blue Button. Full time work on project
Online course using Big Blue Button Full time work on project
Online course using Big Blue Button Full time work on project + Big quiz
Online course using Big Blue Button Evaluation. Every pair of students deliver their work.

References

Foundations of the Semantic Web and the Web of Data

Courses by fellow SemWebbers

Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Standards

Books