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Category:Semantic Enterprise

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A semantic enterprise is one that adopts the languages and standards of the semantic Web, including RDF, RDFS, OWL and SPARQL and others, and applies them to the issues of information interoperability, preferably using the best practices of linked data.

There is a gradient — or spectrum — of possible styles in what it means to be a semantic enterprise. The more traditional and familiar style is comprehensive, complete and “engineered” in its approach. This approach may also not strictly adhere to semantic Web languages and standards.

The second, and emerging style, is more adaptive and incremental, an "open" approach.

The applicability of either approach — or any gradient between — is a function of objectives, circumstances and use cases.

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