It is a rather big island, with an area size of about 1.1057 hectares.
As the night unfolded, I began to realize this concept is quite genius!
After watching the crowd (who were all so friendly), they were so much more receptive to one another than the usual club gathering.
I recently attended a Lock and Key event at Blue Martini in Brickell.
And yes, the females wear lock necklaces while the men wear keys.
In this paper, we discuss the architecture and implementation of the Semantic Web Search Engine (SWSE).
Following traditional search engine architecture, SWSE consists of crawling, data enhancing, indexing and a user interface for search, browsing and retrieval of information; unlike traditional search engines, SWSE operates over RDF Web data – loosely also known as Linked Data – which implies unique challenges for the system design, architecture, algorithms, implementation and user interface.
In other words, fresh information is constantly made available in the form of of new data and updates.
Despite some promising investigations in the area, stream reasoning is still in its infancy, both from the perspective of models and theories development, and from the perspective of systems and tools design and implementation.
In so doing, we also give an insight into how current Semantic Web standards can be tailored, in a best-effort manner, for use on Web data.
Throughout, we offer evaluation and complementary argumentation to support our design choices, and also offer discussion on future directions and open research questions.
Later, we also provide candid discussion relating to the difficulties currently faced in bringing such a search engine into the mainstream, and lessons learnt from roughly six years working on the Semantic Web Search Engine project.