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|Title:||Gear up for change [Internet]|
|Citation:||Engineering & Technology, 2008; 3(3):42-44|
|Publisher:||The Institution of Engineering and Technology|
|M. Strange and M. Sorell|
|Abstract:||The real future of the Internet isn't about the semantic Web, or indeed anything fundamentally to do with knowledge. The principal ways in which we use the Internet -Web, email and media streaming -happen to be examples where information is knowledge. The Mesh is feasible using current technology if we are prepared to think differently. The author had focused on device control and user interface design, but the Mesh would serve any type of software application since it is underpinned by an abstract and general-purpose language. In the same way that we think of the Web as seamlessly connecting databases of the world to provide a global font of knowledge, the Mesh would connect software of the world to provide a global means of control for all devices, machines and systems.|
|Keywords:||Internet; semantic Web; email; media streaming; user interface design; mesh technology; software application|
|Appears in Collections:||Electrical and Electronic Engineering publications|
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