Blockchain Ontologies: OCL and REA
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Unified Modeling Language (UML) of Object Management Group, along with Object Constraint Language (OCL), (Purvis and Cranefield 1999) are considered by Joost de Kruijff and Hans Weigand as the best fit for blockchain ontology. (de Kruijff and Weigand 2017) OCL … Read More

Blockchain Enterprise Ontologies: TOVE and DEMO
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Enterprise ontology for blockchain transactions includes datalogical, infological and essential levels. OntoClean (Guarino 1998) developed by Nicola Guarino and Chris Welty (Guarino and Welty 2000) analyzes ontologies based on formal, domain-independent properties (metaproperties), being the first attempt to formalize the … Read More

Blockchain Philosophy – Bitcoin
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Blockchain Philosophy Donncha Kavanagh and Gianluca Miscione introduced the concept of digital heterotopia (1) as a way to describe and analyze the special and evolutionary relationship between contemporary state and digital money, including block-based cryptocurrencies. (Miscione and Kavanagh 2015) State … Read More

Blockchain Design and Modelling
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Blockchain design Ontology engineering, (Smith 2004) along with semantic Web technologies, allow the semantic development and modeling of the operational flow required for blockchain design. The semantic Web, in accordance with W3C, “provides a common framework that allows data to … Read More

Blockchain technology
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The Internet has completely changed the world, people’s culture and customs. After a first phase characterized by the free transfer of information, concerns have arisen about the security of online communications and the confidentiality of users. Blockchain technology (BT) ensures … Read More

Google: Dataset Search, a new search engine, for journalists and researchers
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Google has recently launched a new search engine, using a large system of public government databases, public sources, digital libraries, and personal websites, primarily aimed to help journalists and researchers in their work. The new search engine, with the name … Read More

REST and WS web services
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A web service is a computer interface protocol of the family of web technologies allowing the communication and the exchange of data between heterogeneous applications and systems in distributed environments. It is thus a set of functionalities exposed on the … Read More

Cancellation of registration and annual maintenance fee for the “.ro” domains
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In December 2016, the Romanian government decided to introduce the registration and annual maintenance of the .ro TLD as a prerequisite for aligning “.ro” domains to policies adopted all around the world. Currently, Romania is the only country in Europe … Read More

Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
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HyperText Transfer Protocol, better known by the abbreviation HTTP, is a client-server protocol developed for the World Wide Web. HTTPS (with S for secured) is a variant of HTTP secured through the use of SSL or TLS protocols. HTTP is … Read More

Video hosting offers
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The hosting sites allow videos to be hosted on their servers and video broadcast streaming. There are many websites that offer this service, such as YouTube, Dailymotion, Wat TV, DreamVids, Hulu or RuTube. In March 2008, the feature Révolta, Kilomètre … Read More

What is Web 2.0?
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The rapid recent diffusion web applications such as blogs, podcasts, wikis and social networking sites has often been referred to as “Web 2.0”, (The 2.0 evidently alluding to the version-numbers that commonly designate software upgrades.), (According to Anderson (2007) and … Read More

Web 2.0 in European Union
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“Web 2.0” is defined as a set of applications, technologies and user roles. The applications include blogs, wikis, social tagging, social gaming etc., even though it may not always be fully clear whether a specific application is Web 2.0 or … Read More

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