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An unlicensed assistant in a real estate office who may work under the supervision of a licensed broker or agent, but who is prohibited from doing anything that specifically requires a license under applicable state law.

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Content that is authored for the World Wide Web (WWW) and related web services today differs significantly from what is proposed within the framework of the semantic web and semantic web services.
The goal of the semantic web initiative, in other words, was to focus more keenly on formatting information in ways that computers - as opposed to humans - could more easily process.
'A P2P-based Architecture for Semantic Web Service Automatic Composition', 10th Annual International Conference on New Technologies of Distributed Systems (NOTERE).
Sorrowfully, the mentioned options do not contribute to Semantic Web. The only effort for a semantic indexation is the use of the Dublin Core vocabulary (DC initiative, 2012), composed by fifteen labels used for describing resources.
(2011) Semantic Web for the Working Ontology: Effective Modeling in RDFS and OWL, Burlington, Massachussetts: Morgan-Kaufmann.
However each individual application provides excellent overall results and has the potential to boost the associated technology in the race but eventually the Semantic Web technology.
Representing Translations on the Semantic Web, http://msw2.deri.ie/sites/default/ files/papers/Elena.pdf
By applying semantic web technologies into semantic mashups, we can organise, seek, and represent data in an effective manner to users.
It is true that we yet to arrive at a concrete understanding of semantic web. Aaron tried to define it by using efficient programming and rules.
The Semantic Web aims to add semantic information to web contents in order to create an environment where software agents can perform tasks efficiently (Berners & Hendler, 2001).
The semantic web could radically change the food supply chain, allowing small scale producers collectively to make a significant difference, both in terms of quality and quantity of what we'll be eating.
To enhance the knowledge representation of the XML-based markup language, the traditional Semantic Web approach is to upgrade the original XML-based to ontology-based markup language.

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