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Giant Global Graph

A term used in place of Semantic Web. The term was coined by Tim Berners-Lee in November 2007 on his blog. Here Lee suggests that Giant Global Graph may be a more appropriate taxonomy than "Semantic Web."

See also "Berners-Lee and The Giant Global Graph" on SemanticWeb.com".

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