Category Archives: RDF

Ecosystem for investors, upcoming workshop

As the W3C Team lead for financial data and the Semantic Web, I am looking at how the Web is changing the way investors assess the value of companies. Public companies worldwide are required to file regular reports setting out … Continue reading

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W3C Fellow for XBRL and the Semantic Web

JustSystems have kindly agreed to sponsor me as a W3C Fellow for work on XBRL and the Semantic Web. XBRL gives precise semantics to financial reports and has the backing of financial institutions around the world. There is tremendous potential … Continue reading

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XBRL is an XML language designed for filing company reports and backed by the SEC and regulatory authorities in Europe and Japan. It makes it possible to be very precise about the accounting concepts used in a particular report, including … Continue reading

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