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Towards Discriminant Analysis Modeling of Web 3.0 Design and Development for Students, Faculty and IT Professionals

Towards Discriminant Analysis Modeling of Web 3.0 Design and Development for Students, Faculty and IT Professionals

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Web 3.0 is an evolving extension of the web 2.0 scenario. The perceptions regarding web 3.0 is different from person to person . Web 3.0 Architecture supports ubiquitous connectivity, network computing, open identity, intelligent web, distributed databases and intelligent applications. Some of the technologies which lead to the design
and development of web 3.0 applications are Artificial intelligence, Automated reasoning, Cognitive architecture, Semantic web . An attempt is made to capture the requirements of Students, Faculties and IT professionals regarding Web 3.0 applications so as to bridge the gap between the design and development of web 3.0 applications and requirements among Students, Faculties and IT professionals. Discriminant modeling of the requirements facilitate the identification of key areas in the design and development of software products for Students, Faculties and IT professionals in Web 3.0.
Web 3.0 is an evolving extension of the web 2.0 scenario. The perceptions regarding web 3.0 is different from person to person . Web 3.0 Architecture supports ubiquitous connectivity, network computing, open identity, intelligent web, distributed databases and intelligent applications. Some of the technologies which lead to the design
and development of web 3.0 applications are Artificial intelligence, Automated reasoning, Cognitive architecture, Semantic web . An attempt is made to capture the requirements of Students, Faculties and IT professionals regarding Web 3.0 applications so as to bridge the gap between the design and development of web 3.0 applications and requirements among Students, Faculties and IT professionals. Discriminant modeling of the requirements facilitate the identification of key areas in the design and development of software products for Students, Faculties and IT professionals in Web 3.0.

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Towards Discriminant Analysis Modelingof Web 3.0 Design and Development forStudents, Faculty and IT Professionals
S.Padma and Dr.Ananthi Seshasaayee
S..Padma
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Research scholar,Bharathiar University Dr.Ananthi SeshasaayeeCoimbatore. Associate Prof. &Head,Assistant Professor Quaid-e-Millath Govt.Vels University College for women,Chennai . ChennaiINDIA. INDIApadmanivasan@gmail.com ananthiseshu@gmail.com 
 AbstractWeb 3.0 is an evolving extension of the web 2.0 scenario. The perceptions regarding web 3.0 is different from person to person . Web 3.0 Architecture supports ubiquitous connectivity, network computing, open identity, intelligent web, distributed databases and intelligent applications .Some of the technologies which lead to the design and development of web 3.0 applications are Artificial intelligence, Automated reasoning,Cognitive architecture, Semantic web . An attempt is made to capture the requirements of Students, Faculties and IT professionals regarding Web 3.0 applications so as to bridge the gap between the design and development of web 3.0 applications and  requirements among Students, Faculties and IT  professionals. Discriminant modeling of the requirements facilitate the identification of key areasin the design and development of software products for Students, Faculties and IT professionals in Web 3.0. Keywords : Web 3.0, Discriminant analysis , Design and Development ,Model 
I INTRODUCTION
 
Web 3.0 is an extension of www, in which theinformation can be shared and interpreted byother software agent to find and integrateapplications to different domains. Web 3.0provides integrated real time applicationenvironment to the user. The applications aremajorly involved in searching using semanticweb, 3D web and are media centric. Web 3.0supports pervasive components. Each componentand its relations are represented below.In web 3.0, web is transformed into database orData Web wherein the data which are publishedin the web is reusable and can be queried. Thisenables a new level of data integration andapplication interoperability between platforms. Italso makes the data openly accessible fromanywhere and linkable as web pages do withhyperlinks. Data web phase is to make availablestructured data using RDF
[1]
. The scope of bothstructured and unstructured content would becovered in the full semantic web stage. Attemptswill be to make it widely available in RDF andOWL semantic formats.The driving force for web 3.0 will be artificialintelligence. Web 3.0 will be intelligent systemsor will depend on emergence of intelligence in amore organic fashion and how people will copewith it. It will make applications perform logicalreasoning operations through using sets of rulesexpressing logical relationships betweenconcepts and data on the web. With the
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realization of the semantic web and its conceptsweb 3.0 will move into Service OrientedArchitecture.The evolution of 3D technology is also beingconnected to web 3.0 as web 3.0 may be used onmassive scale due to its characteristics.Web 3.0 is media centric where users can locatethe searched media in similar graphics and soundof other media formats.The pervasive nature of web 3.0 makes the usersof web in wide range of area be reached not onlyin computers and cell phones but also throughclothing, appliances, and automobiles.II REVIEW OF LITERATUREClaudio Baccigalupo and Enric Plaza discussedin the paper poolcasting : a social web radioarchitecture for Group Customization about Poolcasting a social web radio architecture in whichgroups of listeners influence in real time themusic played on each channel. Pool casting userscontribute to the radio with songs they own,create radio channels and evaluate the proposedmusic, while an automatic intelligent techniqueschedules each channel with a group customizedsequence of musically associated songs[2] .M.T.Carrasco Benitez discussed in the paperOpen architecture for multilingual socialnetworking about an open architecture for all themultilingual aspects of social networking. Thisarchitecture should be comprehensive andaddress well-trodden fields such as localization,and more advanced multilingual techniquestofacilitate the communication among users[3] .Autona Gerber, Alta van der Merwe, andAndries Barnard discussed in the paper Afunctional Semantic web architecture about theCFL architecture which depicts a simplificationof the original architecture versions proposed byBernes-Lee as a result of the abstraction of required functionality of language layers. Gerberargues that an abstracted layered architecture forthe semantic web with well definedfunctionalities will assist with the resolution of several of the current semantic web researchdebates such as the layering of language
technologies [4]. Ferda Tartanoglu val’erie
Issarny, Alexander Romanovsky and NicoleLevy discussed in the paper Dependability in theweb services architecture which lists about howto build dependable systems based on the webservices architecture. It surveys base faulttolerance mechanisms and shows how they areadapted to deal with the specifics of the web inthe light of ongoing work in the area[5]. BarryNorton, Sam Chapman and Fabio Ciravegnadiscussed in the paper developing a Service-Oriented Architecture to Harvest information forthe Semantic web which discusses about theArmadillo architecture, how it is reinterpreted asworkow templates that compose semantic webservices and show how the porting of Armadilloto new domains, and the application of newtools, has been simplified[6].III PROBLEM DEFINITIONThe Design and Development of web 3.0products are on the course. Due to the existenceof the ambiguity in the requirements of Students,Faculty and IT professionals for structuring theweb 3.0 products , bridging the gap between web3.0 developers and Students, Faculty and ITprofessionals is required. The key factors foreach of these three categories students ,facultyand it professionals are to be identified and theirpreference order is to be extracted.Let G1, G2, G3 denote the three groups in web3.0 . The problem is to find the order of preferences of the three groups for the threecategories Students, Faculty and IT professionalsbased o
n the attributes v1 , v2 , ….. vn included
in these three groups G1, G2 and G3 to facilitatethe design and development of applications inweb 3.0 for the categories.IV MATERIALS AND METHODSWe collected the perceptions of students,Faculties and IT professionals inline with web3.0 attributes. A five point scale was adaptedwhich ranges from very low satisfaction , lowsatisfaction, Medium satisfaction, highsatisfaction to very high satisfaction.a.
 
Block diagram of Web 3.0 discriminantmodeling
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b. Steps in Web 3.0 Discriminant modeling
 a.
 
Startb.
 
Collect the perceptions regarding theattributes of web 3.0 among the threecategories Students, Faculty and ITprofessionalsc.
 
Classification of attributes into threegroups G1, G2 and G3.d.
 
Compute Mean and Standard Deviationfor G1, G2 and G3e.
 
Correlation Coefficient among thegroups G1, G2 and G3f.
 
Discriminant Modeling for the threecategories Students, Faculty and ITprofessionalg.
 
stop
c. Preprocessing
The data collected are verified for completeness.The missing values are replaced with the meanvalue.
d. Classification
The data collected from the three categoriesStudents , Faculty and IT professionals based onthe attributes 2D, 3D, Audio, Custom mash up, Edecisions, Multilingual, Result as Mash up,Semantic Maps, Semantic Wiki, SoftwareAgents, Speech recognition. Based on thefunctionality of the attributes they are groupedinto G1 , G2 and G3. G1 comprises of Multilingual, Semantic maps, Edecisions,Semantic wiki and Software agents . G1 istermed as Applications . G2 comprises of 3D,Audio, 2D and Speech recognition. G2 is termedas Media. G3 comprises of Custom Mash up,Result as Mash up . G3 is termed as Output.
StartCollection of Perceptions of web3.0 among students,Faculty and ITprofessionalsCorrelation amongG1, G2 and G3Mean and StandardDeviation for G1,G2 and G3Discriminantmodeling for threecategories Students,Faculty and ITprofessionalsStopClassification of attributes into G1,G2 and G3
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