I'm new and kinda confused about this whole concept and would really appreciate it if you could help me out.
The SEMFOX query parser disassembles the search request and resolves a very precise result set only showing correct products. Complex search queries like TV with surround sound will be answered in a perfect manner. SEMFOX's Semantic Search Engine isn't only searching for the keywords surround sound in the product descriptions of the products, but rather understands what this characteristic means and resolves TVs with integrated Dolby Digital, Digital Theater System, Digital Theater Systems Extended Surround, or Dolby True HD certificates and even TVs with more that two speakers. With the integration of the SEMFOX search field as a Web 3.0 high-tech software as a service you offering your visitors a completely new shopping experience.
I really would like this for my webshop. Is this a standard Semantic Web function? Like if I connect my datastore and map it to RDF concepts and relations could I do the same as above? I just learned about the existence of Semantic Web a week ago, and although there is much information about what it can do, I can't find anything on how to do it. So I'm really sorry if this is a stupid question but I really tried to google everything I could but I just couldn't find any tutorials or whatsoever.
Also what I really couldn't find were things like how to install RDF and SPARQL. I really tried searching it but I couldn't find anything useful, is Semantic Web still that uncommon?
So if anyone has some links or answers I would really really appreciate it.