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EML 2.2.0 now provides ways to embed HTTP URI's within several EML elements, which are semantic annotations of
those elements.
In general, a semantic annotation is the attachment of additional semantic metadata to a resource, and in our
context it is attached to an EML element. By referencing external *[knowledge graphs](#glossary-knowledge-graph)*
(sometimes called *controlled vocabularies* or *[ontologies](#glossary-ontology)*), annotations provide rigorous, expressive and consistent interpretation of the
context it is attached to an EML element. By referencing external *[knowledge graphs](#glossary-knowledge-graph)*
(sometimes called *controlled vocabularies* or *[ontologies](#glossary-ontology)*), annotations provide rigorous, expressive and consistent interpretation of the
metadata contents. The annotation provides a computer-usable
[ pointer](#glossary-pointer) (or [HTTP uniform resource identifier; URI](#glossary-uri))
(#TO DO glossary links) that [resolves](#glossary-reslove) (and [dereferences)](#glossary-dereference))
to a useful description, definition, or relationships for that annotated resource.
(#TO DO glossary links) that [resolves](#glossary-reslove) (and [dereferences)](#glossary-dereference))
to a useful description, definition, or relationships for that annotated resource.

### Benefits of annotation
The process of creating semantic annotations for datasets may seem tedious, but the payoff is vastly enhanced data

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