Francis Dierick

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Web 2.0 and Semantic Web are regarded as two complementary paradigms that will probably converge in the future. However, whereas the Semantic Web is an established field of research, there has been little analysis devoted to Web 2.0 applications. For this reason it remains unclear how the advantages of both paradigms could be merged. In this paper we make(More)
Web 2.0 technologies have introduced new information sharing practices which favor mass users participation and aim at improving quality of information content and information organization. It is challenging to dynamically capture knowledge that emerges as the outcome of the interactions of masses of users in social networks, since difficulties are posed by(More)
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