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Towards Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities
Online community sites have replaced the traditional means of keeping a community informed via libraries and publishing. At present, online communities are islands that are not interlinked. WeExpand
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Optimizing the AC resistance of multilayer transformer windings with arbitrary current waveforms
AC losses due to nonsinusoidal current waveforms have been found by calculating the losses at harmonic frequencies when the Fourier coefficients are known. An optimized foil or layer thickness in aExpand
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The Future of Social Networks on the Internet: The Need for Semantics
Everyone on the Internet knows the buzzword social networking. Social networking services (SNS) usually offer the same basic functionalities: network of friends listings, person surfing, privateExpand
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Crowdsourcing, citizen sensing and sensor web technologies for public and environmental health surveillance and crisis management: trends, OGC standards and application examples
Abstract'Wikification of GIS by the masses' is a phrase-term first coined by Kamel Boulos in 2005, two years earlier than Goodchild's term 'Volunteered Geographic Information'. Six years laterExpand
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Understanding how Twitter is used to spread scientific messages
According to a survey we recently conducted, Twitter was ranked in the top three services used by Semantic Web researchers to spread information. In order to understand how Twitter is practicallyExpand
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A Hierarchical Model of Reviews for Aspect-based Sentiment Analysis
Opinion mining from customer reviews has become pervasive in recent years. Sentences in reviews, however, are usually classified independently, even though they form part of a review's argumentativeExpand
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Interlinking the Social Web with Semantics
This paper deals with applying semantic Web technologies to the social Web can lead to a social semantic Web, creating a network of interlinked and semantically rich knowledge. One of the mostExpand
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Using the Semantic Web for linking and reusing data across Web 2.0 communities
Large volumes of content (bookmarks, reviews, videos, etc.) are currently being created on the ''Social Web'', i.e. on Web 2.0 community sites, and this content is being annotated and commented upon.Expand
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Online Social and Business Networking Communities
The ability to send and retrieve information over the Web using traditional and ubiquitous computing methods has changed the way we work and live. Web portals, as content aggregators, act as gatewaysExpand
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Aggregated, interoperable and multi-domain user profiles for the social web
User profiling techniques have mostly focused on retrieving and representing a user's knowledge, context and interests in order to provide recommendations, personalise search, and build user-adaptiveExpand
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