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Semantic Wikipedia
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This paper provides an extension to be integrated in Wikipedia, that allows the typing of links between articles and the specification of typed data inside the articles in an easy-to-use manner, and presents the design, implementation, and possible uses of this extension.
Cool URIs for the semantic web
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This article discusses two strategies, called 303 URIs and hash URIs, and gives pointers to several web sites that use them, and briefly discusses why several other proposals have problems.
Semantic mediawiki
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The software is already used on a number of productive installations world-wide, but the main target remains to establish “Semantic Wikipedia” as an early adopter of semantic technologies on the web.
Semantic Wikipedia
Wikipedia and the Semantic Web The Missing Links ?
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A detailed plan on how to achieve the introduction of typed links as an extremely simple and unintrusive way for rendering large parts of Wikipedia machine readable is provided.
TagFS - Tag Semantics for Hierarchical File Systems
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This paper analyzes the different semantics between strictly hierarchical and tagging-based organisation and maps non-hierarchical tagging and query semantics to the commonly used hierarchical file system semantics, thus combining the benefits of both worlds.
Conceptual data structures for personal knowledge management
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The unified data model (CDS) is capable of representing structures from various information tools, including documents, file systems, hypertext, tagging and mind maps, and can be a way to make PKM tools interoperable.
Personal Knowledge Management
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Along with the Web 2.0 notions of user-provided content and collective intelligence, more bottom-up approaches to knowledge management were developed.
Semantic Wikis for Personal Knowledge Management
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This work introduces the SemperWiki prototype which offers advanced information access and knowledge reuse and shows how Semantic wikis address the requirements and present a general architecture.
RDFReactor – From Ontologies to Programatic Data Access
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The tool RDFReactor is described which transforms a given ontology in RDF Schema into a familiar, dynamic, object-oriented Java API – at the push of a button and enables them to use RDF correctly, efficiently and effectively without even knowing it.
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