Haystack: A Platform for Creating, Organizing and Visualizing Information Using RDF

@inproceedings{Huynh2002HaystackAP,
  title={Haystack: A Platform for Creating, Organizing and Visualizing Information Using RDF},
  author={David Huynh and David R. Karger and Dennis Quan},
  booktitle={Semantic Web Workshop},
  year={2002}
}
The Resource Definition Framework (RDF) is designed to support agent communication on the Web, but it is also suitable as a framework for modeling and storing personal information. Haystack is a personalized information repository that employs RDF in this manner. This flexible semistructured data model is appealing for several reasons. First, RDF supports ontologies created by the user and tailored to the user’s needs. At the same time, system ontologies can be specified and evolved to support… CONTINUE READING
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