SEMPL: a semantic portal

@inproceedings{Perry2004SEMPLAS,
  title={SEMPL: a semantic portal},
  author={Matthew Perry and E. Stiles},
  booktitle={WWW},
  year={2004}
}
Semantic Web technology is intended for the retrieval, collection, and analysis of meaningful data with significant automation afforded by machine understandability of data [1]. As one illustration of semantic web technology in action, we present SEMPL, a semantic web portal for the Large Scale Distributed Information Systems lab (LSDIS) at the University of Georgia. SEMPL, which is powered by a state of the art commercial system, Semagix Freedom [7], uses an ontology-driven approach to provide… CONTINUE READING

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