Semantic File Systems

  title={Semantic File Systems},
  author={David Kenneth Gifford and Pierre Jouvelot and Mark A. Sheldon and James O'Toole},
A semantic file system is an information storage system that provides flexible associative access to the system's contents by automatically extracting attributes from files with file type specific transducers. Associative access is provided by a conservative extension to existing tree-structured file system protocols, and by protocols that are designed… CONTINUE READING

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