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Semantic Visualization Cockpit: Adaptable Composition of Semantics-Visualization Techniques for Knowledge-Exploration

@inproceedings{Nazemi2010SemanticVC,
  title={Semantic Visualization Cockpit: Adaptable Composition of Semantics-Visualization Techniques for Knowledge-Exploration},
  author={Kawa Nazemi and Dirk Burkhardt and Matthias Breyer and Christian Stab and Dieter W. Fellner},
  year={2010}
}
Semantic-Web and ontology-based information processing systems are established technologies and techniques, in more than only research areas and institutions. Different worldwide projects and enterprise companies identified already the added value of semantic technologies and work on different sub-topics for gathering and conveying knowledge. As the process of gathering and structuring semantic information plays a key role in the most developed applications, the process of transferring and… 
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