Towards the Semantic Web : Collaborative Tag Suggestions

@inproceedings{Xu2006TowardsTS,
  title={Towards the Semantic Web : Collaborative Tag Suggestions},
  author={Zhichen Xu and Yun Fu and Jianchang Mao and Difu Su Yahoo},
  year={2006}
}
Content organization over the Internet went through several interesting phases of evolution: from structured di rectories to unstructured Web search engines and more recently, to tagging as a way for aggregating information, a step toward s the semantic web vision. Tagging allows ranking and dat a organization to directly utilize inputs from end us er , enabling machine processing of Web content. Since tags are c reated by individual users in a free form, one important prob lem facing tagging… CONTINUE READING
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