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Un nouveau méta-modèle pour rapprocher la folksonomie et l'ontologie d'OSM

  title={Un nouveau m{\'e}ta-mod{\`e}le pour rapprocher la folksonomie et l'ontologie d'OSM},
  author={Anthony Hombiat and Marl{\`e}ne Villanova-Oliver and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Gensel},
  booktitle={conf{\'e}rence internationale annuelle Spatial Analysis and GEOmatics},
RESUME. Depuis les annees 2000, les technologies du Web permettent aux utilisateurs de prendre part a la production de donnees : les internautes du Web 2.0 sont les nouveaux capteurs de l’information. Du cote de l’Information Geographique affluent de nombreux jeux de donnees en provenance de plates-formes de cartographie participative telles qu’OpenStreetMap (OSM) qui a largement impulse le phenomene de la Geographique Participative (VGI). La communaute OSM represente aujourd’hui plus de deux… 

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