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Wikipedia and the Semantic Web The Missing Links ?

@inproceedings{Krtzsch2005WikipediaAT,
  title={Wikipedia and the Semantic Web The Missing Links ?},
  author={Markus Kr{\"o}tzsch and Denny Vrande{\vc}i{\'c} and Max V{\"o}lkel},
  year={2005}
}
Wikipedia is the biggest collaboratively created source of encyclopaedic knowledge. Growing beyond the borders of any traditional encyclopaedia, it is facing new problems of knowledge management: The current excessive usage of article lists and categories witnesses the fact that 19th century content organization technologies like inter-article references and indices are no longer sufficient for today’s needs. Rather, it is necessary to allow knowledge processing in a computer assisted way, for… 

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