Networked Knowledge - Networked Media: Integrating Knowledge Management, New Media Technologies and Semantic Systems

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Tassilo Pellegrini, Sören Auer, Klaus Tochtermann, Sebastian Schaffert
Springer Science & Business Media, Jul 21, 2009 - Computers - 341 pages
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This book explores the increasing convergence of Social Media and Semantic Web technologies. It offers up-to-date contributions that illustrate various approaches to this young and emerging technology area.

 

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Contents

Bringing the Pieces Together
1
RDF Support in the Virtuoso DBMS
7
Bridging Information and Work
25
A Framework for the Synthesis of Ontology Mapping Methods
45
Developing Semantic Web Applications with the OntoWiki Framework
60
Supporting Content Process and Ontology Maturing
79
An Associative Retrieval Service for the Semantic Desktop
95
GRISINO A Semantic Web Services Grid Computing and Intelligent Objects Integrated Infrastructure
112
Using Ontologies Providing Domain Knowledge for Data Quality Management
187
Semantic Search and Visualization of TimeSeries Data
204
An Evaluation Framework and Adaptive Architecture for Automated Sentiment Detection
217
Managing Ontology Lifecycles in Corporate Settings
235
A Semantic Policy Management Environment for EndUsers and Its Empirical Study
249
UserDriven Semantic WikiBased Business Service Description
269
Facilitating Knowledge Management in Pervasive Health Care Systems
284
Integrating Semantic Technologies with Interactive Digital TV
305

Collaborative WebPublishing with a Semantic Wiki
129
Collaborative Wiki Tagging
141
OCoP an Ontology Dedicated to Communities of Practice
155
Incremental Approach to Error Explanations in Ontologies
170
Challenges and Potentials
321
Author Index
337
Subjet Index
339
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