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Document Authoring and Web Design for the Semantic Web

Woukeu, Arouna (2004) Document Authoring and Web Design for the Semantic Web At Hypertext 2004 (Doctoral Consortium), United States. 09 - 13 Aug 2004.

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The Semantic Web is a vision of the next generation Web, aiming to make the Web amenable to computer processing, and hence to improve the value that humans can obtain from it. Web content is augmented with semantic descriptions enabling software agents to unambiguously capture their meaning and perform more sophisticated processing. For this vision to become a reality, there is a need for methodologies and tools that support the systematic construction of Semantic Web Information Systems (SWIS). However current Web design methodologies (such as WebML, OOHDM, etc.) pre-date the Semantic Web and therefore their products do not fall under the umbrella of SWIS. This work investigates the problem and introduces our two-stage approach to addressing it with a tool for writing in the context of knowledge (called WiCKEd) and an integrated methodology for designing Web sites in a Semantic Web Context.

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Published date: 2004
Additional Information: Event Dates: August 9 - 13, 2004
Venue - Dates: Hypertext 2004 (Doctoral Consortium), United States, 2004-08-09 - 2004-08-13
Organisations: Web & Internet Science


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Date deposited: 26 Jul 2004
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 09:20

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Author: Arouna Woukeu

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