What is an Analogue for the Semantic Web and Why is Having One Important?
At ACM Hypertext 2007, United Kingdom.
01 - 12 Sep 2007.
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This paper postulates that for the Semantic Web to grow and gain input from fields that will surely benefit it, it needs to develop an analogue that will help people not only understand what it is, but what the potential opportunities are that are enabled by these new protocols. The model proposed in the paper takes the way that Web interaction has been framed as a baseline to inform a similar analogue for the Semantic Web. While the Web has been represented as a Page + Links, the paper presents the argument that the Semantic Web can be conceptualized as a Notebook + Memex. The argument considers how this model also presents new challenges for fundamental human interaction with computing, and that hypertext models have much to contribute to this new understanding for distributed information systems.
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||ACM Englebart Best Paper Award Event Dates: Sept 1-12, 2007
|Venue - Dates:
||ACM Hypertext 2007, United Kingdom, 2007-09-01 - 2007-09-12
||Memex, notebooks, hypertext argumentation, interaction design, Semantic Web, Jourknow, mSpace, Tabulator
||Agents, Interactions & Complexity
||05 Jul 2007
||17 Apr 2017 19:40
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