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A Semantic Wiki Based Light-Weight Web Application Model

A Semantic Wiki Based Light-Weight Web Application Model
A Semantic Wiki Based Light-Weight Web Application Model
Wikis are a well-known Web 2.0 content management platform. The recent introduction of semantic wikis extends the capabilities of conventional wikis by allowing users to edit and query structured semantic annotations (e.g., categories and typed links) rather than plain wiki text. This new feature, as shown in this paper, supports the provision of a novel, transparent, and light-weight social Web application model. This model enables developers to collectively build Web applications using semantic wikis, supporting such capabilities as data modeling, data management, data processing and data presentation. The source scripts and data of such applications are transparent to Web users. Beyond a generic description for the Web application model, we show two proof-of-concept prototypes, namely RPI Map and CNL (Controlled Natural Language) Wiki, both of which are based on Semantic MediaWiki (SMW).
Controlled Natural Language, Semantic Wiki, Semantic Web, OWL, Attempto Controlled English
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Ding, Li
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Huang, Rui
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Braines, Dave
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Jones, Gareth
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Bao, Jie
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Huang, Rui
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Smart, Paul
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Braines, Dave
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Bao, Jie, Ding, Li, Huang, Rui, Smart, Paul, Braines, Dave and Jones, Gareth (2009) A Semantic Wiki Based Light-Weight Web Application Model. 4th Asian Semantic Web Conference (ASWC), China. 06 - 09 Dec 2009.

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Abstract

Wikis are a well-known Web 2.0 content management platform. The recent introduction of semantic wikis extends the capabilities of conventional wikis by allowing users to edit and query structured semantic annotations (e.g., categories and typed links) rather than plain wiki text. This new feature, as shown in this paper, supports the provision of a novel, transparent, and light-weight social Web application model. This model enables developers to collectively build Web applications using semantic wikis, supporting such capabilities as data modeling, data management, data processing and data presentation. The source scripts and data of such applications are transparent to Web users. Beyond a generic description for the Web application model, we show two proof-of-concept prototypes, namely RPI Map and CNL (Controlled Natural Language) Wiki, both of which are based on Semantic MediaWiki (SMW).

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Published date: 6 December 2009
Additional Information: Event Dates: 6th-9th December 2009
Venue - Dates: 4th Asian Semantic Web Conference (ASWC), China, 2009-12-06 - 2009-12-09
Keywords: Controlled Natural Language, Semantic Wiki, Semantic Web, OWL, Attempto Controlled English
Organisations: Web & Internet Science

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Local EPrints ID: 267738
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/267738
PURE UUID: bbc3b47f-699d-4625-b203-71b3b2a33651
ORCID for Paul Smart: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0001-9989-5307

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Date deposited: 27 Oct 2009 10:25
Last modified: 06 Jun 2018 12:46

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