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    • Integrating tagging into the web of data: Overview and combination of existing tag ontologies 

      Kim, Hak-Lae; Scerri, Simon; Passant, Alexandre; Breslin, John G.; Handschuh, Siegfried; Decker, Stefan; Kim, Hong-Gee (Taiwan Academic Network, 2011-07)
      As the number of social websites offering tagging facilities increases, tagging has become not only a common basis for user participation, but also an important aspect of social content. Tagging is primarily based on the ...
    • Interactive Water Services: The Waternomics Approach 

      Curry, Edward; Degeler, Viktoriya; Clifford, Eoghan; Coakley, Daniel (Elsevier, 2014)
      WATERNOMICS focuses on the development of ICT as an enabling technology to manage water as a resource, increase end - user conservation awareness and affect behavioral changes. Unique aspects of WATERNOMICS include ...
    • Interactive water services: The WATERNOMICS approach 

      Clifford, Eoghan; Coakley, Daniel; Curry, Edward; Degeler, Viktoriya; Costa, Andrea; Messervey, Thomas Brian; van Andel, S. J.; van de Giesen, Nick; Kouronpetroglou, C.; Mink, Jan; Smit, Sander (Elsevier, 2014-12-17)
      WATERNOMICS focuses on the development of ICT as an enabling technology to manage water as a resource, increase end-user conservation awareness and affect behavioral changes. Unique aspects of WATERNOMICS include personalized ...
    • A URI is worth a thousand tags: From tagging to linked data with MOAT 

      Passant, Alexandre; Laublet, Philippe; Breslin, John G.; Decker, Stefan (IGI Global, 2009)
      Although tagging is a widely accepted practice on the Social Web, it raises various issues like tags ambiguity and heterogeneity, as well as the lack of organization between tags. We believe that Semantic Web technologies ...