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A Distributed Semantic Microblogging Platform
The application showcases the ideas of a distributed, Semantic-Web enabled micro blogging architecture, providing a way to leverage this new Web 2.0 practice to the Semantic Web.
Anatomy of a Semantic Virus
In this position paper, I discuss a piece of malicious automated software that can be used by an individual or a group of users for submitting valid random noisy RDF-based data based on predefined schemas/ontologies to ...
Podcast Pinpointer: A Multimedia Semantic Web Application
In late 2004, a new method of publishing multimedia broadcasts on the Internet became popular called `Podcasting¿. Podcasting incorporates existing feed description formats, namely RSS 2.0, to ...
Aiding the Workflow of Email Conversations by Enhancing Email with Semantics
Despite persisting in popularity, email is still plagued with information overload, hindering the workflow of data handled by the user. Just as Semantic Web technologies promise to revolutionize the Web, we aspire to ...
Using Tags and Clustering to Identify Topic-Relevant Blogs
The Web has experienced an exponential growth in the use of weblogs or blogs. Blog entries are generally organised using tags, informally defined labels which are increasingly being proposed as a `grassroots¿ answer to ...
Annotation-Based Access Control for e-Professionals
Collaborative Working Environments (CWE) provide shared workspaces that enable eProfessionals to work together and share resources that they own. Most current shared workspaces provide coarse-grained role-based access ...
A Conversation-oriented language for B2B integration based on Semantic Web Services
Establishing conversations in a B2B environment has significantly eased since the advent of standards such as RosettaNet and ebXML. These standardisation efforts have maintained some flexibility in defining interactions ...
The Boardscape: Creating a Super Social Network of Message Boards
A Web-based message board or forum is an online area where discussions are held by many Internet users on a variety of subjects. More recently, online social networks have been created for various purposes: job searching, ...
Relaxing the Basic KR&R Principles to Meet the Emergent Semantic Web
The paper argues for an alternative, empirical (instead of analytical) approach to a Semantic Web-ready KR&R, motivated by the so far largely untackled need for a feasible emergent content processing.