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LODr - A Linking Open Data Tagging System
This demo paper introduces LODr, a service providing semantic enrichment features for existing tagged content from various Web 2.0 services, based on the MOAT and Linked Data principles.
Towards a reference architecture for Semantic Web applications
The Semantic Web currently has two complementary architectural approaches: ¿Bottom-up¿ emergent best practices by the community and ¿top-down¿ prescriptive standards by standards bodies, leaving a gap regarding the concrete ...
Linked Data tagging with LODr
We demonstrate one of the potential paths of the evolution of wiki engines towards Web 3.0. We introduce 3dWiki - the 3D wiki engine, which was built according to 2-Layer Interface Paradigm (2LIP). It was developed ...
A rule system for querying persistent RDFS data
We present GiaBATA, a system for storing, aggregating, and querying Semantic Web data, based on declarative logic programming technology, namely on the dlvhex system, which allows us to implement a fully SPARQL compliant ...
D-FOAF - Distributed Identity Management based on Social Networks
Contemporary Web consists of more than just information, it provides a large number of services, which often require identi¿cation of it¿s users. Since distributed or shared identi¿cation systems are not yet widely adopted ...
HyperCuP Lightweight Implementation: A Universal Solution for Making Application Distributed
Contemporary applications need an efficient solution for communication to implement robust information retrieval mechanisms and fault tolerant networks. Apart from implementing a robust, scalable communication protocol the ...
SALT: Enriching LATEX with Semantic Annotations
With the emergence of the SemanticWeb, encapsulating annotations and metadata into scientific documents became a widely used practice. But in the same time, we observed the lack of well established standard tools supporting ...
Web of Data Plumbing - Lowering the Barriers to Entry
Publishing and consuming content on the Web of Data often requires considerable expertise in the underlying technologies, as the expected services to achieve this are either not packaged in a simple and accessible manner, ...