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Semantic Web technologies for Enterprise 2.0

Author: Alexandre Passant
Publisher: [Amsterdam, Netherlands] : IOS Press ; Heidelberg, Germany : Akademische Verlagsgesellschaft, ©2011.
Series: Studies on the Semantic Web, v. 009.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Alexandre Passant
ISBN: 9781607506799 1607506793 9783898386463 3898386465
OCLC Number: 705518940
Notes: "The book is a translated and slightly updated, including approximately 40 new references, version of the Ph.D. thesis "Technologies du Web Sémantique pour l'Enterprise 2.0""--T.p. verso.
Description: xxix, 328 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: pt. I Introduction --
Introduction --
Context and Scientific Motivation --
Context of the Thesis --
Motivations and Research Questions --
Main Results and Contributions --
Overall Content of the Thesis --
Content --
Lecture Guide --
pt. II Contributions --
ch. 1 Towards a Convergence Between Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web --
Introduction --
1.1.The Semantic Web: Knowledge Representation and Data Interoperability on the Web --
1.1.1.Towards a Machine-readable Web --
1.1.2.Knowledge Representation for the Web with RDF(S) and OWL --
1.1.2.1.Identifying and Representing Resources using URIs and RDF --
1.1.2.2.Vocabularies and Ontologies for the Semantic Web: RDFS and OWL --
1.1.3.Querying RDF Data Using SPARQL --
1.1.4.The Semantic Web and the Web of Data --
1.2.Web 2.0: From Readers to Consumers --
1.2.1.A Collaborative Web --
1.2.2.Blogs, Wikis, Social Networking and Content Syndication --
1.2.2.1.Wikis and Personal Information Sharing --
1.2.2.2.Wikis and Collaborative Information Management --
1.2.2.3.RSS and Content Syndication --
1.2.3.Social Metadata: Tags and Folksonomies --
1.2.4.Content Sharing, Social Networking and Object-centred Sociality --
1.3.A Convergence Between Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web --
1.3.1.Summary of these Two Visions --
1.3.2.Web 2.0 Assets for the Semantic Web --
1.3.3.Semantic Web Assets for Web 2.0 --
Conclusion --
ch. 2 SemSLATES: A Semantic Approach for Enterprise 2.0 --
Introduction --
2.1.Collaboration in the Enterprise: the Athena Project --
2.1.1.Motivations and Goals --
2.1.2.The Hermes Platform --
2.1.2.1.RSS for Information Integration and Sharing --
2.1.2.2.Weblogs for Content Publishing --
2.1.2.3.Wikis for Collaborative Knowledge Management --
2.1.2.4.Document Annotation and Information Retrieval --
2.1.3.Overall Integration of the Services --
2.1.4.Usage Statistics --
2.2.Issues of Enterprise 2.0 Ecosystems --
2.2.1.Information Fragmentation and Heterogeneity of Data Sources --
2.2.2.Knowledge Capture and Re-use --
2.2.3.Tags, Folksonomies and Information Retrieval --
2.2.3.1.Ambiguity Issues --
2.2.3.2.Heterogeneity Issues --
2.2.3.3.Lack of Organisation --
2.2.3.4.Clustering Approaches and their Limits --
2.2.4.Summary of the Different Issues --
2.3.SemSLATES: A Semantic Ecosystem for Enterprise 2.0 --
2.3.1.The SemSLATES Methodology --
2.3.2.A Social Semantic Middleware Architecture --
2.3.3.Representation Models, Services and Adaptors --
2.3.3.1.Producing Socio-structural Metadata From Existing Services --
2.3.3.2.Knowledge Capture and Ontology Population --
2.3.3.3.Tagging and Semantic Indexing --
2.3.3.4.Enhancing User Experience through Additional Services using RDF Data --
2.3.4.Related Work and Relevance of our Approach --
Conclusion --
ch. 3 Ontologies for Enterprise 2.0 --
Introduction --
3.1.Modelling Socio-structural Metadata for Web 2.0 Services with SIOC --
3.1.1.Motivations --
3.1.2.Related Work --
3.1.3.The SIOC Ontology --
3.1.3.1.Main Classes and Properties of SIOC --
3.1.3.2.The SIOC Modules --
3.1.4.Relationships and Alignment with Existing Vocabularies --
3.1.4.1.DublinCore --
3.1.4.2.FOAF --
3.1.4.3.RSS 1.0 --
3.1.4.4.SKOS --
3.1.5.SIOC, FOAF and Social Data Portability --
3.1.6.Evaluation --
3.2.Modelling Domain Ontologies --
3.2.1.Requirements --
3.2.2.Representing Agents Using FOAF and Extensions --
3.2.3.Representing Geolocation --
3.2.4.Designing a Lightweight Role Ontology Using SKOS --
3.2.4.1.Representing Agents and their Roles --
3.2.4.2.Hierarchies of Roles' Facets --
3.2.5.Overall Integration of our Domain Ontologies --
3.3.Combining Tags and Ontologies with MOAT --
3.3.1.Tags, Folksonomies and Ontologies --
3.3.1.1.Emergent Semantics in Tagging Systems --
3.3.1.2.Modelling Tags Using Semantic Web Technologies --
3.3.1.3.Applications Combining Tagging and Semantic Web Technologies --
3.3.2.Representing the Meaning of Tags with MOAT --
3.3.3.The MOAT Ontology --
3.3.4.Comparison of MOAT with Other Ontologies --
Conclusion --
ch. 4 Semantic Annotations and Collaborative Ontology Population --
Introduction --
4.1.Semantic Annotations of Web 2.0 Content --
4.1.1.An Automated Approach for Generating Socio-structural Metadata --
4.1.2.Generating Socio-structural Metadata from Enterprise 2.0 Services --
4.1.2.1.From RSS and Atom to SIOC --
4.1.2.2.Generating SIOC Metadata from Blogs and Wikis --
4.1.3.Generating SIOC Data on the Web --
4.2.UfoWiki: A Semantic Wiki for Ontology Population --
4.2.1.Related Work --
4.2.1.1.Platypus --
4.2.1.2.SemPerWiki --
4.2.1.3.Semantic MediaWiki --
4.2.1.4.IkeWiki --
4.2.1.5.OntoWiki --
4.2.1.6.AceWiki --
4.2.2.Goals and Principles of UfoWiki --
4.2.3.System Architecture --
4.2.3.1.Ontologies --
4.2.3.2.User-interfaces --
4.2.3.3.Generating and Storing RDF Annotations --
4.2.4.Using Ufowiki for Collaborative Ontology Population --
4.2.4.1.UfoWiki in Practice --
4.2.4.2.Integrating External Resources --
4.2.5.Evaluation --
4.2.5.1.UfoWiki and the State of the Art in Semantic Wikis --
4.2.5.2.Usage Statistics --
4.3.From Tagging to Semantic Tagging with MOAT --
4.3.1.Semantic Tagging Capabilities with MOAT Applications --
4.3.2.Software Implementations --
4.3.2.1.A Public MOAT Client for Drupal --
4.3.2.2.Improvements for the Hermes Platform --
4.3.2.3.LODr: Semantic Indexing for Existing Web 2.0 Content --
4.3.2.4.MOAT Servers and their Communication Protocols --
4.3.3.Evaluation --
4.3.3.1.MOAT in our Enterprise 2.0 Ecosystem --
4.3.3.2.Initiatives using MOAT --
Conclusion --
ch. 5 Integrating and Using Distributed Semantic Annotations for Improving User Experience --
Introduction --
5.1.Storing Semantic Annotations in Enterprise 2.0 Ecosystems --
5.1.1.The Need for an RDF Store --
5.1.2.Requirements for an RDF Store in the SemSLATES Context --
5.1.3.Communication Protocols --
5.2.Enriching UfoWiki's Features --
5.2.1.Enhancing Information Discovery Using Semantic Macros --
5.2.1.1.Principles of UfoWiki's Semantic Macros --
5.2.1.2.Taking Data Provenance Into Account --
5.2.1.3.Combining Business Data and Socio-structural Metadata --
5.2.2.Using Context in Semantic Macros --
5.2.3.Advanced User Interfaces and Semantic Mash-ups --
5.2.3.1.Faceted Navigation --
5.2.3.2.Semantic Mash-ups --
5.3.Enabling Interoperability Between Applications Using Semantic Annotations --
5.3.1.Aggregating Blog Posts in Wikis Pages --
5.3.2.Ontology-based Indexing of RSS Feeds --
5.3.3.Projecting Knowledge to Enhance the Browsing Experience --
5.4.Semantic Search for Enterprise 2.0 --
5.4.1.Search and the Semantic Web --
5.4.2.Building an Ontology-based Semantic Search Engine --
5.4.3.Search Suggestions --
5.4.3.1.Concept and Implementation --
5.4.3.2.Applying Similar Principles to Web Data --
Conclusion --
pt. III Conclusion --
Conclusion --
Summary of our Contributions --
Perspectives and Thoughts Regarding the Semantic Web --
pt. IV Appendixes.
Series Title: Studies on the Semantic Web, v. 009.
Responsibility: Alexandre Passant..

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