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Weller, Katrin

Knowledge Representation in the Social Semantic Web

Series:Knowledge and Information

DE GRUYTER SAUR

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    Publication Date:
    October 2010
    ISBN
    978-3-598-44158-5
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    Overview

    - combines aspects of knowledge representation for both the Semantic Web (ontologies) and the Web 2.0 (folksonomies). Currently there is no monographic book which provides a combined overview over these topics.
    - focus on the topic of using knowledge representation methods for document indexing purposes. For this purpose, considerations from classical librarian interests in knowledge representation (thesauri, classification schemes etc.) are included, which are not part of most other books which have a stronger background in computer science.

    Aims and Scope

    The main purpose of this book is to sum up the vital and highly topical research issue of knowledge representation on the Web and to discuss novel solutions by combining benefits of folksonomies and Web 2.0 approaches with ontologies and semantic technologies. The book contains an overview of knowledge representation approaches in past, present and future, introduction to ontologies, Web indexing and in first case the novel approaches of developing ontologies.

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    vii, 442 pages
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    DE GRUYTER SAUR
    Language:
    English
    Type of Publication:
    Specialist Text
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    Kathrin Weller, Heinrich-Heine-Universität, Düsseldorf

    Reviews

    "Insgesamt besticht das Buch insbesondere durch seine breite Sichtweise, die Aktualität und die Fülle an Referenzen. Es ist somit sowohl als Überblickswerk geeignet, das umfassend über aktuelle Entwicklungen und Trends der Wissensrepräsentation im Semantic und Social Web informiert, als auch als Lektüre für Experten, für die es vor allem als kontextualisierte und sehr aktuelle Sammlung von Referenzen eine wertvolle Ressource darstellt."
    Carola Carstens in: Information, Wissenschaft & Praxis 4/2011

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