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An Active, Ontology-driven Network Service for Internet Collaboration

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An Active, Ontology-driven Network Service for Internet Collaboration
: Web portals have emerged as an important means of collaboration on the WWW, and the integration of ontologies promises to make them more accurate in how they serve users’ collaboration and information location requirements. However, web portals are essentially a centralised architecture resulting in difficulties supporting seamless roaming between portals and collaboration between groups supported on different portals. This paper proposes an alternative approach to collaboration over the web using ontologies that is de-centralised and exploits content-based networking. We argue that this approach promises a user-centric, timely, secure and location-independent mechanism, which is potentially more scaleable and universal than existing centralised portals.
David Lewis, Kevin Feeney, Thanassis Tiropanis, Si
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where ECAI
Authors David Lewis, Kevin Feeney, Thanassis Tiropanis, Simon Courtenage
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