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Conceptual Open Hypermedia = The Semantic Web?

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Conceptual Open Hypermedia = The Semantic Web?
The Semantic Web is still a web, a collection of linked nodes. Navigation of links is currently, and will remain for humans if not machines, a key mechanism for exploring the space. The Semantic Web is viewed by many as a knowledge base, a database or an indexed and searchable document collection; in the work discussed here we view it as a hypertext. The aim of the COHSE project is to research into methods to improve significantly the quality, consistency and breadth of linking of Web documents at retrieval time (as readers browse the documents) and authoring time (as authors create the documents). The objective is link creation rather than resource discovery; in contrast, many existing projects are concerned primarily with the discovery of resources (reading), rather than the construction of hypertexts (authoring). The project plans to produce a COHSE (Conceptual Open Hypermedia ServicE) by integrating an ontological reasoning service with a Web-based Open Hypermedia link service. Th...
Carole A. Goble, Sean Bechhofer, Les Carr, David D
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Year 2001
Where SEMWEB
Authors Carole A. Goble, Sean Bechhofer, Les Carr, David De Roure, Wendy Hall
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