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ONKI SKOS Server for Publishing and Utilizing SKOS Vocabularies and Ontologies as Services

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ONKI SKOS Server for Publishing and Utilizing SKOS Vocabularies and Ontologies as Services
Vocabularies are the building blocks of the Semantic Web providing shared terminological resources for content indexing, information retrieval, data exchange, and content integration. Most semantic web applications in practical use are based on lightweight ontologies and, more recently, on the Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) data model being standardized by W3C. Easy and cost-efficient publication, integration, and utilization methods of vocabulary services are therefore highly important for the proliferation of the Semantic Web. This paper presents the ONKI SKOS Server for these tasks. Using ONKI SKOS, a SKOS vocabulary or a lightweight ontology can be published on the web as ready-to-use services in a matter of minutes. The services include not only a browser for human usage, but also Web Service and AJAX interfaces for concept finding, selecting and transporting resources from the ONKI SKOS Server to connected systems. Code generation services for AJAX and Web Service A...
Jouni Tuominen, Matias Frosterus, Kim Viljanen, Ee
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Type Conference
Year 2009
Where ESWS
Authors Jouni Tuominen, Matias Frosterus, Kim Viljanen, Eero Hyvönen
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