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A pragmatic application of the semantic web using SemTalk

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A pragmatic application of the semantic web using SemTalk
The Semantic Web is a new layer of the Internet that enables semantic representation of the contents of existing web pages. Using common ontologies, human users sketch out the most important facts in models that act as intelligent whiteboards. Once models are broadcasted to the Internet, new and intelligent search engines, "ambient" intelligent devices and agents would be able to exploit this knowledge network. [1] The main idea of SemTalk is to empower end users to contribute to the Semantic Web by offering an easy to use MS Visio-based graphical editor to create RDF-like schema and workflows. Since the modeled data is found by Microsoft's Office XP SmartTags, users can benefit from these Semantic Webs as part of their daily work with other Microsoft Office products such as Word, Excel or Outlook. SemTalk's graphically configurable meta model also extends the functionality of the Visio modeling tool because it makes it easy to configure Visio to different modeling...
Christian Fillies, Gay Wood-Albrecht, Frauke Weich
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where WWW
Authors Christian Fillies, Gay Wood-Albrecht, Frauke Weichhardt
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