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IADIS
2004
8 years 10 months ago
RSS-Based Semantic Web Site Description. Making the Web More Accessible
As stated in the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines, it is extremely important to provide clear and consistent navigation mechanisms to increase the likelihood that a person wil...
Eric Noam Rodríguez Suazo, José Gabr...
DEXAW
1999
IEEE
105views Database» more  DEXAW 1999»
9 years 1 months ago
Personalizing the Web Using Site Descriptions
The information overload on the Web has created a great need for efficient filtering mechanisms. Many sites (e.g., CNN and Quicken) address this problem by allowing a user to crea...
Vinod Anupam, Yuri Breitbart, Juliana Freire, Bhar...
DEBU
2002
120views more  DEBU 2002»
8 years 9 months ago
DAML+OIL: a Description Logic for the Semantic Web
Ontologies are set to play a key role in the "Semantic Web", extending syntactic interoperability to semantic interoperability by providing a source of shared and precis...
Ian Horrocks
SAC
2010
ACM
9 years 4 months ago
The semantics of personalised web accessibility assessment
This paper presents SAAF, a Semantic Accessibility Assessment Framework for personalised Web accessibility assessment procedures. We define four domains as a way to decouple gene...
Rui Lopes, Konstantinos Votis, Luís Carri&c...
WWW
2005
ACM
9 years 2 months ago
How to make web sites talk together: web service solution
Integrating web sites to provide more efficient services is a very promising way in the Internet. For example searching house for rent based on train system or preparing a holiday...
Hoang Pham Huy, Takahiro Kawamura, Tetsuo Hasegawa
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