Characterizing Semantic Web Applications
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This is a one-hour video recording of the presentation of Enrico Motta at the KnowledgeWeb summer school 2006. It comprises either the video synchronized with the slides (requires Flash) or the video alone. In addition, the slides area available in PDF and PPT format.
Table of Contents: Characterizing Semantic Web Applications Agents on the SW Conceptual Interoperability Compare with traditional KBS Analysis of SW Applications Requirements for SW Applications Key Aspect of SW #1: Hugeness Growth of the SW FLINK (2004) Key Aspect of SW #2: Heterogeneity Other key aspects of the SW Compare with traditional KBS Analysis of SW Applications Requirements for SW Applications Additional Requirements Framework for characterizing SW applications Applying the framework to six SW applications CS Aktive Space (2003) Magpie (2003) FLINK (2004) PiggyBank PiggyBank (2005) AquaLog (2004) PowerAqua (2006) Summary Graphical View Conclusions
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