Common Access to EU Information based on semantic technology

author: Peter Schmitz, Publications Office of the European Union
recorded by: European Commission
published: June 6, 2012,   recorded: March 2012,   views: 5010

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The Publications Office is setting up a common repository to make available at a single place all metadata and digital content related to public official EU information (law and publications) in a harmonised and standardised way in order: to guarantee to the citizen a better access to law and publications of the European Union; to encourage and facilitate reuse of content and metadata by professionals and experts. The common repository is based on semantic technology. At least all official lanuages of the EU are supported by the system, thus the system is a practical example of a multilingual system accessible through the WEB.

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