SCMS - Semantifying Content Management Systems
published: Nov. 25, 2011, recorded: October 2011, views: 2872
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The migration to the Semantic Web requires from CMS that they integrate human- and machine-readable data to support their seamless integration into the Semantic Web. Yet, there is still a blatant need for frameworks that can be easily integrated into CMS and allow to transform their content into machine-readable knowledge with high accuracy. In this paper, we describe the SCMS (Semantic Content Management Systems) framework, whose main goals are the extraction of knowledge from unstructured data in any CMS and the integration of the extracted knowledge into the same CMS. Our framework integrates a highly accurate knowledge extraction pipeline. In addition, it relies on the RDF and HTTP standards for communication and can thus be integrated in virtually any CMS. We present how our framework is being used in the energy sector. We also evaluate our approach and show that our framework outperforms even commercial software by reaching up to 96% F-score.
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