|Title||Managing Semantic Content for the Web|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2002|
|Authors||Clemens Bertram, David Avant, Brian Hammond, Krysztof Kochut, Yashodhan Warke, Amit Sheth|
|Journal||IEEE Internet Computing|
|Publisher||IEEE Internet Computing|
|Keywords||knowledgebase assisted extraction, metadata extraction from semistructured text, metadata extraction from unstructured text, Semantic Annotation, Semantic Association, semantic metadata extraction, Semantic Search|
By associating meaning with content, the Semantic Web will facilitate search, interoperability, and the composition of complex applications. A recent Scientific American article described the Semantic Web as 'an extension of the current Web in which information is given well-defined meaning, better enabling computers and people to work in cooperation.' Not long ago, researchers at a Stanford University symposium predicted that this second phase of the Web would be as revolutionary as the Web itself.
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Amit Sheth, Clemens Bertram, David Avant, Brian Hammond, Krysztof Kochut, and Yashodhan Warke, 'Managing Semantic Content for the Web,' IEEE Internet Computing, July 2002, p. 80-87.
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