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GroupMe! - Where Semantic Web Meets Web 2.0 [chapter]

Fabian Abel, Mischa Frank, Nicola Henze, Daniel Krause, Daniel Plappert, Patrick Siehndel
2007 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
application which allows users to group and arrange multimedia Web resources they are interested in. GroupMe!  ...  Each grouping activity has a certain semantics: things which were previously unrelated are now connected with others via the group. We present the GroupMe!  ...  Conclusions The GroupMe! application is at the edge between Web 2.0 and Semantic Web and enables users to easily group and arrange multimedia resources they are interested in.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-76298-0_63 fatcat:wx32ggpvfbdctjfujxfhcd5mjm

Social Semantic Web at Work: Annotating and Grouping Social Media Content [chapter]

Fabian Abel, Nicola Henze, Daniel Krause
2009 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
These tools have, for example, been presented in the subsequent research articles. • GroupMe! -Where Semantic Web meets Web 2.0. By F.  ...  In 4th International Conference on Web Information Systems and Technologies (WEBIST), INSTICC Press, 2008 [19]. • GroupMe! -Where Information meets. By F. Abel, N. Henze, and D. Krause.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-01344-7_15 fatcat:sjq4fgj4qzbwjipbyrvi32zxri

Challenging research issues in data mining, databases and information retrieval

Aparna S. Varde
2009 SIGKDD Explorations  
The research spreads over a variety of topics such as text mining, semantic web, multilingual information analysis, heterogeneous data management, database learning, digital libraries and more.  ...  GroupMe! also contributed towards closing the gap between the social and the semantic web. GroupMe! data was stored as RDF and provided based on principles of Linked Data.  ...  It indicated that the workshop meets the quality standards of leading conferences where such accolades are given.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1656274.1656284 fatcat:kzoqwum75negbldpynaq4zxmfm

Tagging relations to achieve complex search goals

Rossano Schifanella, Luca Maria Aiello, Giancarlo Ruffo
2011 2011 7th International Conference on Next Generation Web Services Practices  
GroupMe!  ...  In such a scenario, collaborative tagging, one of the first social paradigm for online information retrieval, stopped at an early stage of the Web 2.0 revolution and did not follow the trend outlined by  ... 
doi:10.1109/nwesp.2011.6088196 fatcat:2rnhknuy7zhvboum5qtgjwhk3i

Adding eScience Assets to the Data Web [article]

Herbert Van de Sompel, Carl Lagoze, Michael L. Nelson, Simeon Warner, Robert Sanderson, Pete Johnston
2009 arXiv   pre-print
The OAI-ORE specifications are based on the principles of the Architecture of the World Wide Web, the Semantic Web, and the Linked Data effort.  ...  The same notion of aggregations of resources is common to the mashed-up, socially networked information environment of Web 2.0.  ...  2.0.  ... 
arXiv:0906.2135v1 fatcat:ch45zlg7kngqpkpd3jackjzvyi

Multiliteracies and Active Learning in CLIL—The Development of LearnWeb2.0

Ivana Marenzi, Sergej Zerr
2012 IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies  
Metamorphosis þ6 is a Semantic social platform for annotation and sharing educational resources across the web.  ...  These capabilities provide a seamless view on all resources stored in the various Web 2.0 accounts of the users, creating their Personal Web 2.0 Learning Space.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tlt.2012.14 fatcat:yhd24aldgbanlpy23c5osecsqu

Personal learning environments on the Social Semantic Web

Zoran Jeremić, Jelena Jovanović, Dragan Gašević
2013 Semantic Web Journal  
In this paper, we present how the integration of Social and Semantic Web technologies, often referred to as the Social Semantic Web (SSW), along with the Linked Data paradigm offer potentials for improving  ...  The GroupMe! 16 system combines Web 2.0 and Semantic Web technologies to provide personalized content management in a group (social networking) context [33] .  ...  Web and the Social Web (Web 2.0).  ... 
doi:10.3233/sw-2012-0058 fatcat:qg6vhis5uzcitek7zbonkcqik4

Achieving Efficient Access to Large Integrated Sets of Semantic Data in Web Applications

Pieter Bellekens, Kees van der Sluijs, William van Woensel, Sven Casteleyn, Geert-Jan Houben
2008 2008 Eighth International Conference on Web Engineering  
Web-based systems can exploit Semantic Webbased approaches to link data and thus create applications that make the most out of the combination and integration of different sources and background knowledge  ...  While a lot of attention is paid to the opportunities that this linking of data on the Web provides, the reality of implementing such solutions with currently available semantic technologies creates a  ...  Considering for example some other representative applications of the last Semantic Web Challenge15, we also recognize the steps described above. GroupMe!  ... 
doi:10.1109/icwe.2008.18 dblp:conf/icwe/BellekensSWCH08 fatcat:swf2k2cosjfy5hri2g5ai2o4wq

Representing Distributed Groups with d g FOAF [chapter]

Felix Schwagereit, Ansgar Scherp, Steffen Staab
2010 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Introduction An increasing number of Web 2.0 platforms providing social networking and community building functionality are available.  ...  Different Webbased services can use these authentication mechanisms for providing Web 2.0 functionality as indicated in [13] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-13489-0_13 fatcat:lkp7tlmogvex7htzw7m4wjz2ri

Contextualization, user modeling and personalization in the social web : from social tagging via context to cross-system user modeling and personalization [article]

Fabian Abel, University, My
These tools have, for example, been presented in the subsequent research articles. • GroupMe! -Where Semantic Web meets Web 2.0. By F. Abel [22] . • GroupMe! -Where Information meets. By F.  ...  While the Semantic Web supports data sharing from a technical angle, Web 2.0 patterns endorse data sharing from a system's design point of view.  ... 
doi:10.15488/7571 fatcat:ufybka6bnzgljltnsanr744wri

Utilizing distributed web resources for enhanced knowledge representation [article]

Monika Steinberg, University, My
Currently, the line between the Semantic Web and Web 2.0 is becoming much more fluid, allowing us to create new synergies in a Web 3.0 or Social Semantic Web environment.  ...  Especially in Web 2.0 and Semantic Web, the amount of freely available and collectively created resources has increased.  ... 
doi:10.15488/7761 fatcat:b5hcqip5v5ge3b5rmiwxofpmne

Using contextual and social links in information retrieval [article]

Sergey Chernov, University, My
To satisfy this tradeoff, we restricted modifications of the original structure to conditions where it was necessary in order to meet demands of the database model.  ...  Web Search and Web 2.0 A Web search engine is an information retrieval system for Web pages [ Chakrabarti, 2002 ] .  ... 
doi:10.15488/7830 fatcat:xb63jndyenbktby6whqtrimn7a

An approach towards context-sensitive and user-adapted access to heterogeneous data sources, illustrated in the television domain [article]

Bellekens, PAE (Pieter), De Bra, PME (Paul), Houben, GJPM (Geert-Jan), Aroyo, LM (Lora)
approach provides the possibility to overcome the gap between Web 2.0 and the Semantic Web by using well known vocabularies like FOAF, RSS 31 , Dublin Core and a custom GroupMe!  ...  GroupMe! is an application which allows users to group and arrange multimedia Web resources they are interested in [3] . The GroupMe!  ... 
doi:10.6100/ir689801 fatcat:qpbd7rruvne2vlzoikgf6l6spy

A Framework for Domain-Driven Development of Personal Health Informatics Technologies

Elizabeth Lindley Murnane
domaindriven approach that foregrounds a deep understanding of a targeted aspect of health, together with a compassion for the lived experiences of users, will produce technological solutions that better meet  ...  Today, the term behavioral intervention technology (BIT) is broadly used to refer to a range of modern modalities (e.g., mobile phones, web 2.0, and wearable and environmental sensors) utilized to support  ...  Today, thanks in part to the advent of novel devices and mediums (e.g., smartphones, wearables, and web 2.0 tech-nologies), individuals can independently collect, analyze, and act upon data representing  ... 
doi:10.7298/x4cr5rbr fatcat:kq7uwox4lrdfzbnfi7xkdi3yny

LINGUE ANTICHE E MOD LINGUE ANTICHE E MOD LINGUE ANTICHE E MOD LINGUE ANTICHE E MODERNE ERNE ERNE ERNE Rivista accademica internazionale on-line International refereed on-line journal

Direttore Responsabile, Renato Oniga, Maria Bortoluzzi, Annalisa Bracciotti, Maria Delvigo, Piervincenzo Di, Terlizzi Anna, Maria Perissutti, Milena Romero, Allué Sartor, Sara Vecchiato, Jaume Mateu (+9 others)
2014 unpublished
This reasoning rather straightforwardly applies to Latin. (17) to (20) are all cases where the understood (and elided) constituent can be analysed as a TP containing a trace of the fragment.  ...  Il sistema è stato progettato principalmente per connettersi ad altre reti e per la sincronizzazione delle risorse da differenti servizi del Web 2.0 (YouTube, Vimeo, GroupME!  ...  Il Web 2.0 e l'emergente 3.0, creando nuovi canali comunicativi, esaltano sempre più il valore dell'apprendimento informale, valorizzando le potenzialità dei contesti spontanei di apprendimento ed affrontando  ...