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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
Social tagging activities allow users to add free annotations on resources to express user interests, preferences and automatically generate folksonomies. This paper demonstrates how structured content available through DBpedia can be leveraged to support recommendation of resources in folksonomies. A limitation of resources' recommendation is the content overspecialization conducting in the incapability to recommend relevant resources different from the ones that the learner already knows. Todoi:10.1007/978-3-319-91464-0_3 fatcat:kq7i52kccrcgbe3vtxgzkma7ei