SEAL

Nenad Stojanovic, Alexander Maedche, Steffen Staab, Rudi Studer, York Sure
2001 Proceedings of the international conference on Knowledge capture - K-CAP 2001  
The core idea of the Semantic Web is to make information accessible to human and software agents on a semantic basis. Hence, web sites may feed directly from the Semantic Web exploiting the underlying structures for human and machine access. We have developed a generic approach for developing semantic portals, viz. SEAL (SEmantic portAL), that exploits semantics for providing and accessing information at a portal as well as constructing and maintaining the portal. In this paper, we discuss the
more » ... ole that semantic structures make for establishing communication between different agents in general. We elaborate on a number of intelligent means that make semantic web sites accessible from the outside, viz. semantics-based browsing, semantic querying and querying with semantic similarity, and machine access to semantic information at a semantic portal. As a case study we refer to the AIFB web site -a place that is increasingly driven by Semantic Web technologies.
doi:10.1145/500737.500762 dblp:conf/kcap/StojanovicMSSS01 fatcat:nssu6age4rcx3ohtyjat7exiiu