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Making the Semantic Web easy! Neologism is a simple RDF Schema vocabulary web-based editor and publishing system. Use it to create RDF classes and properties, which are needed to publish data on the Semantic Web. It's main goal is to dramatically reduces the time required to create, publish and modify vocabularies for the Semantic Web.
Serveur web sémantique pour Last.fm Nom Contact Maximilien Perrin Camille Roux Website ObjectifL’objectif de notre projet est d’exploiter des données extraites de Last.FM grâce à son API pour fournir une navigation directe et intuitive parmi les artistes et styles de musiques. ... [More]
This project hosts the following: Schemas (RDFS, OWL) covering the EuroStat dataset Code to convert the raw dataset to such schemas Access tools See also riese home for design, discussion and further resource.
The KiWi system aims to provide a platform for building Semantic Social Software applications. The underlying conviction is that most Social Software systems follow - or could profit from - the wiki principles of everyone editing, easy editing, easy linking, versioning, and web-based media. KiWi ... [More]
Tools for metadata management, comprising a schema-driven editor for XML metadata records, metadata schema development tools, a schema repository and an onotology repository.
This XSL sheet takes as input an RDFS ontology and outputs a SKOS taxonomy. Transformations are performed as follows: rdfs:Class skos:Concept rdfs:SubClassOf skos:broader rdfs:label skos:prefLabel rdfs:comment skos:note Language tags are managed. This sheet can be use with any XSLT ... [More]
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