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Topic Maps In Web-site Architecture

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Abstract:

This white paper outlines the role that topic maps can play in the Information Architecture and Systems Architecture of web-sites.

This white paper – which is provided by NetworkedPlanet – outlines the role that topic maps can play in the Information Architecture and Systems Architecture of web-sites. The challenges in creating and maintaining content-rich web-sites are outlined from the perspective of the Information Architect, the Systems Architect and the Content Creator.

The main bulk of the white paper focuses on the strategies for managing site navigation using topic maps and for integrating content from multiple sources on a topic maps-driven web-site. The goal of this case study is to encourage further discussion about these strategies and the implementation patterns that support them.

Please read and download the full case study here.

Authors of this document are

Kal Ahmed

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Kal is project leader of TM4J TopicMap Engine, TM4Web, and TMTab.

Subject Matter

Topic-Oriented Portals

by Alexander Sigel and Kal Ahmed 

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