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NetworkedPlanet provides semantic web technology on the Microsoft .NET platform and use that technology to improve information findability in SharePoint and other CMS systems. We are also responsible for Subj3ct.com, the subject identifier registry.


Kal Ahmed or Graham Moore


Currently we are working with Topic Maps Lab to integrate the Subj3ct identifier registry with the Maiana topic map editor application.


Improve the use and availability of identifiers for entities on the Semantic Web.

NetworkedPlanet is a partner of the Topic Maps Lab


Protocol for the Syndication of Semantic ...

by Graham Moore and Marc Wilhelm Küster 


This document describes a protocol to be used for the exchange of semantic descriptions. The protocol defines how a web service can publish a series …

Was presented at TMRA 2008.

A Vision for a Topic Maps World

by Graham Moore 


Topic Maps has been successful in delivering value in the context of content management, intranets and web publishing. In these contexts it has …

Was presented at Topic Maps Norway ....

Topic Maps for syndication of semantic ...

by Graham Moore and Peter Brown 


There is activity to define a generic protocol/service for using Topic Maps, ATOM, and topic map fragments to syndicate ontologies, controlled …

Was presented at Topic Maps Norway ....

Topic Maps fits in very well with Web 3.0 ...

by Graham Moore 


Graham Moore, CEO of Networked Planet, will be one of the main speakers at this year’s TMRA 2009, the 5th International Conference on Topic Maps …

Was presented at TMRA 2009.

Integrating SAP and SharePoint using ...

by Graham Moore and Axel Borge 


This document describes and architectural approach to integrating SAP systems with the Microsoft SharePoint publishing platform. The approach is …

Was presented at TMRA 2009.

Networked Planet Web3 Platform

by Kal Ahmed and Graham Moore 


Product presentation of a new online topic maps ontology, authoring and publishing platform.

Was presented at TMRA 2009.

Subj3ct – A Subject Identity Resolution ...

by Kal Ahmed and Graham Moore 


Subj3ct is an online service that provides a resolution capability between identifiers for subjects and the web addresses of encoded statements …

Was presented at TMRA 2009.


by Kal Ahmed and Graham Moore 


An innovative and compelling approach to using SPARQL to query topic maps data. This presentation at TMRA 2009 reflects the work presented in …

Was presented at TMRA 2009.

Making Topic Maps SPARQL

by Kal Ahmed 


The focus of this article is on the implementation of the SPARQL query language on top of a topic map repository. I’m not going to get down into …

Was presented at TMRA 2009.

Implementing Topic Maps Content Management ...

by Graham Moore 


One of the most common scenarios for Topic Maps is to use them as the primary paradigm for organising, classifying and finding content in a content …

Networked Planet Web3 Platform - Getting ...

by Graham Moore 


In this first part of an introduction to the Web3 Platform of Networked Planet, it is being described how the basic features are working to create …

Concepts for SharePoint Architecture No 1.

by Graham Moore 


This first video of Concepts for SharePoints by Networked Planet gives a brief description of how Concepts for SharePoint integrates a concept based …

Published Documents

Topic Maps In Web-site Architecture

by Kal Ahmed and Graham Moore


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

Is about Topic-Oriented.. .

Web3 Platform Los Kommune Demo Application

by Graham Moore


This simple demo shows how data publish can enhance both human and machine access to core information.

Is about Networked Planet.. .


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Nowadays Topic Maps appears to be very suitable for being applied in Libraries, Archives and Museums. It provides a suitable model and mechanisms for depth indexing, classification and the implementation of FRBR, CIDOC-CRM or other conceptualizations.

Liliana Melgar
Topic Maps Lab auf der Cebit 2011

Graduate from the Topic Maps Lab