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Combinatorial Hypermaps vs Topic Maps

by Patrice Ossona de Mendez 

Combinatorical

Topic Maps have been introduced to interchangeably represent information about the structure of information resources used to define topics, and the …


Towards a Flexible Semantic Framework for ...

by David Damen and Tim Van den Bulcke 

Signet_publication

Clinical trials are conducted extensively in clinical research. Most often, the eligibility screening consists of manually reviewing individual …


 

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Topic Maps is the only formal semantic model which is optimized for humans, not for computers. Applications and web portals based on Topic Maps are easy to use, without limitations for flexibility and creativity.

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