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Towards a second generation Topic Maps Engine

Paper, was published by Xuân Baldauf and Robert Amor at 2008-10-16

Highlights engineering considerations for a novel backend for the TM4J open source topic maps engine.

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The core of the second generation Topic Maps standards (TMDM, XTM2.0) has been finalized, yet the uptake is still slow. In this paper, we highlight engineering considerations for a novel backend for the TM4J open source topic maps engine, which is currently in development, but already usable for some purposes. As the name suggests, the “TMDM” backend is designed to reflect the TMDM specification closely. In fact, it is much closer to the TMDM than to the internal legacy TM4J data model (which is based on the XTM 1.0 data model). This motivates a bridging layer between the TMDM and the XTM 1.0 data model. We emphasize how merging is implemented in the “TMDM” backend and conclude with some synthetic merging benchmarks of the current “TMDM” backend prototype.

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Xuân Baldauf

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Xuân is involved in TM4J TopicMap Engine.

Robert Amor

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TMDM

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TMDM is the abbreviation for Topic Maps Data Model. You will find a compact illustration of all relationships within the TMDM

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XTM1 is the short name for Topic Maps XML Syntax, Version 1.0.

 

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