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Implementing TMQL for teaching: The straightforward approach with emphasis on understandability and modularity

Poster, was published by Benjamin Bock and Sven Krosse at 2009-11-13

This poster speaks for a user-centric documentation of the current TMQL draft.

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Here are a lot of voices claiming, the current TMQL draft is too hard to understand and to implement. We argue that it is not the content but the presentation thereof. A clear user-centric documentation with lots of examples and a straightforward, modulary, publicly available implementation in a mainstream programming language will greatly help the understanding and acceptance of the current efforts. Additionally, this modulary implementation can show possible ways to modularize the standard itself.

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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.

Benjamin Bock
Ruby Topic Maps
Topic Maps Lab auf der Cebit 2011

Graduate from the Topic Maps Lab