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Linked Topic Maps

Presentation, was published by Michael Sperberg-McQueen at 2009-11-12

The presentation is engaged in Linked Topic Maps.

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Michael Sperberg-McQueen

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Michael is author of Linked Topic Maps and Topic maps, RDF, and.. . He was keynote speaker on TMRA 2009.

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TMRA 2009

Conference in Leipzig from {{start}} to {{end}}

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