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ATop: A software tool for Topic Map technology

Paper, was published by Athanasios Hatzigaidas, Anastasia Papastergiou, and George Tryfon at 2005-03-15

This paper outlines key factors on the level of functionality that a TM software tool should provide.

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Topic Map™ technology is a new semantic approach for information representation, management and navigation gaining increasing popularity. In order to realise and exploit the potentials of this new technology, the need for software development to manage TM is indispensable. In the context of this paper, we have attempted to outline some key factors, regarding the level of functionality that an integrated TM software application tool should provide. Consequently, keeping in touch with the main design principles, a software application tool (ATop) for efficient TM editing, browsing, navigation, management and querying has been designed, implemented and tested with encouraging results.

Authors

Athanasios Hatzigaidas

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Anastasia Papastergiou

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Anastasia is involved in FreeTM , GWTM, and ATop.

George Tryfon

drakator@gmail.com 

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George is involved in FreeTM , GWTM, and ATop.

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XTM1

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

 

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