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Cooperative Building of Multiple Points-of-View Topic Maps with Hypertopic

Paper, was published by Mohamed L'Hédi Zaher, Jean-Pierre Cahier, and Claude Guittard at 2008-08-15

This paper presents socio-semantic web applications based on the Hypertopic knowledge representation model.

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This paper presents socio-semantic web applications based on the Hypertopic knowledge representation model. The Hypertopic model is used to collaboratively construct topic maps with multiple user points-of-view within related communities. Three model building methods are presented herein: centralized, conflict-based, and hybrid. These methods are expressed using the socio-technical ‘SeeMe’ notation and method [7,8]. This paper will also illustrate how various co-building approaches can be used to construct Hypertopic maps in real communities.

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Mohamed L'Hédi Zaher

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Mohamed L'Hédi is author of Experimentation of a.. , Cooperative Building of.. , and A Conflictual Co-building.. .

Jean-Pierre Cahier

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Jean-Pierre is author of Experimentation of a.. , Cooperative Building of.. , Les Topic Maps sont-ils un.. , and A Conflictual Co-building.. .

Claude Guittard

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