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Metadata on the Web: On the Integration of RDF and Topic Maps

Paper, was published by Paolo Ciancarini, Valentina Presutti, Fabio Vitali, Riccardo Gentilucci, and Marco Pirruccio at 2003-08-08

This paper introduces META, a set of integrated tools helping in editing, navigating and converting metadata.

Meta-information provides an additional layer of abstraction on web documents that can be used for sophisticated applications relying on the precise semantic characterization of their content. Two leading standards, RDF and Topic Maps, compete as the model through which expressing metadata. These two models are sufficiently different as to make back and forth conversion a difficult and imprecise task. In this paper, we introduce META, a set of integrated tools helping in editing, navigating and converting metadata expressed in either language.

 

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