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A Survey of RDF/Topic Maps Interoperability Proposals

Technical Report, was published by Steve Pepper, Fabio Vitali, Lars Marius Garshol, Valentina Presutti, and Nicola Gessa at 2005-03-29

This document contains a survey of existing proposals for integrating RDF and Topic Maps data.

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The Resource Description Framework (RDF) is a model developed by the W3C for representing information about resources in the World Wide Web. Topic Maps is a standard for knowledge integration developed by the ISO. This document contains a survey of existing proposals for integrating RDF and Topic Maps data and is intended to be a starting point for establishing standard guidelines for RDF/Topic Maps interoperability.

 

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Topic Maps is an excellent paradigm to support human thinking and to visualize networked information. As part of my PhD project, I therefore chose Topic Maps as the conceptual foundation for designing and implementing a software prototype for semantic knowledge retrieval.

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