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Topic Map existing tools: A brief review

Paper, by Athanasios Hatzigaidas, Anastasia Papastergiou, George Tryfon, and Despoina Maritsa

This paper presents a brief review of existing TM tools.

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Topic maps™ are a new semantic approach to information organisation and they
were designed to enhance navigation and information retrieval in large sets of information resources. The steady increase of interest on behalf of the academic world and the industry to exploit the potentials of TM technology, resulted to a proportional increased need for developing software tools in order to facilitate the creation, editing and management of topic maps. Furthermore, navigation and representation of topic maps and consequently tools to support these functions is also a necessity. In the context of this paper we present a brief review of existing TM tools in order to set the boundaries on what should be included in an efficient TM software application tool, consequently evaluate their shortcomings and accordingly give a few basic directions regarding the level of functionality that such a tool would be expected to provide.

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.

Despoina Maritsa

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Despoina is author of Topic Map existing tools: A.. .

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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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