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Towards the Semantic Superhighway: A Manifesto for Published Subjects

Paper, was published by Steve Pepper at 2006-05-23

This paper describes the need for a simple mechanism for defining and assigning unique global identifiers.

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This paper describes the need for a simple mechanism for defining and assigning unique global identifiers for arbitrary subjects on the World Wide Web in order to solve the problem of information overload.

It presents the case for Published Subjects and published subject indicators (PSIs) being the best solution to this problem, and briefly characterizes the strengths and weaknesses of alternative approaches. It ends with a call to action.

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