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What is Topic Maps, and Standards, Case examples, etc.

Presentation, was published by Motomu Naito and Michihiko Setogawa at 2007-12-12

This presentation explains and reports current state of each Topic Maps standard.

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Many Topic Maps have already been created and more and more Topic Maps has been creating all over the world. Many case examples and researches are presented in Topic Maps 2007 conference in Oslo and TMRA (Topic Maps Research and Applications) in Leipzig. At the same time Topic Maps standardized work is progressing steadily, for example, 13250-2 Topic Maps Data Model (TMDM) became IS (International standard) in August 2006 and 13250-3 Topic Maps XML Syntax (XTM) became IS in March 2007. And other parts of 13250 and related standards is making remarkable progress recently.

Starting at introduction to Topic Maps for new comer, this presentation explains and reports current state of each standards. Then it introduces many topic maps projects, researches and etc. Final

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Michihiko Setogawa

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Michihiko is author of An introduction to Topic Maps, What is Topic Maps, and.. , and Topic Maps based application.. .

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Asian Topic Maps Summit 2007

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Topic Maps is a family of ISO standards for identifying, classifying, and organizing information/knowledge and for improving its findability. …

Visit homepage of Asian Topic Maps ...

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TMDM

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TMDM is the abbreviation for Topic Maps Data Model. You will find a compact illustration of all relationships within the TMDM

XTM

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XTM is the abbreviation for Topic Maps XML Syntax. There are currently two versions: XTM1 and XTM2.

 

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