Conference Paper

Towards Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities.

DOI: 10.1007/11431053_34 Conference: The Semantic Web: Research and Applications, Second European Semantic Web Conference, ESWC 2005, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, May 29 - June 1, 2005, Proceedings
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ABSTRACT Online community sites have replaced the traditional means of keeping a community informed via libraries and publishing. At present, online communities are islands that are not interlinked. We describe dif- ferent types of online communities and tools that are currently used to build and support such communities. Ontologies and Semantic Web tech- nologies oer an upgrade path to providing more complex services. Fus- ing information and inferring links between the various applications and types of information provides relevant insights that make the available information on the Internet more valuable. We present the SIOC ontol- ogy which combines terms from vocabularies that already exist with new terms needed to describe the relationships between concepts in the realm of online community sites.

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    • "The Semantic Web Technology stack is well defined and applying frameworks such as SIOC (Semantically Interlinked Online Communities) [9] and FOAF (Friend-Of-A-Friend) [10] can lead to an interlinked and semantically rich knowledge source [11]. This knowledge source will be built with user profiles and the content they produce on various social networks as a basis. "
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    • "Wrappers are lightweight plug-ins that enable developers to provide data in the RDF format for arbitrary resources. A social web application based on OAF for example would use a wrapper to fetch data from Twitter via its API and translate the JSON data into RDF with the help of the SIOC vocabulary [10]. Modules display little windows that provide additional user interface elements with which the user can affect the main window's content. "
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    • "The motivation for our approach outlines four major requirements for this modelling task: i) to support and re-use existing standards—particularly the W3C submission for SIOC [3] ii) integration within established PIM knowledge models iii) semantic decomposition into independent sub-posts "
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