Conference Paper

Deep Annotation for Information Integration.

Conference: Proceedings of IJCAI-03 Workshop on Information Integration on the Web (IIWeb-03), August 9-10, 2003, Acapulco, Mexico
Source: DBLP


The success of the Semantic Web crucially depends on the easy creation, integration and use of seman- tic data. For this purpose, we consider an integra- tion scenario that defies core assumptions of cur- rent metadata construction methods. We describe a framework of metadata creation when web pages are generated from a database and the database owner is cooperatively participating in the Seman- tic Web. This leads us to the definition of onto- logy mapping rules by manual semantic annotation and the usage of the mapping rules and of web services for semantic queries. In order to create metadata, the framework combines the presenta- tion layer with the data description layer — in con- trast to "conventional" annotation, which remains at the presentation layer. Therefore, we refer to the framework as deep annotation.1

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