Challenges in Bridging Social Semantics and Formal Semantics on the Web

08/29/2014
by   Fabien Lucien Gandon, et al.
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This paper describes several results of Wimmics, a research lab which names stands for: web-instrumented man-machine interactions, communities, and semantics. The approaches introduced here rely on graph-oriented knowledge representation, reasoning and operationalization to model and support actors, actions and interactions in web-based epistemic communities. The re-search results are applied to support and foster interactions in online communities and manage their resources.

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