Application of Common Sense Computing to enable the development of next-generation Semantic Web Applications
Cambria, Erik and Hussain, Amir (2009) Application of Common Sense Computing to enable the development of next-generation Semantic Web Applications. In: Proceedings of the WebSci'09: Society On-Line, 18-20 March 2009, Athens, Greece. (In Press)
Differently from early web development, today Internet is a dynamic being in which information is no more the core but the user itself. The first simple websites evolved to more and more interactive, from static to dynamically generated, from handcrafted to CMS-driven, from pure media to more and more transactive. The aim of this project, born from the collaboration between Sitekit Solutions Ltd. (Scotland), the University of Stirling (Scotland) and the MIT Media Lab (USA), is to further develop and apply software agent and natural language processing based technologies in order to blend a so-called OpenMind database with any given ontology, and hence build a novel intelligent software engine that can autocategorise or auto-tag documents. The developed software engine will enable the development of future semantic web applications whose design and content can dynamically adapt to the user.
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