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Musette: uses-based annotation for the Semantic Web

Abstract : In Tim Berners-Lee’s vision of the Semantic Web, software agents must be able to retrieve knowledge relevant to the end-user’s task, despite the heterogeneity and scale issues which are inherent to the web. Annotating web resources is considered a promising way to achieve this vision. We argue in this chapter that every actual use of a resource may provide useful knowledge about that resource and therefore should annotate it. We propose a framework for taking uses into account and annotating resources with their uses. This framework is the result of a generalization effort in our team after a number of projects focusing on modeling uses and experience. We believe that this framework is relevant to the Semantic Web where uses-based annotation may prove valuable.
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Pierre-Antoine Champin, Yannick Prié. Musette: uses-based annotation for the Semantic Web. S. Handschuh. Annotation for the Semantic Web, IOS Press, pp.180-190, 2003. ⟨hal-01583145⟩



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