A human and social sciences wiktionary in a peer-to-peer network
|A human and social sciences wiktionary in a peer-to-peer network|
|Author(s)||Khelifa L.N., Mezil R., Si-Mohammed A., Bouabana-Tebibel T.|
|Published in||2010 International Conference on Machine and Web Intelligence, ICMWI 2010 - Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Human and social sciences wiktionary, Peer-to-pee, Semantic mediawiki, Semantic wiki (Extra: Data availability, Human and social sciences wiktionary, Mediterranean sea, Peer-to-pee, Replication strategies, Semantic wiki, Share knowledge, System architectures, Behavioral research, Computer software, Distributed computer systems, Knowledge management, Semantics, Peer to peer networks)|
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A human and social sciences wiktionary in a peer-to-peer network is a 2010 conference paper written in English by Khelifa L.N., Mezil R., Si-Mohammed A., Bouabana-Tebibel T. and published in 2010 International Conference on Machine and Web Intelligence, ICMWI 2010 - Proceedings.
This paper presents an integration of a multicultural and multilingual wiktionary in human and social sciences in a peer-to-peer network. This on-line dictionary was developed as part of the FSP project to allow researchers from both side of Mediterranean Sea to exchange and to share knowledge in the human and social sciences domain. The present extension would allow off-line collaborative edition, scalability, management of inter-wikis link, an advanced search for constructing the global sheet by interrogating specific peers and finally a wiki page replication strategy to ensure data availability. The system architecture and the prototype are presented.
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