An extensible semantic wiki architecture

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An extensible semantic wiki architecture is a 2009 conference paper written in English by Reutelshoefer J., Haupt F., Lemmerich F., Baumeister J. and published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings.

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Wikis are prominent for successfully supporting the quick and simple creation, sharing and management of content on the web. Semantic wikis improve this by semantically enriched content. Currently, notable advances in different fields of semantic technology like (paraconsistent) reasoning, expressive knowledge (e.g., rules), and ontology learning can be observed. By making use of these technologies, semantic wikis should not only allow for the agile change of its content but also the fast and easy integration of emerging semantic technologies into the system. Following this idea, the paper introduces an extensible semantic wiki architecture.

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