EachWiki: Suggest to be an easy-to-edit wiki interface for everyone
|EachWiki: Suggest to be an easy-to-edit wiki interface for everyone|
|Author(s)||Zhang H., Fu L., Wang H., Zhu H., Wang Y., Yu Y.|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Unknown (Extra: High quality, Proto type, Semantic mediawiki, Web users, Wikipedia, Computer software)|
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EachWiki: Suggest to be an easy-to-edit wiki interface for everyone is a 2007 conference paper written in English by Zhang H., Fu L., Wang H., Zhu H., Wang Y., Yu Y. and published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings.
In this paper, we present EachWiki, an extension of Semantic MediaWiki characterized by an intelligent suggestion mechanism. It aims to facilitate the wiki authoring by recommending the following elements: links, categories, and properties. We exploit the semantics of Wikipedia data and leverage the collective wisdom of web users to provide high quality annotation suggestions. The proposed mechanism not only improves the usability of Semantic MediaWiki but also speeds up its converging use of terminology. The suggestions are applied to relieve the burden of wiki authoring and attract more inexperienced contributors, thus making Semantic MediaWiki even better Semantic Web proto types and data source.
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