Linking folksonomies to knowledge organization systems
|Linking folksonomies to knowledge organization systems|
|Published in||Communications in Computer and Information Science|
|Keyword(s)||crowdsourcing, digital libraries (cs.DL), information retrieval (cs.IR), linked data, mapping, SKOS, social tagging (Extra: Crowdsourcing, Folksonomies, Knowledge organization systems, Linked datum, SKOS, Social tagging, Wikipedia, Data handling, Digital libraries, Mapping, Metadata, Research, Semantics, Hierarchical systems)|
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Linking folksonomies to knowledge organization systems is a 2012 conference paper written in English by Voss J. and published in Communications in Computer and Information Science.
This paper demonstrates enrichment of set-model folksonomies with hierarchical links and mappings to other knowledge organization systems. The process is exemplified with social tagging practice in Wikipedia and in Stack Exchange. The extended folksonomies are created by crowdsourcing tag names and descriptions to translate them to linked data in SKOS.
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