Property clustering in semantic mediawiki define your own classes and relationships
|Property clustering in semantic mediawiki define your own classes and relationships|
|Published in||CEUR Workshop Proceedings|
|Keyword(s)||Class, Demo implementation, Inheritance, Meta model, Proof of concept, Relation, Semantic forms, Semantic mediawiki (Extra: Class, Demo implementation, Inheritance, MediaWiki, Meta model, Proof of concept, Relation, Knowledge representation, Websites, Computer software)|
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Semantic MediaWiki (SMW) currently has an atomic understanding of properties: they are seen as annotation marks which can be arbitrarily attached to articles. As a next step towards an object oriented representation of knowledge we introduce a concept of property clustering. This makes it possible to define a formal meta model for a knowledge domain. We support class inheritance and typed relations between objects. As a proof of concept we provide an implementation which is based on a set of templates and a few existing MediaWiki extensions. A graph of the meta model can be generated automatically. We offer different models for entering information based on templates and forms. A demo website (http://semeb.com/dpldemo/SMWpc) is available.
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