| Shoko Kawamoto|
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|Co-authors||Aman Shakya, Asao Fujiyama, Hendry Muljadi, Hideaki Takeda, Koichi Ando, Satoshi Kobayashi|
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|Semantic Wiki as a lightweight knowledge management system||MediaWiki
|Lecture Notes in Computer Science||English||2006||Since its birth in 1995, Wild has become more and more popular. This paper presents a Semantic Wiki, a Wiki extended to include the ideas of Semantic Web. The proposed Semantic Wiki uses a simple Wiki syntax to write labeled links which represent RDF triples. By enabling the writing of labeled links, Semantic Wiki may provide an easy-to-use and flexible environment for an integrated management of content and metadata, so that Semantic Wiki may be used as a lightweight knowledge management system.||0||0|
|Semantic wiki as a lightweight knowledge management system||RDF
|Towards a semantic wiki-based japanese biodictionary||CEUR Workshop Proceedings||English||2006||This paper describes an on-going project to develop and maintain a web-based Japanese Biodictionary within a Semantic Wiki environment. For the development of the dictionary, MediaWiki is extended to enable the writing of labeled links that represent RDF triples. The extension enables Semantic Wiki to provide not only collaborative environment for experts in various biology fields to create and edit the dictionary, but also the navigation support to manage relations between terms. Using a simple wiki syntax, people can develop and maintain the dictionary visually and easily.||0||0|