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Ontologies-based Architecture for Sociocultural Knowledge Co-Construction Systems

Abstract : Considering the evolution of the semantic wiki engine based platforms, two main approaches could be distinguished: Ontologies for Wikis (OfW) and Wikis for Ontologies (WfO). OfW vision requires existing ontologies to be imported. Most of them use the RDF-based (Resource Description Framework) systems in conjunction with the standard SQL (Structured Query Language) database to manage and query semantic data. But, relational database is not an ideal type of storage for semantic data. A more natural data model for SMW (Semantic MediaWiki) is RDF, a data format that organizes information in graphs rather than in fixed database tables. This paper presents an ontology based architecture, which aims to implement this idea. The architecture mainly includes three layered functional architectures: Web User Interface Layer, Semantic Layer and Persistence Layer.
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Guidedi Kaladzavi, Papa Fary Diallo, Cedric Béré, Olivier Corby, Isabelle Mirbel, et al.. Ontologies-based Architecture for Sociocultural Knowledge Co-Construction Systems. Online Journal of Applied Knowledge Management, International Institute for Applied Knowledge Management, 2018, 6:1. ⟨hal-02096267⟩



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