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SomeWhere in the Semantic Web

Abstract : In this paper, we describe the SomeWhere semantic peer-to-peer data management system that promotes a "small is beautiful" vision of the Semantic Web based on simple personalized ontologies (e.g., taxonomies of classes) but which are distributed at a large scale. In this vision of the Semantic Web, no user imposes to others his own ontology. Logical mappings between ontologies make possible the creation of a web of people in which personalized semantic marking up of data cohabits nicely with a collaborative exchange of data. In this view, the Web is a huge peer-to-peer data management system based on simple distributed ontologies and mappings.
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Philippe Adjiman, Philippe Chatalic, François Goasdoué, Marie-Christine Rousset, Laurent Simon. SomeWhere in the Semantic Web. International Workshop on Principles and Practice of Semantic Web Reasoning, Sep 2005, Dagstuhl, Germany. ⟨inria-00000268⟩



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