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Corporate Semantic Web – Applications, Technology, Methodology

Summary of the Dagstuhl Workshop 2015

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Hoppe, T., Humm, B., Schade, U. et al. Corporate Semantic Web – Applications, Technology, Methodology. Informatik Spektrum 39, 57–63 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00287-015-0939-0

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Keywords

  • Resource Description Framework
  • Domain Ontology
  • Knowledge Resource
  • Semantic Data
  • Graph Database