Legalo: Revealing the Semantics of Links
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- Consoli S., Nuzzolese A.G., Presutti V., Reforgiato Recupero D., Gangemi A. (2015) Legalo: Revealing the Semantics of Links. In: Lambrix P. et al. (eds) Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management. EKAW 2014. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 8982. Springer, Cham
Links in webpages carry an intended semantics: usually, they indicate a relation between two things, a subject (something referenced to within the web page) and an object (the target webpage of the link, or something referred to within it). We designed and implemented a novel system, named Legalo, which uncovers the intended semantics of links by defining Semantic Web properties that capture its meaning. Legalo properties can be used for tagging links with semantic relations. The system can be used at http://wit.istc.cnr.it/stlab-tools/legalo.
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