Fabian Abel, Robert Baumgartner, Adrian Brooks, Christian Enzi, Georg Gottlob, Nicola Henze, Marcus Herzog, Matthias Kriesell, Wolfgang Nejdl, Kai Tomaschewski:
The Personal Publication Reader.

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In: Proceedings of 4th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2005), Galway, Ireland (6th - 10th November 2005), Organization: Digital Enterprise Research Institute, LNCS 3729, 1050-1053, November 2005
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This application demonstrates how to provide personalized, syndicated views on distributed web data using Semantic Web technologies. The application comprises four steps: The information gathering step, in which information from distributed, heterogenous sources is extracted and enriched with machine-readable semantics, the operation step for timely and up-to-date extractions, the reasoning step in which rules reason about the created semantic descriptions and additional knowledge-bases like ontologies and user profile information, and the user interface creation step in which the RDF-descriptions resulting from the reasoning step are interpreted and translated into an appropriate, personalized user interface.We have developed this application for solving the following real-world problem: We provide personalized, syndicated views on the publications of a large European research project with more than twenty geographically distributed partners and embed this information with contextual information on the project, its working groups, information about the authors, related publications, etc.



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