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The Social Semantic Web
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The Social Semantic Web
von: John Breslin, Alexandre Passant, Stefan Decker
Springer-Verlag, 2009
ISBN: 9783642011726
300 Seiten, Download: 24821 KB
 
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  Contents 5  
  1 Introduction to the book 10  
     1.1 Overview 10  
     1.2 Aims of the book, and who will benefit from it? 12  
     1.3 Structure of the book 13  
  2 Motivation for applying Semantic Web technologies to the Social Web 19  
     2.1 Web 2.0 and the Social Web 19  
     2.2 Addressing limitations in the Social Web with semantics 21  
     2.3 The Social Semantic Web: more than the sum of its parts 23  
     2.4 A food chain of applications for the Social Semantic Web 25  
     2.5 A practical Social Semantic Web 27  
  3 Introduction to the Social Web (Web 2.0, social media, social software) 29  
     3.1 From the Web to a Social Web 29  
     3.2 Common technologies and trends 33  
     3.3 Object-centred sociality 47  
     3.4 Licensing content 50  
     3.5 Be careful before you post 50  
     3.6 Disconnects in the Social Web 52  
  4 Adding semantics to the Web 53  
     4.1 A brief history 53  
     4.2 The need for semantics 55  
     4.3 Metadata 59  
     4.4 Ontologies 64  
     4.5 SPARQL 70  
     4.6 The ‘lowercase’ semantic web, including microformats 72  
     4.7 Semantic search 74  
     4.8 Linking Open Data 75  
     4.9 Semantic mashups 77  
     4.10 Addressing the SemanticWeb ‘chicken-and-egg’ problem 79  
  5 Discussions 82  
     5.1 The world of boards, blogs and now microblogs 82  
     5.2 Blogging 83  
     5.3 Microblogging 92  
     5.4 Message boards 98  
     5.5 Mailing lists and IRC 107  
  6 Knowledge and information sharing 110  
     6.1 Wikis 110  
     6.2 Other knowledge services leveraging semantics 119  
  7 Multimedia sharing 128  
     7.1 Multimedia management 128  
     7.2 Photo-sharing services 129  
     7.3 Podcasts 133  
     7.4 Music-related content 140  
  8 Social tagging 144  
     8.1 Tags, tagging and folksonomies 144  
     8.2 Tags and the Semantic Web 149  
     8.3 Tagging applications using SemanticWeb technologies 155  
     8.4 Advanced querying capabilities thanks to semantic tagging 162  
  9 Social sharing of software 166  
     9.1. Software widgets, applications and projects 166  
     9.2 Description of a Project (DOAP) 167  
     9.3 Crawling and browsing software descriptions 171  
     9.4 Querying project descriptions and related data 173  
  10 Social networks 175  
     10.1 Overview of social networks 175  
     10.2 Online social networking services 179  
     10.3 Some psychology behind SNS usage 181  
     10.4 Niche social networks 183  
     10.5 Addressing some limitations of social networks 185  
     10.6 Friend-of-a-Friend (FOAF) 187  
     10.7 hCard and XFN 195  
     10.8 The Social Graph API and OpenSocial 196  
     10.9 The Facebook Platform 199  
     10.10 Some social networking initiatives from the W3C 200  
     10.11 A social networking stack 200  
  11 Interlinking online communities 203  
     11.1 The need for semantics in online communities 203  
     11.2 Semantically-Interlinked Online Communities (SIOC) 204  
     11.3 Expert finding in online communities 212  
     11.4 Connections between community description formats 217  
     11.5 Distributed conversations and channels 218  
     11.6 SIOC applications 221  
     11.7 A food chain for SIOC data 222  
     11.8 RDFa for interlinking online communities 237  
     11.9 Argumentative discussions in online communities 240  
     11.10 Object-centred sociality in online communities 242  
     11.11 Data portability in online communities 244  
     11.12 Online communities for health care and life sciences 248  
     11.13 Online presence 252  
     11.14 Online attention 253  
     11.15 The SIOC data competition 253  
  12 Social Web applications in enterprise 257  
     12.1 Overview of Enterprise 2.0 257  
     12.2 Issues with Enterprise 2.0 261  
     12.3 Improving Enterprise 2.0 ecosystems with semantic technologies 268  
  13 Towards the Social Semantic Web 274  
     13.1 Possibilities for the Social Semantic Web 274  
     13.2 A community-guided Social Semantic Web 276  
     13.3 Integrating with the Social Semantic Desktop 283  
     13.4 Privacy and identity on the Social Semantic Web 284  
     13.5 The vision of a Social Semantic Web 286  
  Acknowledgments 289  
  Dedication from John 290  
  Biographies 291  
  References 292  


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