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Contributor: Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Issued date: 2012-06-18

Citation: LOV Symposium: Linking and Opening Vocabularies 18th June 2012, Getafe, Madrid

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Keywords: Dewey decimal classification , Linked data , Freebase , Semantic web , Metadata , Metadatos , Web semántica

Rights: Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 3.0 España

Description:LOV Symposium: Linking and Opening Vocabularies = Simposium LOV: abriendo y enlazando vocabularios. Getafe Madrid, 18th June 2012

Author: Huurdeman, Hugo C.



Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Repositorio institucional e-Archivo Departamento de Biblioteconomía y Documentación DBD - LOV-Symposium: Linking and Opening Vocabularies 2012-06-18 Semantic Classification Search Huurdeman, Hugo C. LOV Symposium: Linking and Opening Vocabularies (18th June 2012, Getafe, Madrid) Descargado de e-Archivo, repositorio institucional de la Universidad Carlos III de Madrid Semantic Classification Search Contextualizing the Dewey Decimal Classification using Freebase by Hugo C.
Huurdeman, Oslo University College, Norway - University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands LOV Symposium: Linking and Opening Vocabularies, June 18, 2012 Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Madrid, Spain Extended abstract Introduction This work addresses a research aspect of linked open vocabularies related to the question on how repositories of Open Data can interact and be applied to traditional knowledge organization systems such as the Dewey Classification System.
It also presents a solution to address this challenge, by describing Semantic Classification Search (SCS)1 , a web application that combines the Linked Data of the Dewey Decimal Classification (DDC)2 , available via and Freebase3, a semantic collaborative Knowledge Base based on structured open data. The paper contains a short literature review on the Semantic Web, Linked Data, the DDC and Freebase.
Furthermore, it discusses the technology and development process of Semantic Classification Search, and the issues that occurred during the development, related to the underlying structure of the DDC and Freebase.
The article concludes by describing the implications of the Semantic Classification Search application, and offers suggestions for further research. Summary Semantic Classification Search is an extensible application that uses Freebase, a semantic online encyclopedia based on the Web 2.0 paradigm, to provid...

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