Pedrinaci, Carlos; Smithers, Tim and Bernaras, Amaia
Technical Issues in the Development of Knowledge-Based Services for the Semantic Web.
In: SWAP: Semantic Web Applications and Perspectives. 2nd Italian Semantic Web Workshop, 14 - 16 Dec 2005, Trento, Italy.
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The Semantic Web aims to extend the current Web with formal semantics in order to improve how users experience the Web, by ameliorating current activities and supporting the automation of some others. So far, current Semantic Web prototypes mostly aim at collecting and exposing information. Still, a semantic layer can support applying Knowledge-Based Systems techniques to the development of brand-new fully-ﬂedged Knowledge-Based Services for the Web. In this paper, we present the technical issues that have to be faced in the development of such a kind of application by presenting the Online Design of Events Application: a Semantic Web-based design support system that assists event organisers in the process of preparing events such as workshops and conferences, by eﬀectively reasoning over an inter-organisational process across the Web.
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