Semantic MediaWiki (ISWC2006)
Abstract. Semantic MediaWiki is an extension of MediaWiki – a widely used wiki-engine that also powers Wikipedia. Its aim is to make semantic technologies available to a broad community by smoothly integrating them with the established usage of MediaWiki. The software is already used on a number of productive installations world-wide, but the main target remains to establish “Semantic Wikipedia” as an early adopter of semantic technologies on the web. Thus usability and scalability are as important as powerful semantic features.
Published at ISWC2006 (Conference paper)
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- Markus Krötzsch, Denny Vrandecic, Max Völkel. Semantic MediaWiki. In Isabel Cruz, Stefan Decker, Dean Allemang, Chris Preist, Daniel Schwabe, Peter Mika, Mike Uschold, Lora Aroyo, eds.: Proceedings of the 5th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC-06), pp. 935–942. Springer 2006.
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