Annotation aggregators from social applications
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|Title:||Annotation aggregators from social applications|
|Description:||Annotations are metadata published about a resource, such as tags in del.icio.us, comments on stumbleupon.com, or twines on Twine.com. One of the main problems of these annotations is that they are not expressed in a standard format: thus, any tool trying to aggregate information from these sources should be able to access each one of them in a different way.
The purpose of this project is to develop translation tools for different social annotation systems, collect their data in a common format (expressed using an ontology), and show them through a unique user interface, able to display different annotations (i.e. geo coordinates, dates, tags, etc.) in different ways. Moreover, tests and evaluations should be performed on this aggregator to show how efficient the queries are when performed on-the-fly or from an intermediate knowledge base.
|Tutor:||DavideEynard (email@example.com), DavidLaniado (firstname.lastname@example.org), RiccardoTasso (email@example.com), MarcoColombetti (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Start:||Nowwarning.pngThe date "Now" was not understood.|
|Students:||1 - 2|
|CFU:||5 - 10|
|Research Area:||Social Software and Semantic Web|
|Research Topic:||Semantic Annotations|
|Status:||Proposalwarning.png"Proposal" is not in the list of possible values (Active, Closed) for this property.|
- Tools and instruments
- ontologies are described in RDF. Aggregators can be developed in different languages (a delicious aggregator is already available in Perl).
- Related projects
- A Unifying Framework for Semantic Annotation