Ontology-Supported Web Content Management

Ontology-Supported Web Content Management

Geun-Sik Jo (Inha University, Korea) and Jason J. Jung (Inha University, Korea)
Copyright: © 2005 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59140-432-3.ch009
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Abstract

This chapter introduces the ontology-supported Web content management. Since the Web was regarded as one of the most important tools for searching relevant information, many studies have been attempting to develop efficient and accurate management of Web content and resources. We have been focusing on how to exploit the ontology to support semantic conceptualization of information on the Web. Especially, the emergence of semantic Web emphasizes the importance of the ontological processes. In this chapter, we will mention content management systems on the semantic Web, and then, we will introduce two applications from viewpoints of personalized content and electronic commerce as case studies.

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