Collaborative Ontology Modelling
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This article first summarizes problems of the classic Semantic Web approaches to knowledge sharing and, to solve this problems, presents i) a protocol permitting people to collaboratively build a well-organized KB without having to discuss or agree, and ii) a protocol for a global virtual KB well- organized to be based on individual well-organized KBs via a partially mirroring between them. This article also presents some applications and a way to allow a precise collaborative evaluation of information providers and pieces of information. are useful but , in a sense, contribute to the problem they are partially alleviating since their outputs are new (additional) formal files whose objects are not related via explicit semantic relations to the objects of most other existing formal files. Most current Semantic Web tools that are not semi automatic are private KB editors or shared KB servers/editors (e.g., Ontolingua, OntoWeb, Ontosaurus, Freebase, and semantic wiki servers) which either i) let every authorized user modify
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