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Title
Ontology Supported Information Systems: A Review
Author(s)
T. PadmavathiM. Krishnamurthy
Publication Year
2014-12-31
Abstract
The exponential growth of information on the web far exceeds the capacity of present day information retrieval systems and search engines, making information integration on the web difficult. In order to overcome this, semantic web technologies were proposed by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to achieve a higher degree of automation and precision in information retrieval systems. Semantic web, with its promise to deliver machine understanding to the traditional web, has attracted a significant amount of research from academia as well as from industries. Semantic web is an extension of the current web in which data can be shared and reused across the internet. RDF and ontology are two essential components of the semantic web architecture which support a common framework for data storage and representation of data semantics, respectively. Ontologies being the backbone of semantic web applications, it is more relevant to study various approaches in their application, usage, and integration into web services. In this article, an effort has been made to review the research work being undertaken in the area of design and development of ontology supported information systems. This paper also briefly explains the emerging semantic web technologies and standards.
Keyword
Ontologies; Ontology based Information Systems (OBIS); OBIS-Food Science & Technology; Information Systems Storage; Information Systems Retrieval
Journal Title
Journal of Information Science Theory and Practice
Citation Volume
2
ISSN
2287-4577
DOI
10.1633/JISTaP.2014.2.4.5
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Type
Article
URI
https://repository.kisti.re.kr/handle/10580/8670
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