When Mommy Blogs Are Semantically Tagged
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OWL 2-supported Semantic Tagging is a non compulsory yet decisive and highly influential component of a multidisciplinary knowledge architecture framework which synergetically combines the Semantic and the Social Webs. The facility consists of a semantic tagging layer based on OWL 2 axioms and expressions enticing social network users, typically mommy bloggers, to annotate their chaos of textual data with natural language verbalized versions of ontological elements. This paper provides a comprehensive short summary of the overall framework along with its backbone metamodel and its parenting analysis and surveillance ontology ParOnt, laying a particular emphasis on its semantic expression-based tagging feature, and accordingly highlighting the attained gains and improvements in terms of effective results, services and recommendations, all falling in the scope of public parenting orientation and awareness.
KeywordsSemantic Web Social Web Social Network Sites (SNS) Mommy Blog Natural Language Processing (NLP) Natural Language Generation (NLG) Web Ontology Language (OWL) Description Logics (DL) Recommender Systems Parenting Public Awareness
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