The Ontogenesis Knowledgeblog: Lightweight Publishing about Semantics, with Lightweight Semantic Publishing

Phillip Lord, Simon Cockell, Daniel C Swan, Robert Stevens

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    Abstract

    The web has moved from a minority interest tool to one of the most heavily used platforms for publication. De- spite originally being designed by and for academics, it has left academic publishing largely untouched; most papers are available on-line, but in PDF and are most easily read once printed. Here, we describe our experiments with using com- modity web technology to replace the existing publishing process; the resource describing ontologies that we have de- veloped with this platform; and, finally, the implications that this may have for publishing in a semantic web frame- work.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publication{Proceedings of the 1st Workshop on Semantic Web Technologies for Libraries and Readers}
    Publication statusPublished - 2011

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