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Pundit: Semantically Structured Annotations for Web Contents and Digital Libraries

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Pundit: Semantically Structured Annotations for Web Contents and Digital Libraries

Semedia's paper presented at SDA 2012 is now online available.

Abstract 

This paper introduces Pundit : a novel semantic annotation tool that allows users to create structured data while annotating Web pages relying on stand-off mark-up techniques. Pundit provides support for different types of annotations, ranging from simple comments to semantic links to Web of data entities and fine granular cross-references and citations. In addition, it can be configured to include custom controlled vocabularies and has been designed to enable groups of users to share their annotations and collaboratively create structured knowledge. Pundit allows creating semantically typed relations among heterogeneous resources, both having different multimedia formats and belonging to different pages and domains. In this way, annotations can reinforce existing data connections or create new ones and augment original information generating new semantically structured aggregations of knowledge. These can later be exploited both by other users to better navigate DL and Web content, and by applications to improve data management.

Reference

M. Grassi, C. Morbidoni, M. Nucci, S. Fonda, G. Ledda. "Pundit: Semantically Structured Annotations for Web Contents and Digital Libraries"Annett Mitschick, Fernando Loizides, Livia Predoiu, Andreas Nürnberger, Seamus Ross (eds.): Semantic Digital Archives 2012. Proceedings of the Second International Workshop on Semantic Digital Archives (SDA 2012), Paphos, Cyprus, September 27, 2012, CEUR-WS.org/Vol-912, urn:nbn:de:0074-912-6.