MusicMash2

Mashing Linked Music Data via An OWL DL Web Ontology

Jeff Pan, Stuart Taylor, Edward Thomas

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Abstract

In this paper we present MusicMash2, an ontologybased semantic mashup application. The two main problems involved in building semantic mashup applications of this type are, flrstly, a lack of populated domain ontologies available on the Web and, secondly, the poor precision of standard search facilities provided by many folksonomy-based tagging systems. We show how our reusable infrastructure can address these two problems. Furthermore, to evaluate the beneflts of our approach, we compare MusicMash2 to its predecessor MusicMash, which is based on standard Web 2.0 techniques.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages5
Publication statusPublished - Mar 2009
EventWeb Science Conference 2009 (WebSci'09) - , United Kingdom
Duration: 18 Mar 200920 Mar 2009

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ConferenceWeb Science Conference 2009 (WebSci'09)
CountryUnited Kingdom
Period18/03/0920/03/09

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Pan, J., Taylor, S., & Thomas, E. (2009). MusicMash2: Mashing Linked Music Data via An OWL DL Web Ontology. Paper presented at Web Science Conference 2009 (WebSci'09), United Kingdom.

MusicMash2 : Mashing Linked Music Data via An OWL DL Web Ontology. / Pan, Jeff; Taylor, Stuart; Thomas, Edward.

2009. Paper presented at Web Science Conference 2009 (WebSci'09), United Kingdom.

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Pan, J, Taylor, S & Thomas, E 2009, 'MusicMash2: Mashing Linked Music Data via An OWL DL Web Ontology' Paper presented at Web Science Conference 2009 (WebSci'09), United Kingdom, 18/03/09 - 20/03/09, .
Pan J, Taylor S, Thomas E. MusicMash2: Mashing Linked Music Data via An OWL DL Web Ontology. 2009. Paper presented at Web Science Conference 2009 (WebSci'09), United Kingdom.
Pan, Jeff ; Taylor, Stuart ; Thomas, Edward. / MusicMash2 : Mashing Linked Music Data via An OWL DL Web Ontology. Paper presented at Web Science Conference 2009 (WebSci'09), United Kingdom.5 p.
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