DOI: 10.1115/1.802977.paper214
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Abstract: Mashup has become a major part of the Web 2.0 technologies. It requires shared meaning to enable the creation of new applications by combining or reusing different resources on the Web. However, most Web 2.0 applications share meaning based on XML-based metadata that still short of knowledge representation in handling computer-interpretable effects. This study attempts to integrate ontology technologies into Web 2.0 Mashups by defining a semantic multiple-layered architecture. Based on the proposed framework, …

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