Bibster --- A Semantics-Based Bibliographic Peer-to-Peer System. Haase, P., Broekstra, J., Ehrig, M., Menken, M., Mika, P., Plechawski, M., Pyszlak, P., Schnizler, B., Siebes, R., Staab, S., & Tempich, C. In pages 122-136.
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This paper describes the design and implementation of Bibster, a Peer-to-Peer system for exchanging bibliographic data among Computer Science researchers. Bibster exploits ontologies in data-storage, query formulation, query-routing and answer presentation: When bibliographic entries are made available for use in Bibster, they are structured and classified according to two different ontologies. This ontological structure is then exploited to help user formulate their queries. Subsequently, the ontologies are used to improve query routing across the Peer-to-Peer network. Finally, the ontologies are used to post-process the returned answers in order to do duplicate detection. The paper describes each of these ontology-based aspects of Bibster. Bibster is fully implemented on top of the JXTA platform, and is about to be rolled out for field testing.
@inproceedings{ haa04b,
  crossref = {iswc04},
  author = {Peter Haase and Jeen Broekstra and Marc Ehrig and Maarten Menken and Peter Mika and Michal Plechawski and Pawel Pyszlak and Bj̈orn Schnizler and Ronny Siebes and Steffen Staab and Christoph Tempich},
  title = {Bibster --- A Semantics-Based Bibliographic Peer-to-Peer System},
  pages = {122-136},
  topic = {bibster[1]},
  uri = {http://bibster.semanticweb.org/publications/haase_04_bibster.pdf},
  uri = {http://www.springerlink.com/link.asp?id=x5xxt0fuhvkc74r2},
  abstract = {This paper describes the design and implementation of Bibster, a Peer-to-Peer system for exchanging bibliographic data among Computer Science researchers. Bibster exploits ontologies in data-storage, query formulation, query-routing and answer presentation: When bibliographic entries are made available for use in Bibster, they are structured and classified according to two different ontologies. This ontological structure is then exploited to help user formulate their queries. Subsequently, the ontologies are used to improve query routing across the Peer-to-Peer network. Finally, the ontologies are used to post-process the returned answers in order to do duplicate detection. The paper describes each of these ontology-based aspects of Bibster. Bibster is fully implemented on top of the JXTA platform, and is about to be rolled out for field testing.}
}
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