The RDFa Content Editor - From WYSIWYG to WYSIWYM. Khalili, A., Auer, S., & Hladky, D. In 2012 IEEE 36th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC), pages 531-540, July, 2012.
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Recently practical approaches for managing and supporting the life-cycle of semantic content on the Web of Data made quite some progress. However, the currently least developed aspect of the semantic content life-cycle is the user-friendly manual and semi-automatic creation of rich semantic content. In this paper we present the RDFaCE approach for combining WYSIWYG text authoring with the creation of rich semantic annotations. Our approach is based on providing four different views to the content authors: a classical WYSIWYG view, a WYSIWYM (What You See Is What You Mean) view making the semantic annotations visible, a fact view and the respective HTML/RDFa source code view. The views are synchronized such that changes made in one of the views automatically update the others. They provide different means of semantic content authoring for the different personas involved in the content creation life-cycle. For bootstrapping the semantic annotation process we integrate five different text annotation services. We evaluate their accuracy and empirically show that a combination of them yields superior results.
@INPROCEEDINGS{RDFACE-Khalili-2012,
  author = {Khalili, Ali and Auer, S{\"o}ren and Hladky, Daniel},
  title = {The RDFa Content Editor - From WYSIWYG to WYSIWYM},
  booktitle = {2012 IEEE
	36th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC)},
  year = {2012},
  pages = {531-540},
  month = {July},
  abstract = {Recently practical approaches for managing and supporting the life-cycle
	of semantic content on the Web of Data made quite some progress.
	However, the currently least developed aspect of the semantic content
	life-cycle is the user-friendly manual and semi-automatic creation
	of rich semantic content. In this paper we present the RDFaCE approach
	for combining WYSIWYG text authoring with the creation of rich semantic
	annotations. Our approach is based on providing four different views
	to the content authors: a classical WYSIWYG view, a WYSIWYM (What
	You See Is What You Mean) view making the semantic annotations visible,
	a fact view and the respective HTML/RDFa source code view. The views
	are synchronized such that changes made in one of the views automatically
	update the others. They provide different means of semantic content
	authoring for the different personas involved in the content creation
	life-cycle. For bootstrapping the semantic annotation process we
	integrate five different text annotation services. We evaluate their
	accuracy and empirically show that a combination of them yields superior
	results.},
  doi = {10.1109/COMPSAC.2012.72},
  issn = {0730-3157},
  keywords = {Internet;authoring systems;text analysis;RDFa content editor;RDFaCE;WYSIWYG;WYSIWYM;Web
	of Data;semantic annotations;semantic content life-cycle;text authoring;Conferences;Software;RDFa;rNews;semantic
	content authoring;text annotation}
}
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