Friday, September 30, 2005

ACACIA - CORESE: a semantic Web search engine based on Conceptual Graphs 

ACACIA - CORESE: a semantic Web search engine based on Conceptual Graphs: "Corese stands for Conceptual Resource Search Engine. It is an RDF engine based on Conceptual Graphs (CG). It enables the processing of RDF Schema and RDF statements within the CG formalism (see the note from T. Berners-Lee on the subject).
Corese had support from INRIA for two years (2002-2004) software development support action and received a grant from INRIA for a one year engineer support (2005-2006).
This software is available in binary code for research, teaching and academic purpose under the INRIA license. It is written in Java 1.4 distributed by Sun Microsystems."

ESW blog: Corese Semantic Web Factory 

ESW blog: Corese Semantic Web Factory: "Corese Semantic Web Factory: a semantic Web search engine based on Conceptual Graphs
Corese stands for Conceptual Resource Search Engine. It is an RDF engine based on Conceptual Graphs (CG). It enables the processing of RDF Schema and RDF statements within the CG formalism. This software is available in binary code for research, teaching and academic purpose."

Lost Boy: Using Jena in an Application Server 

Lost Boy: Using Jena in an Application Server: "one question I've seen quite often recently is 'How do I use Jena within an Application Server?'

Here are some notes and pointers that may help answer that particular question. I don't have time for a complete tutorial, but hopefully the following pointers may be sufficient to get your oriented."

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