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Tabular Topic Maps
Presentation Tabular Topic Maps [ppt] 2003-10-20
Cogitative SVG Visualization of Kodak Digital Camera Accessories Topic Map [demo] 2003-05-06
Presentation Topic Map Solutions for Kodak Digital Camera Accessories [html] [pdf] at XML Europe 2003 Conference. 2003-05-05
This presentation shows how we used Topic Map based solutions to build, organize and maintain Kodak digital cameras accessories web site. The chosen approach did not require software investment. Excel, available and familiar spreadsheet software, served as an affordable and easy to use Topic Map GUI editor and repository.
>Excel worksheets represent different plains of relationships that are completely independent until the processing begins. An initial set of topic map documents is generated from applicable worksheets and by spidering a corpus of XML content files. Topic maps are merged based on the topic naming constraint or subject merging rule. Finally, XSLT drives generation of JHTML server pages, SVG and SQL scripts from Topic Map source code (CTW framework). We also show how we used Topic Map Ontology schema to calculate the difference between two Topic Map documents. This is also XSLT-driven. The difference topic map controls which web pages should be updated, which lowers server load and improves performance.
Because the framework is Topic Map based it was very easy to satisfy new requirements and add new planes of relationships.
Presentation Hands-on Topic Maps Ontology Modeling and Validation [ppt] at XML Europe 2003 Conference. 2003-05-05
Presentation Tabular Topic Map repository framework [html] at Extreme Markup Languages 2002 Conference. 2002-08-05
Cogitative Topic Map Websites
Cogitative Book Builder for Aspen Pension Library [demo] 2003-08-06
Recepie Generating Web Sites from XML Topic Maps [book] [xhtml] in XSLT Cookbook(O'Reilly) Book. 2002-10-01
Chapter Creating and Maintaining Enterprise Web Sites with Topic Maps and XSLT [book] [xhtml] in XML Topic Maps Book. 2002-04-02
Cogitative Topic Map Websites Introduction 2001-09-01
CTW Adaptive Classifier for Offsigt Images Library [demo] 2000-10-26
Presentation Building Dynamic Web Sites with Topic Maps and XSLT at Extreme Markup Languages 2000 Conference. 2000-08-17
This presentation describes Cogitech's Cogitative Web Sites (CTW) content publishing framework that uses Topic Maps and XSLT. It shows how one can easily integrate two different CTW Web Sites by simply merging their source Topic Maps. Source Topic Map aggregates content from the universe of WWW resources, and, at the same time, dynamically governs website navigation and site map.
Semantic Web Glasses
This presentation describes new approach that result in a more compact Topic Maps representation. Quantum Topic Maps leverage DAML-OIL to enrich Topic Maps expressiveness. In addition, one can use freely available DAML-OIL validators to validate Topic Maps expressed in QTM format. Presentation describes "Quantum" effects in Topic Maps and outlines Quantum Topic Maps Processing Model derived from TMPM4.
Semantic Web Glasses introduction. 2001-09-01
Presentation XML Topic Maps through RDF Glasses at Extreme Markup Languages 2001 Conference. 2001-08-15
This presentation describes XTM to RDF translator (XTM2RDF), which is now available online. It uses XSLT to translate topic map documents expressed in the XTM syntax into RDF. The translation process respects the TMPM4 parsing model for XTM. XTM2RDF supports inner and external traversals in RDF and XTM documents. XTM2RDF Translator XTM-enable RDF applications; on the other end, topic maps community can use RDF graph visualizers to view topic map graphs.
Presentation discusses principals and techniques for harvesting XML Topic Maps.
In particular XSLT transformation from PRISM into XTM is considered.
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