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scutters for Topic Maps and RDF (assertion spidering/subject integrating bots): state of the art?

From: Alexander Sigel <sigel@wim.uni-koeln.de>
Date: Thu, 16 Feb 2006 11:44:38 +0100
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Cc: "Alexander Sigel" <sigel@wim.uni-koeln.de>

Dear colleagues,

I am looking for the state of the art in Topic Maps and RDF scutters
(assertion spidering bots).

Do you have any useful pointers/hints?

Do you have any information concerning the following four questions:

Which available collections of statements/assertions do you know and can
you recommend to me for a content aggregation scenario by subject?

Which scutters (spidering information agents for RDF and/or topic maps
(or fragments) do you know/can you recommend?

Which sites freely offer semantic web services?

Do you know of demo sites which can be externally queried with TMRAP 0.2
(or higher: 1.0, 2.0)?

For details with some references see:

Alexander Sigel, M.A., Researcher in Semantic Knowledge Networking
Univ. of Cologne, Dept. of Information Systems & Information Management
sigel@wim.uni-koeln.de, +49 221 470-5322
Received on Thursday, 16 February 2006 14:34:34 UTC

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