ProvenanceBee - Tracking Semantic Content and its Provenance in Semantic MediaWiki Installations
|SMWCon Spring 2014|
|ProvenanceBee - Tracking Semantic Content and its Provenance in Semantic MediaWiki Installations|
|Description:||This talk is about a system that presents summaries of detailed semantic activity in Semantic MediaWiki installations.|
|Event start:||2014/05/21 11:45:00 AM|
|Event finish:||2014/05/21 12:30:00 PM|
|Keywords:||Semantic Web, semantic data|
Our research focuses on studying semantic wiki communities to understand how contributors add semantic content to wikis. We have developed ProvenanceBee, a system that presents summaries of detailed semantic activity in Semantic MediaWiki installations. ProvenanceBee builds on WikiApiary, which already offers a centralized repository of summary information for MediaWiki (and therefore Semantic MediaWiki) installations.
ProvenanceBee accesses active installations of Semantic MediaWiki and gathers information about 1) all the concepts, properties, and assertions created in the wiki, 2) the provenance of all the semantic content in the wiki in terms of what users contributed which content, 3) the growth of the semantic content over time.