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The Ontologist: Semantic Web and Controlled Term Lists

Lists are everywhere. From lists of people in your organization to lists of stores of a given type in your area to lists of documents concerning sales figures, you likely deal with controlled vocabularies, directories and extended enumerations on a daily basis, even if you aren't necessarily aware of it.

Join author and information architect Kurt Cagle looking at the intimate relationship between REST, the Semantic Web and controlled term lists as he discusses The Ontologist, a tool and services framework for working with controlled vocabularies and graphs.

This meetup will be held at the APA, with Beverly Jamison as our host for the evening. She needs to give the APA security desk a list of the people who are coming so if you plan on attending, please also send your name in an email to Beverly ([masked]) and copy me ([masked]).

Food and drinks will be served.

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  • Niels N.

    Thought-provoking and interesting -- a deep dive into the meaning of lists and managing resources.

    May 25, 2012

  • Idriss M.

    Very interesting presentation. Learned a lot about how URLs could provide access to complex semantics content.

    May 25, 2012

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