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SeWeSe: Semantic Web Server and JSP Library.

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All semantic web applications using a semantic engine rely on common functionalities that can be factorized into a semantic web application development platform; ours is called SeWeSe. The goal of such a platform is to provide reusable, configurable and extensible primitives and components in order to reduce the amount of time spent to develop new semantic web applications and to allow these applications to focus on their domain specificities.

SeWeSe is built upon CORESE engine and provides a set of primitives to build interfaces for queries, edition and navigation, and for the management of the transverse functions of a portal (presentation, internationalization, security, etc.). An ontology editor, a generic annotation editor and a basic rule editor are parts of the SeWeSe platform. The main purpose of SeWeSe is to integrate recurrent semantic web operations (e.g. perform a SPARQL Query, transform a result binding in a given view) in classic web technologies (e.g. JSP pages, servlet calls).

We extracted the JSP library (called Semtag) at the core of Sewese and made it available for download here.

WWW 2007 slides

WWW 2007 Paper