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Janos Haits

Apache Stanbol - Welcome to Apache Stanbol! - 1 views

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    "Apache Stanbol provides a set of reusable components for semantic content management. Apache Stanbol's intended use is to extend traditional content management systems with semantic services. Other feasible use cases include: direct usage from web applications (e.g. for tag extraction/suggestion; or text completion in search fields), 'smart' content workflows or email routing based on extracted entities, topics, etc."
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Webnodes Semantic CMS - ASP.Net - 0 views

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    Webnodes CMS is an enterprise quality ASP.NET CMS with a unique semantic content technology . Users work in a polished and user-friendly interface.
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Community | IKS - The Semantic CMS Community - Open Source - 0 views

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    KS is a community of CMS vendors, end-users, developers and researchers, created with the goal of coordinating and promoting efforts to develop semantic CMS technologies. The IKS community encompasses multiple projects, and provides a collaborative environment for experts in CMS and semantic technologies to share information and pursue common goals.
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Paggr CMS - The widget-based Linked Data CMS - semsol - connected information - 0 views

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    Paggr CMS - The widget-based Linked Data CMS
    Paggr is a novel CMS that combines Linked Data with widgets and simple semantic agents. It simplifies the intuitive creation of ad-hoc mashups from the growing amount of structured and self-describing ("smart") data on the Web.
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Webnodes ASP.Net CMS - 0 views

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    Websites are becoming web applications. Website developers need CMS's with semantic data models. Webnodes combines the power of ORM and CMS in one system.
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Building an interactive knowledge stack for CMS platforms | IKS Project - 0 views

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    Semantic-based Open Source Platform for Small to Medium CMS Providers
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