Semantic profiling

I found an interesting document in which Dave McComb, President from Semantic Arts, explained out of his experience what we should retain about semantic profiling. He stated:

“Semantic profiling is a technique using semantic-based tools and ontologies in order to gain a deeper understanding of the information being stored and manipulated in an existing system. This approach leads to a more systematic and rigorous approach to the problem and creates a result that can be correlated with profiling efforts in other applications.”

There is no better way to express this topic. It means applied to this scientific profiling project: The semantic analysis of twitter users’ scientific profiles should help in a deeper understanding of their relevance to us. This also will create more correlation opportunities between Research 2.0 applications.

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About laurensdv
Computer Science Student, interested in creating more innovating user experiences for information access. Fond of travelling around Europe!

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