OMNIPAPER: BRINGING ELECTRONIC NEWS PUBLISHING TO A NEXT LEVEL USING XML AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
||Paepen, Bert; Engelen, Jan; Schranz, Markus; Tscheligi, Manfred
||OMNIPAPER: BRINGING ELECTRONIC NEWS PUBLISHING TO A NEXT LEVEL USING XML AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE
||elpub2002 - Technology Interactions. Proceedings of the 6th International ICCC/IFIP Conference on Electronic Publishing held in Karlovy Vary, Czech Republic, 6–8 November 2002. Editors: Carvalho, Joao Álvaro; Hübler, Arved; Baptista, Ana Alice. Publisher: VWF Berlin, 2002. ISBN 3-89700-357-0. 395 pages.
||In the last five years the Internet, intranets and search engines have brought unmanageable amounts of information to the average user’s
fingertips. Since this growth will only continue, it is vital that users are supported in converting this universe of information into improved productivity and opportunity instead of being swamped and paralyzed. The OmniPaper
project is investigating ways for drastically enhancing access to many different types of distributed information resources. The key objective of OmniPaper is the creation of a multilingual navigation and linking layer on
top of distributed information resources in a self-learning environment, thus providing a sophisticated approach to manage multinational news archives with strong semantic coupling, delivering to the user more than the sum of
the individual service features.
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