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DSMW stands for Distributed Semantic Media Wiki
add multi-synchronous collaboration mode into semantic media wiki

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    • Multi-synchronous Collaborative Semantic Wikis Charbel Rahhal, Hala Skaf-Molli, Pascal Molli, Stéphane Weiss Inria Nancy-Grand Est Nancy University, France Pascal Molli
    • Context
      • Wikis are emblematic of the Web 2.0
      • It is a collaborative tool :
        • The web is a Read/Write space
        • Web content is built by users : they produce, but they also communicate and coordinate through the wiki
      • It is a social tool :
        • it transforms community of strangers into a community of collaborators
      • And wikipedia is really amazing...
    • Semantic wikis
      • Next, semantic queries can be performed:
        • [[LocatedIn::Europe]][[HasCapital::Paris]]
        • Return the semantic wiki page « France ».
      • Wikis can be used as knowledge base used by humans and computers...
    • Problems
      • As a collaborative editing tool, wikis does not support Multi-synchronous editing
        • [Dourish95] : Working activities proceed in parallel(multiple streams of activity), during which time the participants are disconnected (divergence occurs); and periodically their individual efforts will be integrated (synchronization) in order to achieve a consistent state and progress the activity of the group".
      • From a single semantic wiki server to a network of semantic wiki server
    • A real problem ? Yes especially for semantic wikis...
      • No transactional change support : Impossible to change several semantic wiki pages atomically
        • Semantic wikis restructuration requires to change many pages atomically
        • Intermediate state are visible to users and reasonners !
      • No process support :
        • How to implement a simple edit/review/publish process ?
        • Semantic wikis allow to build ontology, quality of the ontology is dependant of the process used to build this ontology.
    • How to provide multi-synchronous editing into semantic wikis ?
      • It is enough to manage semantic pages with Distributed Version Control Systems such as Git, Mercurial, Bazaar...
      • No :
        • DVCS do not currently support Semantic data types
        • DVCS only ensure Causality,
        • CSCW researchers demonstrated that Causality, Convergence and Intentions are required for collaborative editing
          • as in google wave for example.
    • Our approach : DSMW Distributed Semantic Media Wiki
      • Build the multi-synchronous editing feature directly inside an existing semantic wiki (SMW)
      • Multi-synchronous means:
        • A network a semantic wikis servers (DSMW nodes)
        • An update is produced on one server
        • It is broadcasted to other servers
        • Others servers receives and re-execute it
      • The system (all network) is correct if it ensures CCI consistency.
    • DSMW approach
      • The broadcast is based on the publish/subscribe model
        • Server administrators can choose what they publish
        • Server administrators can choose what they consume
      • Correctness is based on the Logoot algorithm (ICDCS09).
      • Logoot ensure CCI if broadcast ensures causality. We proved (in the paper) this is true, with our publish/subscribe mechanism.
    • DSMW ontology
      • All elements are represented using Semantic wiki pages : available for requests...
    • How it works ? 2 pages with [[is in::tutorial]] annotations [[isin::tutorial]]
    • Create your feeds
    • Paches are semantics wikis pages
    • Now subscription and pull from another DSMW node...
    • Now you can make your own dataflows
    • Conclusion
      • DSMW is an extension of SMW in order to allow multi-synchronous editing
        • Isolated work and Transactional changes
        • Dataflows
      • DSMW = SMW + Logoot + publish/subscribe
      • DSMW ensures CCI consistency
      • DSMW stores its data as semantic pages in an ontology:
        • Allows requests on pages and history of pages, exports...
      • LGPL : https://dsmw.org (in construction...)
    • Perspectives
      • Use the ontology of DSMW to compute new metrics for awareness
      • Compute existing divergence metrics
      • Compute new ones specific to fully decentralized work