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Introducing semantics to_knoesis_website

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Introducing semantics to_knoesis_website

  1. 1. Introducing Semantics to Kno.e.sis Web Presence SANJAYA WIJERATNE CHASE CATHCART MENTOR – AJITH RANABAHU
  2. 2. Outline Problem Proposed Solution System Design Technologies Used Implementation Tasks Evaluation and Testing Future Work What We’ve Learned AcknowledgementsCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  3. 3. Purpose To improve meaning of the Kno.e.sis Web pages to search engines by introducing metadata annotations Annotate:  People pages  Library pages  News pages  General site navigationCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  4. 4. Annotation = Meaning No metadata – No meaning to the search engine Web Browser Human <div> Organization <h2> Date <p> Information Metadata annotations – Meaning for search engines  Rich snippets How? RDF, Microdata, Microformats  Schema.org specification – Google, Yahoo, BingCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  5. 5. System Design Content types Person Templates News Website frontend Library knoesis.org MySQL Modules RDF Microdata Legacy Data Stores Schemaorg LibraryCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  6. 6. Technology and Tools Drupal 7 on LAMP stack  Foundations of existing Kno.e.sis site  Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP Drupal modules – Microdata, Schemaorg  Inject annotations into content types  RDFa is part of core HTML/CSS/JSON/JS  Define new tags/data fields and style themCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  7. 7. What’s Involved Tasks Completed  Template changes – Library, News pages  New content types – Person, Project, News  Annotating site navigation and general pages  Annotating Library pages  Annotating News pages  Content type annotations – Schemaorg module Tasks Ongoing  Integration and Testing  Demo to comeCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  8. 8. Testing and Evaluation Over 90% of annotations on Library pages Support nested annotations Over 85% of annotations on News pagesCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  9. 9. Future Work Annotate other identified pages using Microdata and RDF  Visitors Page – Person and Event Concepts  Research Labs – Organization Concept  New Openings - JobPosting Applicability of an Ontology  Courses and Tutorials Page Future technologiesCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  10. 10. What We’ve Learned Classification of data  Content type design  Updating/migrating existing data Metadata formats  Which to use  Compatibility  Rich Snippets Testing Tool Drupal  Architecture  Application  State of modulesCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems
  11. 11. We Would Like to Thank…. Dr. Amit Sheth  For his idea on starting this project Mr. Ajith Ranabahu  Our mentor Mr. Joshua Dotson  Server administration Mrs. Tonya Davis, Mr. Kevin Kadakia, and Mr. Mandeep Singh  Content creation and updatesCS 475/675 - Web Information Systems

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