Content Management refers to the process of gaining control over the creation and distribution of information and functionality. Although there are several content management systems available they often fail in addressing the context specific needs of end-users. To enable more task specific and personalized support we present a content management solution developed for the domain of urban resilience. The introduced content management system is extended with a semantic layer that aims to support the management of heterogeneous and large content repository with domain specific annotation and categorization capabilities. In addition, the applied semantic intelligence allows better understanding of content items, linkages between unstructured information and tools, and provides more sophisticated answers to users' various needs.
|Journal||International Journal on Advances in Software|
|Publication status||Published - 2016|
|MoE publication type||B1 Article in a scientific magazine|
- content management
- semantic technologies
- heterogeneous data repository
Niskanen, I., Murtonen, M., Pantisano, F., Browne, F., Palomares, I., & Davis, P. (2016). An integrated semantic approach to content management in the urban resilience domain. International Journal on Advances in Software, 9(3-4), 323-333. https://www.iariajournals.org/software/soft_v9_n34_2016_paged.pdf