SAF: A Provenance-tracking Framework for Interoperable Semantic Applications

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SAF, the Semantic Application Framework, is a set of JavaScript files that developers can use to build semantic applications. Since SAF provides common structure, applications are often small (~250 lines of code on average) and can immediately have features such as provenance tracking (modeled in OPM) and access control policies. Applications can accept RDF datasets and must output their data in RDF so that other applications can read that data. End users can then combine various applications together to build custom applications to view data.


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March 1, 2011
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Inference And Trust
Lead Professor: Deborah L. McGuinness
Description: Inference And Trust
Knowledge Provenance
Lead Professor: Deborah L. McGuinness
Description: Knowledge Provenance
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