An Integration Architecture for User-Centric Document Creation, Retrieval, and Analysis

Toronto

Abstract

The different stages in the life-cycle of content—creation, storage, retrieval, and analysis—are usually regarded as distinct and isolated steps. In this paper we examine the synergies resulting from their integration within a single architecture.

Our goal is to employ such an architecture to improve user support for knowledge-intensive tasks. We present a case study from the area of building architecture, which is currently ongoing.

Reference

René Witte, An Integration Architecture for User-Centric Document Creation, Retrieval, and Analysis. Proceedings of the VLDB Workshop on Information Integration on the Web (IIWeb 2004), August 30th, 2004, Toronto, Canada.

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@InProceedings{Wit04,
  author =       {Ren\'{e} Witte},
  title =        {{An Integration Architecture for User-Centric 
                 Document Creation, Retrieval, and Analysis}},
  booktitle =    {Proceedings of the VLDB Workshop on 
                 Information Integration on the Web (IIWeb'04)},
  pages =        {141--144},
  year =         {2004},
  address =      {Toronto, Canada},
  month =        {August 30},
  note =         {\url{http://rene-witte.net/downloads/witte_iiweb04.pdf}}
}

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