WWW2003 Budapest

The annual World Wide Web conference held in Budapest last week lived up to its reputation for internationalism and foresight. Keynote speakers included Tim Berners-Lee on the semantic web and Pal Tamas on economics and the information society, a spread which reflects the diversity of the conference which encompasses both technical and societal aspects of the Web.

KMi was represented by Victoria Uren who presented a paper on the Scholarly Ontologies Project entitled “Scholarly Publishing and Argument in Hyperspace”.

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