- Association Ontology Association Statements Bachelor-like Thesis Bibliographic Ontology Cognitive Characteristics Ontology Cognitive Pattern Counter Counter Ontology DCMI Metadata Terms Documentation e-foaf:interest Vocabulary Event Ontology FOAF Vocabulary Friend of a Friend Vocabulary Functional Requirements for Bibliographic Records Vocabulary General User Model Ontology GitHub HTML HTTP Info Service Ontology Interest Mining Ontology Like Linked Data Musical Characteristics Music Content Music Context Music Information Management Music Information Retrieval Music Information System Music Metadata Music Ontology Music Playlist Ordered List Ordered List Ontology OWL Time Ontology Personal Music Collection Personal Music Knowledge Base Play Back Counter Play Back Domain Play Back Ontology Property Reification Vocabulary Python Ranked Recommendation RDF RDFa Recommendation Recommendation Ontology Resource Description Framework Resource Description Framework Schema Review Ontology Scrobbling Semantic Web Semantic Web Architecture Semantic Web Ontology Semantic Web technology stack Sequence Similarity Ontology Similarity Statements Skip Counter Some More Individual SpecGen Statistical Core Vocabulary The Web Unified User Context Model URI User Modelling for Information Retrieval Language User Profile Modelling Web Web Architecture Web Ontology Language Website Hit Counter Weighted Interests Vocabulary Weighting Ontology XHTML+RDFa XML Schema
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Tag Archives: Music Information Management
Hello everybody, today I like to present the Play Back Ontology, whose use cases are trying to combine and extend the previous announced ontologies (Ordered List Ontology, Counter Ontology and Association Ontology) and of course further ontologies (e.g. Music Ontology, … Continue reading →
Hi, for everyone out there, who is interested in the work I’ve already done re. Music Information Retrieval and Semantic Web. Here is my bachelor-like thesis from September 2009. Unfortunately, I’ve written this thesis in German. Hence, a translation of … Continue reading →