- To qualify the content of information objects in order to enable navigational tools such as indexes, cross-references, citation systems, or glossaries.
- To link pieces of information together for the purpose of enabling navigation between them, e.g. for creating thesaurus-like hypertext interfaces for corporate information and knowledge bases.
- To filter views of information adapted for specific users and/or purposes, e.g. to define partial views depending on user profiles and/or knowledge domains.
- To structure unstructured information objects or to combine unstructured information bases with structured ones in a way that an arbitrary structure is imposed without altering its original form.
Section moderators (members from FIT)Burget Radek, Ing., Ph.D., Session 5