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Journal of Information Science and Engineering, Vol. 27 No. 2, pp. 761-775 (March 2011)

Mashup Creation Using a Mashup Rule Language

HYOSOOK JUNG AND SEONGBIN PARK*
Department of Computer Science Education
Korea University
Seoul, 136-701 Korea

A mashup is an application that combines functionalities of other applications to create a new service. In this paper, we propose an ontology-based system by which users without programming experiences can easily construct mashups of Web resources. The system allows users to define their own search parameters using a rule language and expands users' queries using the concepts in ontologies. Then it generates a web page specific to that request. We show how the proposed system can be used to create personalized mashups in the context of adaptive hypermedia.

Keywords: web 2.0, semantic web, mashup, ontology, adaptive hypermedia

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Received June 1, 2009; revised September 23, 2009; accepted February 9, 2010.
Communicated by Jonathan Lee.
* Corresponding author.