, This rephrasing of the meaning is not only contextual to the document, but also subjective to the readers (with interesting similarities and differences in tags' reuse from one document to the others), and intersubjective (with meaningful consensuses and dissensuses among readers). Besides being of different nature, the Semantic Web perspective, documents' meaning should be described with concepts, taken from ontologies specifying the formal links between those concepts

, Aurélien Bénel See also Crowdsourcing; eBay, Internet Origins and History

, Peer-to-Peer Networks; Semantic Web; Sharing Economy and the Internet

, Webpage Design

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