Semantic tagging

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Semantic tagging is a way to classify certain entities. The tagging process consists of two primary steps:

  1. Identify the instances that shall be classified (tagged); e.g., cities.
  2. Classify (tag) these instances by assigning them to certain groups or labels, if applicable; e.g., national capitals.

Other sources

For a better understanding of semantic tagging within MyWikiBiz, please see the following pages:

A Google Co-op search engine restricted to 27 wikis deploying Semantic MediaWiki: