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Integration of Collaborative Information Systems in Web 2.0



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Integration of Collaborative Information Systems in Web 2 0 Ahmet E Topcu1 2 Ahmet Fatih Mustacoglu1 2 Geoffrey Fox1 2 Aurel Cami3 1 Community Grids Lab Indiana University Bloomington IN 47404 USA 2 Department of Computer Science Indiana University 3 Department of Biomedical Informatics University of Pittsburgh atopcu amustaco gcf cs indiana edu camiau cbmi pitt edu Abstract We describe a new integration model that uses tools and services for supporting Web 2 0 This integration model defines a structure for a missing feature of Web 2 0 The model integrates a number of existing online tools having a common data model and aims to develop added value community building integrated environments We discuss the overall design architecture and the components of the integration model in the Web 2 0 domain KEYWORDS Integration Web 2 0 systems collaboration academic search information 1 Introduction The evaluation of the Web shows that people want to access information easily store them in a personal way and share them with the others There are numerous tools and services built in recent years in different categories having Web 2 0 capability Examples include Social Bookmarking Tools YouTube del icio us Flickr Blogs blogger com Google Blog Social Networking Tools MySpace LinkedIn and other related tools The users of these tools have the opportunity to use different tools and decide the best ones in their perspective Users do not need to know about the version of the tools and services 1 However having many tools in similar areas is a problem What if a user wants to use some other tools how can the user move the data from the previous tool to the new tool What if the user decides to use similar tools in the same environment and compares information at the same time In other words users should have a flexible environment to use multiple tools at the same time A possible solution may be to define an architecture defining a model for integration to combine similar tools and use



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