bibTeX in OWL

Using: 
OWL, W3C documentation format
Year: 
2003 - 2004

bibtex is a widely-used format for the markup of bibliographic entries. As a personal exercise in semantic web technologies I recast the bibtex specification using Web Ontology Language (OWL) as a way to bridge the gap between current bibliographic technologies and the developing semantic web. A number of projects still use the vocubulary, and it is listed in Linked Open Vocabularies as a component of the linked data cloud.

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