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TopicMap.com

http://www.topicmap.com/

Resources and examples of Topic Maps

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Easy Topic Maps

http://easytopicmaps.com/

Easytopicmaps was set up by PeterVanDijck in December 2001 to be a place to learn about topic maps. Most of the documentation on TopicMaps is very technical. I don't think it has to be that way.

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Topic Map Loom

http://www.infoloom.com/

Topic Map Loom technology has been designed as middleware. It is used to create topic maps and apply those maps to an information set. It works by transforming documents in given formats into documents in other formats with all navigation features in place. Topic Map Loom™ is not designed to create source information or store source information. Likewise, it is not designed to be used as a browser or a publishing engine. Topic Map Loom™ enables the user to create a topic map and apply that map to source information in order to create browsable or printable output.

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TopicMaps.net

http://www.topicmaps.net/

Web site maintained by two of the leading authorities on Topic Maps, Michel Biezunski and Steven R. Newcomb, who co-edited the ISO/IEC 13250:2000 "Topic Maps" standard. They co-founded TopicMaps.Org, and they were the first editors of XTM 1.0, an interchange syntax for topic maps in XML. Site includes links and resources

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TopicMap.org

http://www.topicmaps.org/

Topicmaps.Org is an independent consortium of parties interested in developing the applicability of the Topic Maps Paradigm to the World Wide Web, by leveraging the XML family of specifications as required. This work includes the development of version 1.0 of an XML grammar for interchanging Web-based Topic Maps, called XML Topic Maps (XTM) Version 1.0, written by the Topicmaps.Org Authoring Group. All versions of the XTM Specification will be permanently licensed to the public.

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