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Also see [RForms]

h2. RDFAuthor
!UI_mock_no_forms2.png|width=600! !UI_mock_no_forms.png|width=600!

h2. SHAME

[SHAME\- Annotation profiles\- Configuring forms to edit RDF (DCMA 2007).pdf|^SHAME- Annotation profiles- Configuring forms to edit RDF (DCMA 2007).pdf]
Introduces the Annotation Profile Model as a configuration mechanism from which annotation tools can be automatically generated.
The intention is to encourage metadata\- or domain experts to define annotation profiles according to metadata vocabularies. This will allow end-users or administrators to select appropriate annotation profiles for the task at hand, and then an editor will be provided by the underlying system.
Discusses the design of the Annotation Profile Model, which consists of a data-capturing part (the Graph Pattern Model) and a
presentation part (the Form Template model). An implementation that can generate both web-based and standalone editors is also introduced
- *Keywords: application profile; RDF editing; SPARQL; Fresnel; XForms*
- I found this paper while looking for RDF graph-visualization tools (Fresnel is a language for defining visualizations). But ALL the keywords are relevant to our problem.
- Must be researched in great detail. Promises working software under LGPL (SHAME).

Links:
- Project site: [http://kmr.nada.kth.se/shame/wiki/Overview/Main] (shame.sf.net redirects here)
- Documentation: [http://kmr.nada.kth.se/shame/wiki/Documentation/Main]
- Online demo: [http://kmr.nada.kth.se/shame/wiki/Site/Demo]

Architecture:
!SHAME-MVC-interpretation.png|height=300!

h3. Formulator: Form Editor

!SHAME-formulator-compound.png!

h3. [Demo: Simple Form|http://kmr.nada.kth.se/shame/demo/lib/shame-src/test/standalone.html]

!SHAME-simple-form.png!

h3. [Demo: LOM form|http://kmr.nada.kth.se/shame/demo/lib/shame-src/test/OELOM.html]

Learning Object Model editor for the Organic.Edunet EU project
!SHAME-LOM-editor.png!

h3. [Demo: Competency form|http://kmr.nada.kth.se/shame/demo/lib/shame-src/test/CVPASS.html]

From the Hematology.Net EU project. Several hundred competences layed out in 40 grids.
!SHAME-competence-editor.png!

h3. Confugurable Editor

Java standalone (Swing), includes tabs
!SHAME-configurable-editor.png!

h2. RDFaCE