Technically semAuth is a sophisticated xslt (saxon 9) script.

SemAuth consumes a .mm file (XML produced e.g. by ) and produces

  • a site of xhtml+RDFa files
    • abstract semantic ressource IDs become http retrievable URIs
    • each URI contains RDFa, thus can be seen as an own ontology
  • a bunch of F-logic (Ontoprise: ObjectLogic) files
  • optionally: a SMW (semantic media wiki) XML archive. This allows for fast seeding of complex SMW instances from other knowledge sources.
  • optionally: a bunch of turtle files
  • optionally: a GraphML visualization

We don't provide an own frontend, but run semAuth in a batch process. Thus semAuth can be coupled with the frontend of your choice. We'd suggest .