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What's in a Link, Revisited - William A. Woods edited by Marco Neumann.
This presentation was recorded live at the Lotico Semantic Web community event at MIT on March 9th, 2010 at MIT.
Bill Woods discusses ideas about representing meaning in computer representations based on his classical paper "What's in a Link: Foundations for Semantic Networks" - 1975  and his review "Meaning and Links " in 2007  in a historical context.
William A. Woods is a Distinguished Software Engineer at ITA Software (Google), Cambridge, MA and a member of the Cambridge Semantic Web Meetup Group.
William A. Woods
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