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|Author||Borislav Popov +, Atanas Kiryakov +, Damyan Ognyanoff +, Dimitar Manov +, Angel Kirilov + and Miroslav Goranov +|
|journal||Proceedings of the 2nd International Semantic Web Conference +|
|title||KIM - Semantic Annotation Platform +|
|titleUrl||http://ontotext.com/publications/KIM SAP ISWC168.pdf +|