TABASCO (TAg-BASed intersite COmmunication)

This work focuses on “prescriptive tags” that have associated some implicit behaviour in the user’s mind. So far, little support is given for the automation of this “implicit behaviour”, more to the point, if this behaviour is outside the tagging site.
The operational semantics of reactive tags is defined through event-condition-action rules. Events are the action of tagging. Conditions check for additional data. Finally, rule’s actions might impact someone else’s account in a different website. The specification of this behaviour semantics is hidden through a graphical interface that permits users with no programming background to easily associate “reactions” to the act of tagging. A working system, TABASCO,is presented as proof of concept.

This work focuses on “prescriptive tags” that have associated some implicit behaviour in the user’s mind. So far, little support is given for the automation of this “implicit behaviour”, more to the point, if this behaviour is outside the tagging site.

The operational semantics of reactive tags is defined through event-condition-action rules. Events are the action of tagging. Conditions check for additional data. Finally, rule’s actions might impact someone else’s account in a different website. The specification of this behaviour semantics is hidden through a graphical interface that permits users with no programming background to easily associate “reactions” to the act of tagging. A working system, TABASCO, is presented as proof of concept. Click on TABASCO's Sandbox

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ONEKIN, UNIVERSITY OF THE BASQUE COUNTRY

University of the basque country