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A semantic broker is a computer service that automatically provides semantic mapper services. A semantic broker is frequently part of a semantic middleware system that leverage semantic equivalence statements. To qualify as a semantic broker product a system must be able to automatically extract data from a message and use semantic equivalence statements to transform this into another namespace.

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