Last month I posted two back to back suggestions for industry self regulation on the issue of copyrights and the Internet. The first was a competitive market for third party whitelist and blacklists .
The Semantic Web
Collective knowledge systems: Where the Social Web meets the Semantic Web 10.1016/j.websem.2007.11.011 : Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web | ScienceDirect.com1. The vision of collective intelligence 2.
SOA4All is organizing a special training session to demonstrate “What SOA4All can do 4U”. The event will take place in Brussels on October 21, 2010, the day after the Internet of Services 2010 – Collaboration Meeting for FP6 & FP7 projects. The aim of this session is to present the latest SOA4All software technologies, give a quick overview on the capabilities of the software, as well as explain how to obtain and use it so that your project can benefit from and build upon SOA4All results . The session is open to the public , everyone is invited to participate . All participants will receive the SOA4All USB stick. Agenda and registration link are available here .
Google lancia Knowledge graph, la nuova ricerca grafica e consapevole
It’s been said that I’ve called Google Plus “one of the subtlest and most user-friendly ontology development systems we’ve ever seen.” I did, and you can listen for yourselves on the Semantic Link podcast . Why did I do so?
Building a Reference Structure for Managing Linked Open Data Linking Open Data (LOD) project facilitates the emergence of a web of linked data by publishing and interlinking open data on the web in RDF. The 203 datasets in LOD cover a wide spectrum of subject domains – biomedical, science, geographic, generic knowledge, entertainment, government. As they constantly increase we are facing the problem of accessing them conveniently, manipulating them and further developing them. Having this large set of interconnected data, equipped with ontologies describing parts of them calls for approaches for their efficient usage and better integration.
Multiple projects already use UMBEL at their core, or are creating content using the UMBEL ontology and/or its reference structure. Here is a list of these projects, and some information about how UMBEL has been integrated in different projects. Please contact us, on the community group , to let us know about new projects that use UMBEL so that we can list them in this section. FactForge - the largest and best performing reasoning engine leveraging linked data; the system provides easy access to the most central Linking Open Data (LOD) datasets such as DBpedia, Freebase, Geonames and UMBEL.
Skip to main content KIM Platform KIM gives the ability to create semantic links between your documents, data, domain models, and linked data. find mentions of entities , relationships, and facts in texts. search and navigate your information space in multiple ways.
In 2009 Ontotext ran a project for the International Center for Asset Recovery ( ICAR ) of Basel Institute on Governance ( http://www.baselgovernance.org/ ), creating the Asset Recovery Intelligence System ( ARIS ) Platform prototype. Corruption and stealing of national assets by dictators and former dictators (so-called Kleptocrats) is a big problem world-wide. It is especially huge in developing countries, since it robs the national economies of much needed financial resources. For example, General Sani Abacha, who was de facto President of Nigeria from 1993 to 1998, is reported to have siphoned a total of 3 billion GBP out of the country's coffers. ICAR helps the Financial Intelligence Units ( FIU s) of developed and developing countries in the areas of financial investigations, fight against corruption and money laundering, asset tracing and recovery, mutual legal assistance.
Michal Tvarožek Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava Ilkovièova 3, 842 16 Bratislava, Slovakia firstname.lastname@example.org Abstract. Effective access to information on the Web, which has become vital to many users and to the whole society, is being hampered by information overload, unavailability of information, navigation issues and user diversity. We aim to facilitate the slow adoption of the Semantic Web by devising an enhanced faceted semantic browser with support for multi-paradigm exploration, personalized recommendation and adaptive view generation.
Friday 10. of July 2009 AVALON successfully completed With the end of May 2009, the AVALON project has come to a successful end. After 51 months of collaborative work, the project goals both in the fields of material and of management research have been reached and in many cases... Monday 06. of April 2009 Third AVALON Roadshow in Brussels A third AVALON Roadshow event was held in Brussels (Belgium) in the frame of the annual public conference of the European Technology Platform on 1st of April 2009 (http://textile-platform.eu/textile-platform/).
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FISE birthday flip chart FISE is the Furtwangen IKS Semantic Engine, created during the IKS Semantic Engine Hackathon in March 2010 . It implements a simple OSGi-based RESTful engine that can enhance textual content, using pluggable enhancement engines. FISE is now part of the Apache Stanbol project where we will commit most of our IKS related code. We're moving! Development of FISE and related modules is moving to the Apache Stanbol project, currently in incubation at http://incubator.apache.org/stanbol/ - see you there!
Abstract This W3C Incubator Group (XG) seeks to enable the use of the (Semantic) Web for Product Modelling (PM): the definition, storage, exchange and sharing of product data. Product data is information about the structure and behaviour of things that are realized in industrial processes.
The main concept of is researching on novel methods for increasing productivity and reliability of web software development, in particularly, focused on Java web development. proposal is based on recognising some of the deficiencies of standard Java Enterprise Edition, and proposing a new paradigm for developing web applications taking advantage of new trends in software engineering, such as domain driven design combined with agile development methodologies, and some of the principles from Ruby on Rails. In order to have a serious impact, the project does not start from scratch, it is based on two mature open source projects, Roma and LIFERAY, which will be extended according to this proposal needs and following an open source project development methodology, in order to disseminate and exploit the results of the project.