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The Semantic Web & THE POWER OF PULL » Blog March 25, 2012 The phone is the new platform – everything is converging onto the “smart phone.” Soon, we’ll use our phones to manage our homes, purchase things, board an airplane, sign a document, get into our office buildings, and much much more. And yet today’s phones basically mimic our desktop computers. Do you really want to open a Word or Excel document on your phone? Come to think of it, why should everything be stored on your phone? The Semantic Web & THE POWER OF PULL » Blog
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This is the Watson Web interface for searching ontologies and semantic documents using keywords. This interface is subject to frequent evolutions and improvements. If you want to share your opinion, suggest improvement or comment on the results, don't hesitate to contact us ... At the moment, you can enter a set of keywords (e.g. "cat dog old_lady"), and obtain a list of URIs of semantic documents in which the keywords appear as identifiers or in literals of classes, properties, and individuals. You can also use "jokers" in the keywords (e.g., "ca? Watson Semantic Web Search

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Social Surfing @ UIUC While current search engines serve known-item search such as homepage finding very well, they generally cannot support exploratory search or information foraging effectively. In exploratory search, users do not know their information needs precisely and also often lack the needed knowledge to formulate effective queries, thus querying alone, as supported by the current search engines, is insufficient, and browsing into related information would be very useful. Currently, browsing is mostly done through following hyperlinks embedded on Web pages navigating through structures consisting of a fixed set of categories or other meta-data available, which tends to be restrictive. Social Surfing @ UIUC
While current search engines serve known-item search such as homepage finding very well, they generally cannot support exploratory search or information foraging effectively. In exploratory search, users do not know their information needs precisely and also often lack the needed knowledge to formulate effective queries, thus querying alone, as supported by the current search engines, is insufficient, and browsing into related information would be very useful. Currently, browsing is mostly done through following hyperlinks embedded on Web pages navigating through structures consisting of a fixed set of categories or other meta-data available, which tends to be restrictive. Social Surfing @ UIUC Social Surfing @ UIUC
Autocomplete A Configurable Autocompletion Component Typed and linked data has, on the one hand, the potential to provide new functionality by exploiting the semantics for generating autocompletion suggestions. Semantic Web applications, on the other hand, pose extra requirements on the semantic properties of the suggestions given. When the number of syntactic matches becomes too large, some means of selecting a semantically meaningful subset of suggestions to be presented to the user is needed. Autocomplete
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CTRL Semantic Search finds related articles to the text you entered from a database containing the latest articles fetched from the top online news sources . What languages does ctrl-Search support? We currently retrieve articles from English and French sources, translate them using Bing Translator, and process accordingly. crtl-news crtl-news
KnowMiner is a software framework offering a rich set of knowledge discovery functionalities. Services for increasing information quality in unstructured information are valuable for knowledge discovery. Knowledge discovery involves analytical processes in which data is transformed and processed to identify relevant information and extract new, previously undiscovered, meaningful knowledge. KnowMiner | KnowMiner focuses on knowledge discovery in large textual data sets. KnowMiner | KnowMiner focuses on knowledge discovery in large textual data sets.
Bio-Mixer Early Research Prototype Released I am happy to announce the early alpha release of Bio-Mixer, a research prototype developed at the CHISEL group at the University of Victoria in collaboration with the National Center of Biomedical Ontology. Bio-Mixer is available at: bio-mixer.appspot.com Bio-Mixer is a web-based environment that supports the flexible exploration of biomedical ontologies. The concepts in the ontologies and their mappings can be explored in different views such as graph views, lists and timeline views. Drag-and-drop interaction can be used to show items and collections in different views, to create filtered views and to synchronize selections. Bio-Mixer Early Research Prototype Released
Perception | love Hierarchical relation Shorthand for is-a-type-of. • cat is-a predator • hunger is-a instinct Partitive relation A component/member of a whole. • branch is-part-of tree • bird is-part-of flock Antonym relation One excludes the other. • warm is-opposite-of cold • black is-opposite-of white Perceptual relation An observable quality of something. • red is-property-of blood • hot is-property-of fire Associative relation Mental affiliation between concepts. • heron is-related-to fish • Einstein is-related-to relativity Synonymous relation Two concepts that are equivalent. • forest is-same-as woods • sea is-same-as ocean
FlexViz is a graph based visualization tool written in Adobe Flex. It allows users to browse a single ontology where the concepts are represented by nodes and the relationships between concepts (e.g. “is_a”, “part-of”) are represented as arcs. It has support for node and arc type filtering, built-in searching, many different graph layouts, zooming, and much more. Primary developer: Chris Callendar FlexViz | The CHISEL Group, University of Victoria
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