semantic wiki

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Social Web and Knowledge Management Article

New article on social web and knowledge management is out. Sebastian and I participated in joind research vision together with our colleagues from EU FP7 IP Active as a joined collaboration between the KIWI project and ACTIVE. Article discusses the difficulties with adopting web 2.0 and social web technologies from open web in enterprise knowledge management.

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ESWC 2009 2nd workshop day

The second day for us was mostly about the semantic wiki workshop. We have presented and demoed our personalized recommendations widgets, together with their performance evaluation.

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ESWC2009: The 6th Annual European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC2009)

05/31/2009 - 09:52
06/04/2009 - 09:52
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The vision of the Semantic Web is to enhance today's Web by exploiting machine-processable metadata. The explicit representation of the semantics of data, enriched with domain theories (ontologies), will enable a web that provides a qualitatively new level of service. It will weave together a large network of human knowledge and makes this knowledge machine-processable. Various automated services will help the users to achieve their goals by accessing and processing information in machine-understandable form.

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accepted paper at Semantic wiki workshop
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6
Year: 
2009
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ESWC 2008: tutorial and workshop keynote

kiwiposter

I have participated in ESWC 2008 conference in Tenerife. The location was well chosen. Tenerife has very pleasent climate and the accomodation and session rooms in the conference hotel are also excellent. The only disadvantage was the long flight and not really good internet connection. But we have survived :)

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SWKM 2008 workshop

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Social Web and Knowledge Management 2008: the first international workshop took place on April 22, 2008 in Beijing. The event was collocated with major conference in World Wide Web research: WWW2008. The workshop was a great success. It attracted 85 registered participants. Workshop was introduced by Denny Vrandecic and me where we explained the aim of the workshop and its relevance to enterprise knowledge web research in general and to Active and KIWI project in particular.

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KIWI starts agile

Creating a social network through catch and ball game

We are at the kick-off meeting of KIWI project. KIWI started quite well, good atmosphere was established since the morning of the first day. I think it is especially because of the agile games to break the ice :) We have "puzzled" our own program split initially into pieces of puzzle (see the picture, the program is glued to the white board). This way we have actively learned what we can await in these 3 days. We have established a social network by throwing and catching a ball (see the second picture, the network is visible through established threads :)).

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New FP7 project KIWI launched

New EU FP7 STREP project KIWI: Knowledge in a Wiki has started on March 1 2008. The project will research technological advances in sematic wikis and in particular reasoning, reason maintanace, personalization and user modelling, knowledege extraction and advanced editing facilities for wikis. The new wiki framework shall be tested in the context of software development and project management. Researchers, developers, and project managers from 7 instututes from Austria, Denmark, Germany and Czech republic will meet at KIWI project kick off meeting on March 12-15 2008 in Salzburg.

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