“Europe’s Semantic Web Projects Start to Mesh” (May 25, 2004, 0) -
The inaugural European Semantic Web Symposium held in Crete brought
together international experts and showcased how semantic Web technology
has moved from research into the mass market realm. W3C Web Ontology
co-chair Guus Schreiber said in his keynote speech that the Resource …
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Hackers and Painters (May 9, 2003, 0) - Anuerin Diaz posted an interesting link to PLUG:
The way to create something beautiful is often to make subtle tweaks to something that already exists, or to combine existing ideas in a slightly new way. This kind of work is hard to convey in a research paper.
Reminds me of open source.
More very interesting stuff in the
Possible research areas (March 3, 2004, 0) - - Wearable computing: I’m interested in things like Bradley Rhodes’
Remembrance Agent. I’d like to extend it to dynamically index new
work and integrate more information sources.
- Intelligence/memory augmentation: Technical support assistance.
- Computer science education: Modelling of student misconceptions
based on a corpus of programs
- Social network analysis: Visualization of social networks
For augmentation, this is interesting:
http://www.doug-miller.net/blog/archive/remembra.html If I
UP thesis related to text summarization — research (April 12, 2003, 0) - From 2003.03.28:
Automated Newspaper Article Summarizer
Description: Limited to online World News text articles only, this
summarizer utilizes the algorithms presented by R. Barzilay and M.
Elhadad in their paper Using Lexical Chains for Text Summarization
(1997). The techniques and methods they primarily used are Text
Segmentation, Lexical Chains Computation and Sentence Selection and
Extraction. The summarizer also uses the WordNet Lexical
Visual organizers (January 23, 2010, 1) - I love visual organizers. 2×2 matrices, mindmaps, fishbone diagrams, even more interesting ways to structure and organize ideas… Just as a wider vocabulary helps you express more when you speak, a wider visual vocabulary helps you express more when you think and draw.
Here are some sources for inspiration:
http://www.exploratree.org.uk/ (Thanks, Roy!)
http://www.informationtamers.com/WikIT/index.php?title=Visual_thinking_guides (Thanks, Roy!)
http://www.visual-literacy.org/periodic_table/periodic_table.html (Thanks, Minna!)