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RedStore running on the XO

Source: Semantic Web world for you A few days ago, I posted about SemanticXO and how you will see how to install a TripleStore on your XO. Here are the steps to follow to compile&install RedStore on the XO, put some triples in it and issue some queries. The following has been tested with an […]

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SemanticXO: Semantic Web for kids

Source: Semantic Web world for you The three XOs received for the project The project One Laptop Per Child (OLPC) has provided millions of kids world wide with a low-cost connected laptop helping them to enhance their knowledge and develop learning skills. Learning a foreign language, getting an introduction to reading/writting or preserving/revive an endangered/extinct […]

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Inauguration

Source: Semantic Web world for you This is the first post on this blog, aimed at giving and pointing to information about the Semantic Web. The Semantic Web (or Web 3.0) is a new technology and research topic aimed at putting more semantic into the Web as we know it. The changes are happening, in […]

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Provenance on the Web going Mainstream

Source: Think Links This has been a great week if you think that it’s important to know the origins of content on the web. First, Google announced the support of explicit metadata describing the origins of news article content that will be used by Google News. Publishers can now identify using two tags whether they […]

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alt-metrics – new ways of measuring scientific impact

Source: Think Links Current ways of measuring scientific impact are rather course grained, they often don’t capture the many different ways that science and scientists might have impact. As science increasingly is done on-line and in the open, new metrics are being created to help measure this impact. Jason Priem, Dario Taraborelli, myself, and Cameron […]

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Data DJ realized….well at least version 0.1

Source: Think Links I wrote a post a while back around the idea of Data DJs: how do we make it as easy to mix data as it is to mix music. This notion requires advances on several fronts from data and knowledge integration, to user interfaces, along with data provenance and semantics. Most of […]

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Colliding Computer Science and Social Science at the VU II

Source: Think Links As a computer scientist, I’ve always found it inspirational talking to people from other disciplines. There are always interesting problems where computational techniques could be applied and also questions about what we would have to improve in order to use technology in these disciplines. I also know from talking to a range […]

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Colliding Computer & Social Sciences at the VU

Source: Think Links One of the things that I think is great about the VU (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) where I work is the promotion of interdisciplinary work through organizations like the Network Institute.  Computer Science is often known for interacting with biology, physics, and economics but we are now seeing the application of computing to […]

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