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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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4th Early Adopters Tutorial

The fourth early adopters tutorial will be held in conjunction with next LarKC project meeting on the 13th November, 2010 in the Gongda Jianguo Hotel, Beijing University of Technology, Beijing, China. This tutorial will enable participants to the get access to early research results and technologies from the LarKC project, and will mainly focus on […]

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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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LarKC @ ICT 2010

LarKC – The Large Knowledge Collider has been nominated as a ’start project’ for the ICT 2010 event in Brussels. The project was present with a stand showcasing the life science and urban computing demonstrators, and the newly released LarKC Movie. The movie had its world premier on the first morning of the ICT event […]

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The LarKC project movie

Watch the LarKC project movie and find out what it is all about!

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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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Talk at ESCoP Summer School in Computational and Mathematical Modeling of Cognition

Lael Schooler gave a talk on LarKC at “European Society for Cognitive Psychology Summer School in Computational and Mathematical Modeling of Cognition” in Mallnitz, Austria, 9-19 July 2010.

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LarKC Chinese Forum for Chinese Semantic Web Developers and Users

by Yi Zeng Following the release of LarKC Chinese Website (http://cn.larkc.eu/) and several Chinese document related to LarKC (including translated user manual, introduction paper, slides, etc.), the LarKC project provides a LarKC Chinese Forum(http://www.w3china.org/larkc) to the Chinese Semantic Web researchers, developers and users. The forum is located on the W3China website (The most influential Chinese WWW developer website which is devoted to […]

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Will China Become a Semantic Web Superpower?

by Zhisheng The Chinese government has decided to make a big move to “Internet of Things”.  That may make China a semantic web superpower in coming few years.  Recently Ron Callari wrote an interesting article to make such an analysis: China’s ‘Internet Of Things’ To Become Semantic Web Superpower? The LarKC Consortium is going to […]

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LarKC Platform v1.1 released

We are glad to announce that the LarKC Platform Release v1.1 is now available in our repository on http://larkc.sourceforge.net. The redistributable package can be downloaded from our collaborative development environment, LarKC@SourceForge at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/larkc/files/Release-1.1/larkc-release-1.1.zip/download (OS independent) The source code belonging to the release can be checked out from SVN at: https://larkc.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/larkc/tags/Release-1.1 The complete (updated) manual for […]

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