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GoogleArt project to RDF

Source: Semantic Web world for you Google recently announced a new project, named the Google Art, which give access to paints from around the world in very high definition. It also provides some information related to these paintings.This is a very cool service but the data is not provided in a machine-friendly way. So we […]

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An Analysis of Science Blogs from 10 thousand feet

Source: Think Links In preparation for Science Online 2011, I was asked by Mark Hahnel from over at Science 3.0 if I could do some analysis of the blogs that they’ve been aggregating since Octobor (25 thousand posts from 1506 authors). Mark along with Dave Munger will be talking more about the role/importance of aggregators […]

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One SPARQL end point per dataset, One end point to query them all

Source: Semantic Web world for you Althought being commonly depicted as one giant graph, the Web of Data is not a single entity that can be queried. Instead, it’s a distributed architecture made of different datasets each providing some triples (see the LOD Cloud picture and CKAN.net). Each of these data source can be queried […]

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2011 citation metrics…

Source: Think Links The university where I work asks us to register all our publications for the year in a central database [1].  Doing this obviously made me think of doing an ego search on my academic papers. Plus, it’s the beginning of the year, which always seems like a good time to look at […]

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LarKC Platform v2.0 released

We are glad to announce that the LarKC Platform Release v2.0 is now available in our repository on SourceForge. The redistributable package can be downloaded via the following URL: http://sourceforge.net/projects/larkc/files/Release-2.0/larkc-release-2.0.zip/download (OS independent) The source code belonging to this release can be checked out from SVN: http://larkc.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/larkc/branches/Release_2.0_prototype/platform/ A complete manual for both users and developers can […]

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2010 Blog Stats

Source: Think Links One of the nice things about using cloud services is that sometimes you get a feature that you didn’t expect. Below is a nice set of stats from WordPress.com about how well Think Links did in 2010. I was actually quite happy with 12 posts – one post a month. I will […]

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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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New version of mpiJava released

LarKC announces a new release of mpiJava (1.2.6) – a Message-Passing Interface (MPI) library, allowing a Java application to efficiently run on a distributed, parallel, and high-performance computer architecture. First introduced in the HPJava project and developed by Pervasive Technology Labs, Indiana University, Syracuse University, and CSM, University of Portsmouth, mpiJava@SourceForge (http://sourceforge.net/projects/mpijava/) is now managed […]

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