The Final KiWi Review Meeting

The Final KiWi Review Meeting took place in Luxemburg. In the one-day-meeting, KiWi was evaluated by the European Commission about the project achievements.
 
Sebastian started the meeting making a budget overview of  KiWi. In the following, he showed a demo of the system. In a sequence I presented our ongoing work on enhanced tag clouds for content finding in KiWi. Karsten Jan (AAU), Daniel Grolin (Logica) and Peter Reiser (Oracle) presented the KiWi use cases. John Pereira (Salzburg Research) showed the dissemination activities of KiWi in last months. Sebastian closed down the presentations by outlining the main achievements, lessons learned, issues and looking ahead of the project.

After a short-break, the European Commission signalized that KiWi was successfully approved. Personalization was noticed by its improvement since the review.

Congratulations to all involved.

Fred Durao

The Final KiWi Review Meeting

The Final KiWi Review Meeting took place in Luxemburg. In the one-day-meeting, KiWi was evaluated by the European Commission about the project achievements.
 
Sebastian started the meeting making a budget overview of  KiWi. In the following, he showed a demo of the system. In a sequence I presented our ongoing work on enhanced tag clouds for content finding in KiWi. Karsten Jan (AAU), Daniel Grolin (Logica) and Peter Reiser (Oracle) presented the KiWi use cases. John Pereira (Salzburg Research) showed the dissemination activities of KiWi in last months. Sebastian closed down the presentations by outlining the main achievements, lessons learned, issues and looking ahead of the project.

After a short-break, the European Commission signalized that KiWi was successfully approved. Personalization was noticed by its improvement since the review.

Congratulations to all involved.

Fred Durao

The “KiWi Snow Camp Experience”

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Re: KiWi showcased at Berlin Semantic Meetup January 2011

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Hello Holger, thanks I deleted the spam comment. See you this week in Salzburg for the snow camp

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It looks like the Confluence Wiki needs some better spam protection...

Re: KiWi showcased at Berlin Semantic Meetup January 2011

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It looks like the Confluence Wiki needs some better spam protection...

Re: KiWi showcased at Berlin Semantic Meetup January 2011

Comment added by Lottie Harmon

Houses are expensive and not everyone is able to buy it. However, personal loans was invented to aid people in such cases.

Interview with Sebastian Schaffert on Austrian Radio

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KiWi showcased at Berlin Semantic Meetup January 2011

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The 3rd KiWi Annual Meeting (Munich)

The 3rd KiWi Annual Meeting took place in the freezing Munich with a “cool” temperature under minus 5 degrees Cool. In the first day of meeting, Sebastian showed a demo of KiWi system with the new interface and made an overview of the workplan for the next months. In the second day, the enabling technologies presented a research summary of their work and last developments. In particular, we presented our research results plus the new personalization features including the user interface to the reasoning component, a configuration page where users can customize their UI preferences and the tag clustering menu. After lunch, Sun and Logica use cases presented their results from user evaluation. In the third day, we discussed the planning for the KiWi handbook that eventually will be published at KiWi Confluence Web page.

KiWi at ESTC2010 and Vienna Semantic Web Winter Meetup

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