Monthly Archives: November 2012

SEALINCMedia conference report

The 2nd SEALINCMedia symposium took place on Friday 23 November 2012 at the National Library of the Netherlands (KB) in The Hague. Read all about it in the blog post by Lotte Belice Baltussen and Julia Vytopil Source: SEALINCMedia

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MONA goes abroad…

Earlier this month we presented some of our ideas at different conferences. While Lora went to Boston to present a paper at the “Workhop on Detection, Representation, and Exploitation of Events in the Semantic Web” (see the slideshare here), Frank

Posted in Mona, Projects

MONA goes abroad…

Earlier this month we presented some of our ideas at different conferences. While Lora went to Boston to present a paper at the “Workhop on Detection, Representation, and Exploitation of Events in the Semantic Web” (see the slideshare here), Frank

Posted in Mona, Projects

Description of the Moodbuster system

An illustrated description of the Moodbuster system and its components has been added to the website, including a video (in Dutch) with an explanantion of the system. See http://www.ict4depression.eu/moodbuster/ for more information. Source: Data2Semantics

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Update: Complexity, Learning and Semantics

Complexity metrics form the backbone of graph analysis. Centrality, betweenness, assortativity and scale freeness are just a handful of selections from a large and quickly growing literature. It seems that every purpose has its own notion of complexity. Can we

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Update: TabLinker & UnTabLinker

TabLinker, introduced in an earlier post, is a spreadsheet to RDF converter. It takes Excel/CSV files as input, and produces enriched RDF graphs with cell contents, properties and annotations using the DataCube and Open Annotation vocabularies. TabLinker interprets spreadsheets based on

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