Monthly Archives: July 2014

Trip report: Web Science summer school, Southampton

Last week, I had the chance to participate in the Web Science summer school in Southampton. For one week, I was listening to keynotes and tutorials, participating in discussions, and coding away, experimenting with a few new web-dev technologies. I

Posted in Anca Dumitrache, Staff Blogs, Summer Schools, Trip Reports

Master Project Esra Atesçelik: Cluster Analysis Applied to Europana

[This post was written by Esra Atesçelik. It describes her MSc. project supervised  by Antoine Isaac and myself] The digital libraries and aggregators such as Europeana provide access to millions of Cultural Heritage Objects (CHOs). Europeana is one of the libraries which

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Master Project Esra Atesçelik: Cluster Analysis Applied to Europana

[This post was written by Esra Atesçelik. It describes her MSc. project supervised  by Antoine Isaac and myself] The digital libraries and aggregators such as Europeana provide access to millions of Cultural Heritage Objects (CHOs). Europeana is one of the libraries which

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Master Project Andrea Bravo Balado: Linking Historical Ship Records to Newspaper Archives

[This post was written by Andrea Bravo Balado and is cross-posted at her own blog. It describes her MSc. project supervised  by myself] Linking historical datasets and making them available for the Web has increasingly become a subject of research in the

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Master Project Andrea Bravo Balado: Linking Historical Ship Records to Newspaper Archives

[This post was written by Andrea Bravo Balado and is cross-posted at her own blog. It describes her MSc. project supervised  by myself] Linking historical datasets and making them available for the Web has increasingly become a subject of research in the

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Master project Rianne Nieland: Talking to Linked Data

[This post was written by Rianne Nieland. It describes her MSc. project supervised  by myself] People in developing countries cannot access information on the Web, because they have no Internet access and are often low literate. A solution could be

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Master project Rianne Nieland: Talking to Linked Data

[This post was written by Rianne Nieland. It describes her MSc. project supervised  by myself] People in developing countries cannot access information on the Web, because they have no Internet access and are often low literate. A solution could be

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Victor at Sound and Vision

A fresh start for me! As of July 1st, I work as a researcher at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Beeld en Geluid). They have an awesome building, with awesome people and an awesome audiovisual collection. The latter

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Victor at Sound and Vision

A fresh start for me! As of July 1st, I work as a researcher at the Netherlands Institute for Sound and Vision (Beeld en Geluid). They have an awesome building, with awesome people and an awesome audiovisual collection. The latter

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

ViSTA-TV – the whole story

Check out the long version of our demo video! Learn more about all the different modules of the ViSTA-TV platform: The magic behind ViSTA-TV’s TV statistics Apps Feature extraction via the streams engine Complex event processing enriching EPG with Linked

Posted in Projects, ViSTA-TV