Monthly Archives: July 2015

Proceedings of BD2015 now available

We’re happy to announce that the Proceedings of the first conference on Biographical Data in a Digital World are now available: Proceedings BD2015 Source: BiographyNetBiographyNet

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Trip Report: Theory and Practice of Provenance 2015

Last week, I was a the Theory and Practice of Provenance 2015 (TaPP’15) held in Edinburgh. This is the seventh edition of the workshop. You can check out my trip report from last year’s event which was held during Provenance week here. TaPP’s aim

Posted in Paul Groth, Staff Blogs

INVENiT² team presents at Rijksmuseum Amsterdam

On Friday the 26th of June, the INVENiT² team held a presentation at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. The Rijksmuseum possesses a world renowned collection of art. Many scholars use the collection for their research. Cristina and Leon showed how the use

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SIKS Course – Advances in Information Retrieval

On the 18th and 19th of June Cristina attended a course titled “Advances in Information Retrieval” organized by the Netherlands Research School for Information and Knowledge Systems (SIKS) in Vught, The Netherlands. During the first day of the course, Theo

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Master Project Roy Hoeymans: Effective Recommendation in Knowlegde Portals – the SKYbrary case study

[This post was written by Roy Hoeymans. It describes his MSc. project ] In this master project, which I have done externally at DNV-GL, I have built a recommender system for knowledge portals. Recommender systems are pieces of software that provide suggestions

Posted in Staff Blogs, Victor de Boer

Time will tell a different story presents at DHB 2015 and Network Institute annual event

The BiographyNet related Academy Assistants project “Time will tell a different story” held several presentations the past month. Historic research has gone through significant changes over time, in an effort to produce the most objective presentations of the past. Facts

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