Archives for “Research”
The network named Heloise is a scientific community for the study of European university history since the Middle Ages, and was founded in May 2012. The participating scientists and institutions look together for technical solutions (methods and tools) to support collaboration in the adding, editing and publication of data for digital archives and catalogues. The [...]
Research project in collaboration with the University Library in Leipzig and the Saxon State and University Library
As part of the project “Development of a data management platform for Linked Open Library Data and Eletronic Resource Management” funded by the European Regional Development Fund, the AKSW research group is collaborating with scientists at the University Library in Leipzig and the Saxon State and University Library on the develop of a triple store [...]
At May, 8th 2013 I attended the interesting Award ceremony for this year’s Humboldt Professorships. The Humboldt Professorship is the highest scientific award in Germany. Connected to the Award is a integrated concept of the nominating universities, in addition to an outstanding personality. Photo: Humboldt-Foundation/David Ausserhofer; From left to right: Beate Schücking (Rector of University [...]
Workshop “More people – more data – more repositories” 04 – 06 March 2013 at the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities
Within the humanities a large number of information about individuals are be or will be obtained. The Workshop “More people – more data – more repositories” held by the Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences and Humanities (4th to 6th March 2013) is focused on linking of such digital research results. As part of the workshop a [...]
Working Group for “German professor catalogue” decides developing a comprehensive historical research system The working group “German professor catalogue” held a workshop on 18th of January at the University of Leipzig. The group is represented by scientists from Leipzig professor catalogue and sibling projects of other German universities. The most important decision was to work [...]
The current research project AWIP was presented at the open innovation conference, on November, 29th. AWIP is a cooperative project between the Medienservice Annett Riechert, the art-house cinema UT Connewitz e.V. and the AKSW research group. The conference was organized by the city of Leipzig within the Creative Cities project. More about the project: AWIP [...]
An overview of the version history of the OntoWiki project. Your comments, additions to the table and stories of personal experiences with OntoWiki are welcome . Version Veröffentlichung Plugin-Support Repository Announcement Powl_OntoWiki 0.94 2006-11-07 - Sourceforge.net Announcement Powl_OntoWiki 0.95 2007-03-13 - Sourceforge.net Announcement OntoWiki 0.6 2007-04-29 Ja Sourceforge.net Announcement OntoWiki 0.7 2007-07-21 Ja Sourceforge.net Announcement [...]
During my stay in India I got the invitation from Jatin Shah to visit his working group of the Research on Research Group in Thane. The group is working mainly with issues of automatic evaluation of medical parameters.
One of the most important events of the ISWC is the poster and demo session. Resent research posters and very interesting research tools are presented personally, by all of the authors or developers. In this article I present a selection of interesting contributions.
ISWC is the major international forum where the latest research results and technical innovations on all aspects of the Semantic Web are presented. I will participate at the main conference from October, 25th to 27th.
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Main Building September, 14th 2011 – September, 15th 2011 The conference .hist 2011 – Geschichte im digitalen Wandel is hosted by H-Soz-u-Kult and Clio-online, together with L.I.S.A. – The science portal of the Gerda Henkel Foundation at the Humboldt University in Berlin. As part of the workshop report, “Networked Knowledge / Semantic [...]
The latest demonstration platform for the SoftWiki tools has been updated. The installation is available at http://projekte.softwiki.de/start The platform also provides hosting of requirement engineering projects. The current version has included a visualization module. Based on the assumption that glossary terms are reflected directly in a project model (class diagram). The module allows tracking the [...]
The current stable version of the SoftWiki tool is now hosted on the platform Bitbucket. https://bitbucket.org/aksw/softwikiv10. Bitbucket offers a Mercurial repository, wiki, issue tracker and download area. The repository consists of a stable OntoWiki version 0.85 in the download area and source code, which together will override this version. A conversion of the repository versioning [...]
The service http://linkedhistory.aksw.org/pnd/ has been updated. Current affiliations are now on the PND (Person Name Key file) of the professor to the following catalog databases. Katalog der Deutschen Nationalbibliothek He BIS- Verbundzentrale Professorenkatalog der UniversitÃ¤t Leipzig Bayerische Staatsbibliothek Wikimedia Commons Deutschsprachige Wikipedia Titel im Verbundkatalog des GBV Biographische Informationen des Registers zu www.deutsche-biographie.de Biographien in [...]
SoftWiki is a methodology for gathering requirements in the early phases of software development projects. Incomplete or even false requirements can often be corrected only with considerable effort in hindsight. Therefore, the specific finding and developing of requirements is of great importance for any kind of development projects. The SoftWiki projects platform can now requirements [...]
Our paper on the professor catalog of the University of Leipzig Knowledge Engineering for Historians on the Example of the Catalogus Professorum Lipsiensis was awarded the Best In-Use Paper Price. The International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) is the most important international forum, which presents the latest research findings and technical innovations to all aspects of [...]
Thomas Riechert today presented the catalog at the “International Semantic Web Conference 2010″ in Shanghai. CPL Presentation
Within the scope of the research of the Chair of Newer and Newest History to the celebration of 600 anniversary the University of Leipzig, information was collected about more than 1300 professors. For historians it is not possible just to use knowledge engineering systems oder databases if the technology is not established for it. From [...]
SoftWiki – Agile Distributed, End-user Centered Requirements Engineering for Evolutionary Software Development
SoftWiki supports, with respect to software requirements, the cooperation of all the people involved in the software development process. Potentially very large and spatially separate stakeholder groups are enabled to gather, semantically enrich, classify and aggregate software requirements in an easy manner.
As a future-oriented knowledge engineering project the Leipzig professor catalog will be presented at the 9th International Semantic Web Conference. The world’s most important semantic web conference takes place from 7 to 11 November in Shanghai. Thomas Riechert member of the AKSW Research Group will be present the catalog in China.
The five-yearly “International Congress of Historical Sciences” will be held in 2010 in Amsterdam. The comprehensive program also includes a “Sub-Conference of the International Commission for the History of Universities”, Utrecht. Prof. Dr. Leen Dorsman of interdisciplinary, scientific historical Descartes Centre of the University of Utrecht on 23 invites August 2010 to a colloquium on [...]
At the conference “Digital Science 2010″ in Cologne – 20-21. September will be presented to the professor in the session catalog D “Semantic Web”. The event brings IT-savvy social scientists and those who want to be with Humanities-affinity technology scientists and those who want to be together. Christian Augustin and Ulf Morgenstern will present the [...]
As of today, the professor provides catalog access to professors about their entry in the Name Authority File (PND) of the German National Library. The call of the professor is as follows: http://www.uni-leipzig.de/unigeschichte/professorenkatalog/pnd/ <pnd> http://www.uni-leipzig.de/unigeschichte/professorenkatalog/pnd/117124931
Vorträge am Descartes Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities in Utrecht
Under the title “Digitale Databases en de Universiteitsgeschiedenis” the “Descartes Centre for the History and Philosophy of the Sciences and the Humanities” had invited to a symposium at the University of Utrecht. Historians and information scientists from the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany gathered in the University Library of Utrecht on the 19th of May, 2010. [...]
The professor’s catalogue was presented within the scope of the 2nd Leipzig Semantic Web Day on the 6th of May, 2010. Program and Registration Announcement of the University of Leipzig