Posts Tagged ‘annotator.’

OKF Takes Step Toward Annotating the Web with Annotator & AnnotateIt

The Open Knowledge Foundation is working on a project that intends to allow users “to annotate the web. All of it. We’re now happy to announce two major releases: of Annotator, the code that makes web annotation possible, and AnnotateIt, a web service providing storage for your annotations. If you haven’t heard us talking about Annotator or AnnotateIt before, you’ll be wondering what this is all about. Annotator is a piece of code that runs in your web browser and helps you add commentary to the web. There’s an Annotator bookmarklet — like the one used by Pinterest and many other web applications — which allows you to create annotations on any web page simply by selecting content with your mouse.” Read more

Semantic Decision Support System (DSS) and Portal for Palm Oil Industry

Palm oil is a multi-billion dollar industry, yet to date no attempt has been made for complex knowledge modeling within the Palm Oil industry. As oil palm plantation industries contain numerous changing conditions and since relevant decision making parameters are dynamic as well, an intelligent Decision Support System (DSS) that is context sensitive, environment specific and localized for the user is needed. Our proposed solution empowers the end-users through semantic and ontology development methods, where the involvement of domain experts and end-users drive the application development.

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