Posts Tagged ‘semantic model’

ClearStory Data Reveals Data Intelligence Product

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Dan Woods of Forbes reports, “After operating in a controlled, stealth beta for an unusually long time, ClearStory Data opened the curtain on its ‘Data Intelligence’ product on Monday, illustrating two powerful lessons that will present a challenge to both big data and BI vendors alike. ClearStory makes use of semantic models to understand the contents of each data source and of domain specific languages and APIs to allow tremendous flexibility in both transforming data and in supporting collaboration. Before addressing how these two techniques perform some usability magic tricks, it is worth pointing out one of the reasons that the stealth mode was so lengthy.” Read more

The European Project “digital.me” Opens Its Code

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09-24-2013 06:12 PM CET — The EU’s “digital.me” project brings Fraunhofer IAO together with seven research and industry partners to develop a system for user-controlled social networks and services that can serve as a central hub for managing a user’s various digital identities. The project has now released the source code from its software development work as an open-source project.

The use of personal information for private and business life is a trend in our increasingly information-driven society. With the rise of social media, individuals are revealing more personal data online than ever before. This data disclosure provides value to users, such as enhancing social contacts or obtaining personalized services and products. However, the existing social internet makes it difficult for using personal information in a controlled way while retaining privacy where required. Read more

A New Semantic Model for Improving Cell Phone User Experience

According to a recent article, “A new semantic model developed by researchers in Spain promises to improve the mobile telephone user experience. Developed at the UPM’s Facultad de Informática, this model represents contextual information related to user tastes and preferences, social relations, services and environment.”

The article continues, “Researchers at the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid’s Facultad de Informática have developed the mIO! ontology network. Read more