. . . "@sbskmi (Simon Buckingham Shum on Twitter)"@en . "Sarah" . "Sarah Wood" . . "Wood" . . . . "I am a member of the OUSST (Open University Secretarial Support Team)and helped KMi as an Administration Assistant in the summer of 2008."@en . . . . "Administrative Assistant"@en . . "Sarah Wood"@en . . . . . "Annika Wolff's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "alw69" . "The Open University account for Annika Wolff"@en . . . . . "Claudio Baldassarre's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Sarah Sutcliffe's participation in CABER"@en . . . . "Alexandra Okada's participation in Hypermedia Discourse"@en . . . . . . . "Helen Huang's membership at KMi"@en . "Stefan" . "Stefan Dietze" . . . . . "Dietze" . . . . "My research at KMi was focused on Semantic Web Service (SWS) technologies, Knowledge Modelling and Context Modelling in particular. I worked on the NoTube project which follows a SWS-based paradigm to provide unified access to distributed digital media, whereas my previous research was concerned with the application of SWS technologies to the eLearning domain in the LUISA project."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Stefan Dietze"@en . . . . "George Gkotsis's participation in ACQUA"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in FlashMeeting Technology"@en . . . "Semantic Web sErvice Editing Tool"@en . "SWEET: Semantic Web sErvice Editing Tool is the first tool developed for the semi-automatic acquisition of semantic RESTful service descriptions, aiming to support a higher level of automation of common RESTful service tasks, such as discovery and composition."@en . "SWEET" . . . . . . . "SWEET"@en . . . . "Michele Pasin's participation in PhiloSURFical"@en . . . . . "Simon Foster's membership at KMi"@en . . . "The UK Multimedia Knowledge Management Network" . "2006-09-22"^^ . . "Enhance communication between the experts in both academia and industry"@en . . . . . . "The UK Multimedia Knowledge Management Network consists of research teams from seven UK universities who work in this new interdisciplinary field. The aim of this network is to enhance communication between the experts in both academia and industry, and to maintain shared resources for the direct benefit of the research community. The network is hosted at and maintained by Imperial College London.\n\n<b>Project Objectives</b>\n<ul>\n <li class="list"><span class="body">promote communication through workshops and meetings, e-mail lists and web sites.</span></li>\n <li class="list"><span class="body">develop a research roadmap for multimedia knowledge management and its research applications</span></li>\n <li class="list"><span class="body">create and maintain shared resources for the direct benefit of the research community</span></li>\n <li class="list"><span class="body">assist in training and development of new and existing researchers in the field</span></li>\n <li class="list"><span class="body">promote the Network activity to potential members, beneficiaries, collaborators and users</span></li>\n <li class="list"><span class="body">develop and implement a strategy for continuation of network activity after 3 years of EPSRC funding </span></li>\n</ul>\nRelevant research topics within Multimedia Knowledege Management include, but are not limited to, multimedia analysis, indexing, storage and delivery, needs elicitation and analysis, retrieval, summarisation, presentation and personalisation, crafting appropriate access environments, capitalisation and evaluation."@en . "The UK Multimedia Knowledge Management Network"@en . . . . "ps8426" . "The Open University account for Petr Stolar"@en . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's participation in SugarTube"@en . . . . "Peter Whalley's participation in MKSchools.net"@en . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in Revyu"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in University for Industry Observatory"@en . . . . "edb68" . "The Open University account for Evan Brown"@en . . . . "dtl25" . "The Open University account for Thanh Le"@en . . . "Description for Usha Achar"@en . "Usha Achar's profile document"@en . . . . . "Alexei Yavlinsky's membership at KMi"@en . "CARRE" . "2013-11-01"^^ . . "Personalised patient empowerment for cardiorenal comorbidities"@en . . . . "2016-10-31"^^ . . . "The CARRE project investigates information and communication technologies for empowering patients with comorbidities (multiple co-occurring medical conditions), or persons with increased risk of such conditions, especially in the case of chronic cardiac and renal disease patients. \n\nKMi will provide the semantic "glue" linking biometric sensor data, medical ontologies and Linked Data together for patient-focused decision support and medical education.\n\nThe CARRE project has received a 3-year EC funding from the European Community 7th Framework Programme FP7-ICT-2013 work programme under grant agreement no. 611140."@en . "CARRE"@en . . . . . "Antonio Roberto Coelho Serra's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Karine Souza on Facebook"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in Station X"@en . . . . "Michelle Bachler's participation in e-Dance"@en . . . "Description for Peter Coetzee"@en . "Peter Coetzee's profile document"@en . . . . "Lucas Anastasiou's participation in cRunch"@en . . . "Mobile Applications" . . "Applications to explore the use of mobile devices in a learning environment"@en . . . . . . "The Knowledge Media Institute are currently developing demonstration / prototype mobile applications to explore the use of mobile devices in the learning environment.\n\nIn the first instance these applications will be developed for the Apple iPhone and iPod Touch but the aim is to port them to other mobile platforms such as Microsoft Windows Mobile and Android based devices. It is also possible that Symbian devices may also be included."@en . "Mobile Applications"@en . . . . . . "jbh256" . "The Open University account for Jianfang Bladen-Hovell"@en . "Rui" . "Rui Zhou" . "Zhou" . . . . . . "Visiting Research Student"@en . . "Rui Zhou"@en . "Bletchley Park Text" . "2008-05-20"^^ . . "Using mobile and semantic web technologies to support the post-visit use of online museum resources"@en . . . . . . "The Bletchley Park Text system is an information service provided for visitors to Bletchley Park, the home of the British Government's Code and Cipher School during the Second World War. The Park is now a museum dedicated to telling the story of the work done there and the influence it has had on our modern day communications and computing technology.\n\nVisitors to the museum identify the items of interest to them by sending SMS text messages containing keywords taken from labels on the exhibits. These messages are later used to select relevant resources, which are organised into a number of views and presented as a personalised website for the visitor to explore when they return home from their visit."@en . "Bletchley Park Text"@en . . . . "Stefan Rueger's participation in VISHNU"@en . . . . "@@nancypontika (Nancy Pontika on Twitter)"@en . . . . "Joseph Harrison's participation in Hallé KTP"@en . . . . . "Gaston Burek's membership at KMi"@en . "Antonio Roberto Coelho" . "Antonio Roberto Coelho Serra" . "Serra" . . . . "Antonio Serra holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Administration from the State University of Maranhão (UEMA), a Master’s Degree from the Federal University of Santa Catarina (UFSC) and a Doctoral Degree from the Brazilian School of Public and Business Administration of Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV). \n\nHe is a Senior Lecturer/Adjunct Professor at the Applied Social Sciences Center at the Department of Administration at UEMA as well as the Coordinator of the Educational Technology Centre in that Institution.\n\nAntônio Serra has been working in Higher Education for over 15 years in the areas of teaching and research with large experience in planning, implementation and evaluation of Distance Education Programmes.\n\nHe was a visiting postdoctoral researcher at the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi-OU) under the supervision of Dr. Okada in 2013/2014. He contributed to several projects:\n1.“21st century education” (by Telefonica Foundation) as part of the coordinator team of COLEARNERS21\n2.“weSPOT ( working with social personal open technologies for inquiry based learning)”, responsible for co-supervising the the first pilot in co-inquiry between Educational and Business Organisations in Brazil. \n3.OER & Social Newtorks member of the Brazilian Editorial Team leading the partnership between EDUEMA Brazil and Colearn UK.\n\nCurrently, Dr. Serra is an international member of the Advisory Scientific Committee of the COLEARN Open Research Network (KMi/OU) and representative of the institutional partnership between the e-Tec Brasil Network of the Ministry of Education and Colearn KMI-OU."@en . . . "Visiting Post Doctoral Research Fellow"@en . . "Antonio Roberto Coelho Serra"@en . "User-friendly knowledge modelling application"@en . "Apollo is a user-friendly knowledge modelling application with a main goal of staying independent from the representation languages and reasoning back-ends. It does a full consistency check while editing and supports I/O plugins."@en . "Apollo" . . . . . . . "Apollo"@en . . . "Description for Elia Tomadaki"@en . "Elia Tomadaki's profile document"@en . . . . "am26395" . "The Open University account for Alexander Mikroyannidis"@en . . . "Find the right people with the right knowledge in the right place at the right time"@en . "Online social networking tools are extremely popular, but can miss potential discoveries latent in the social 'fabric'. Matchmaking services can do naive profile matching with old database technology, and modern ontological markup, though powerful, can be onerous at data-input time. BuddyFinder-CORDER can automatically produce a ranked list of buddies to match a user's search requirements specified in a term-based query, even in the absence of stored user-profiles. We integrate an online social networking search tool called BuddyFinder with a text mining method called CORDER to rank a list of online users based on 'inferred profiles' of these users in the form of scavenged Web pages."@en . "BuddyFinder-CORDER" . . . . . . . "2005-09-01"^^ . "BuddyFinder-CORDER"@en . "Sonia" . "Sonia Pinto" . "Pinto" . . . . "Sonia Pinto graduated in Pedagogy at the Catholic University of Salvador - Bahia and has a Master’s Degree in Education and Contemporaneity at the State University of Bahia (UEBA). She is completing Doctoral Research at the Federal University of Bahia at the Multidisciplinary Postgraduate Programme in Knowledge Diffusion (DMMDC-UFBa) \n\nSonia Pinto is a lecturer at the University of Bahia and currently, she coordinates a project on digital literacy with young people at Telecentros.BR, a program of the Federal Government of Brazil whose aims focus on digital inclusion and social innovation. She is investigating a CPD model based on Social Network and Knowledge Mapping in the contexts of ICT s and the skills that enable the (re)construction and sharing of knowledge. \n\nShe was a visiting researcher at the Knowledge Media Institute - Open University - UK (KMi-OU) under the supervision of Dr. Okada in 2013.\n\nShe is currently an international researcher member of the Scientific Committee of the COLEARN Open Research Network (KMi/OU) and representative of the institutional partnership between the Digital Literacy Training Programme of the Secretary of Digital Inclusion of Brazil Government and Colearn KMI-OU. \n\nHer research interests include the areas of digital literacy, scientific literacy, networked learning , knowledge mapping, education and technology and distance learning."@en . . . "Visiting Research Student"@en . . "Sonia Pinto"@en . . . . "Dave Lambert's participation in Service Web 3.0"@en . . . . "Arthur Stutt's participation in MnM"@en . "Susan" . "Susan Begley" . "Begley" . . . . . . "Clerical Assistant"@en . . "Susan Begley"@en . . . "Semantic Searching"@en . "Searching for information, data, and multimedia resources that are semantically related is a key feature of future Internet. Today's path to achieving that vision lies through the Linked Open Data (LOD) cloud of RDF data. SugarTube (Semantics Used to Get Annotated video Recording) is a Web3.0 application to search for videos through RDF-based annotated video stored as part of the Open University Broadcast Unit's learning material. The fundamental technology used to develop the application is Semantic Web Services. Users can search based on keywords, textual analysis of related documents, URLs, or geographical maps. Moreover, SugarTube gathers more useful data from the LOD cloud to enrich the search results, such as related events, people, knowledge, websites, geo-location, maps, and additional video streams from YouTube, the BBC, and OpenLearn."@en . "SugarTube" . . . . . . . "SugarTube"@en . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in Watson"@en . . . . . "Farshad Hakimpour's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "mm5824" . "The Open University account for Magda Machkova"@en . . . "Description for Thomas Ullmann"@en . "Thomas Ullmann's profile document"@en . . . . "Ben Hawkridge's participation in Virtual Spring Collaborative Microworld"@en . . . . . . . "pjs33" . "The Open University account for Peter Scott"@en . . . . . "Harriett Cornish's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "gz229" . "The Open University account for Guido Zuccon"@en . . . . . "Description for George Gkotsis"@en . "George Gkotsis's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Kevin Quick"@en . "Kevin Quick's profile document"@en . "Writable Linked Data"@en . "Hyperdata API is a software package for creating update-oriented APIs for linked data. It is driven by simple declarative configuration, and it focuses heavily on discoverability of the update capabilities.\n\nThe technology is so new that we haven't been able to publish the sources and proper documentation yet. In case of interest, we'll be happy to hear from you."@en . "Hyperdata" . . . . . "Hyperdata"@en . . . "Description for Alexandre Goncalves"@en . "Alexandre Goncalves's profile document"@en . . . . . . "Dnyanesh Rajpathak's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Maria Maleshkova's participation in SWEET"@en . . . . . "Stanislav Bagley's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Xiang Ma"@en . "Xiang Ma's profile document"@en . . . . . . "prl3" . "The Open University account for Paul Lefrere"@en . . . . . "Rachael Smith's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Peter Whalley's participation in Virtual Spring Collaborative Microworld"@en . . . "Description for Farshad Hakimpour"@en . "Farshad Hakimpour's profile document"@en . . . . "Peter Whalley's participation in Heronsgate Middle School Site"@en . . . "Description for Liliana Cabral"@en . "Liliana Cabral's profile document"@en . . . . . "Miriam Fernandez's participation in WeGov"@en . . . . "mh25785" . "The Open University account for Martin Hlosta"@en . . . "Description for Diego Ansorena Sainz"@en . "Diego Ansorena Sainz's profile document"@en . . . . "Stefania Galizia's participation in Living Human Digital Library"@en . . . . "na2637" . "The Open University account for Nailah Abdullah"@en . . . "Description for Maria Maleshkova"@en . "Maria Maleshkova's profile document"@en . . . . "Alessio Gugliotta's participation in DIP"@en . . . . "Alexandra Okada's participation in Engage"@en . . . . . . . "Sofia Angeletou's participation in NeOn"@en . "Adam" . "Adam Rae" . "Rae" . . . . "I'm working on improving large-scale image based search engines by looking at the way users interact with them, extracting useful information from images without the need for a user and improving the overall user experience."@en . . . "PhD Research Student"@en . . "Adam Rae"@en . . . . "itv3" . "The Open University account for Yanna Vogiazou"@en . . . "Description for Laurian Gridinoc"@en . "Laurian Gridinoc's profile document"@en . . . "Web-based Image and Video Navigation"@en . "The overall aim of the project was to create a web-based image and video browser for content-based retrieval that integrates the current research into browsing and searching into a unified interface. uBase Demo\n\nThe resulting browser provides the user with the power to browse a large image collection quickly and accurately. The project builds upon the work of Daniel Heesch into searching and browsing strategies.\n\nThe project's main focus was on the important issues of integrating the searching and browsing mechanisms, and improving the user-interface. The browser seamlessly integrates the following main features:\n
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  • Search with relevance feedback, browsing results by rank
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  • Hierarchical browsing
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  • Lateral browsing using NNk network
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  • Temporal browsing
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  • Historical browsing
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  • Image/video viewer
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\nThe browser and search engine is implemented under a client-server model. This enables us to centralise the search engine backend and the interface to the image collection. By using a Java applet-servlet model, we can provide a platform-independent client that can be loaded from a webpage."@en . "uBase" . . . . . . . "2006-09-21"^^ . "uBase"@en . . . . "Keyur Dave's participation in IEREST"@en . . . "@J_KMi (Jen Williams on Twitter)"@en . "SILVER" . "2007-07-01"^^ . . "Semantic Interactive Learning Visualisation Environment Research"@en . . . . "2010-04-30"^^ . . . "The aim of the SILVER project is to develop educational software based on knowledge visualisation technology that will allow learners and educators to collect, organise, experiment and interact with multimedia assets. With the software, learners and teachers will be able to select multimedia assets related to a theme, visualise conceptual relationships associated with those assets and assemble them in different ways reflecting alternative perspectives.\n\nThe SILVER project is supported by the Technology Strategy Board and is a collaboration with the Bridgeman Art Library and Lexara. Bridgeman Art Library is the world's leading source of fine art, history and culture with some 260,000 images available on-line, plus 750,000 historical photographs, from 8000 locations. LEXARA is a company that develops technology-enabled products to support organisations in the publishing, education, corporate and cultural heritage sectors. SILVER is developing applications aimed at supporting both school and work-based learning."@en . "SILVER"@en . . . "Description for Martin Dzbor"@en . "Martin Dzbor's profile document"@en . . . . "Harith Alani on LinkedIn"@en . . "L204 Summer School Blog" . "2007-01-01"^^ . . "A photo and audio blog for Spanish language students"@en . . . . . . "Students on the L204 second level course \"Viento en popa\" sent images and voice recordings from their mobile phones as they walked around the historic town of Santiago de Compostela in North Western Spain during their week-long summer school in August 2007. The website was built around the same software and systems previously employed in KMi's Xtreme Webcasts, with the addition of Google Maps via their API."@en . "L204 Summer School Blog"@en . . . . "js28856" . "The Open University account for Jan Svehla"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in CARRE"@en . . . . . . "@hrsaif (Hassan Saif on Twitter)"@en . "PatMan" . "1998-01-01"^^ . . "PATient Workflow MANagement System"@en . . . . "2000-01-31"^^ . . . "The PATMAN project aims at promoting an effective and efficient health-care delivery by providing integrated support for tackling medical and organizational issues during patient management. In the context of this project we are developing knowledge management technology to support the formalization and access to documents describing medical guidelines; thus providing a means of teaching healthcare professionals."@en . "PatMan"@en . . . "@mattroweshow (Matthew Rowe on Twitter)"@en . . . . "Rebecca Ferguson's participation in ELLIMent"@en . . . . "Alexandra Okada's participation in OpenLearn"@en . . . "Description for Thanh Le"@en . "Thanh Le's profile document"@en . . . . "Description for Magda Machkova"@en . "Magda Machkova's profile document"@en . . . "Darius" . "Darius Augaitis" . "Augaitis" . . . . . . "SocialLearn Web Developer"@en . . "Darius Augaitis"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in ScholOnto"@en . . . . "Chris Valentine's participation in citischool"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in ECOSENSUS"@en . . . "Description for Jakub Kuzilek"@en . "Jakub Kuzilek's profile document"@en . . . . "Alexandra Okada's participation in FlashMeeting Technology"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in Catalyst"@en . "Allan" . "Allan Third" . . . . . . . "Third" . . . . "I'm interested in the use of semantic technologies and natural language semantics and generation to improve both intelligent systems and services, and human interactions with them. The Semantic Web and Linked Data platforms offer a great opportunity for standards-based applications to a wide variety of domains, and I have a particular interest in using such approaches to improve patient experience and care. \n\nMy background is in formal semantics and philosophy, and I am interested in the use of practical computing applications to feed back into theoretical advances, and vice versa."@en . "4806a6b7bed87a607cf39dc4db433512253f594f"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Allan Third"@en . "LUCERO" . "2010-06-01"^^ . . "Linking University Content for Education and Research Online"@en . . . . "2011-05-31"^^ . . . "Working with groups of learners, researchers and practitioners based at the Open University, LUCERO will scope, prototype, pilot and evaluate reusable, cost-effective solutions relying on the linked data principles and technologies for exposing and connecting educational and research content. \n\nCore sets of resources considered within LUCERO are institutional repositories of research and educational material, including collaborations with the Faculty of Arts to scope, pilot, prototype and evaluate specific content exposure and linked data requirements of researchers working within the Arts and Arts History domains, providing experience on the exposure and connection of research data outputs, and demonstrating their concrete benefits. On the basis of such concrete experience, the project will aim to document business process changes required to achieve successful integrated institutional approaches to exposing educational and research content as linked data."@en . "LUCERO"@en . . . . "Mathieu d'Aquin's participation in UCIAD"@en . . . . "Marc Eisenstadt's participation in Xtreme Webcasting"@en . . . . "@evhart (Gregoire Burel on Twitter)"@en . . . . . "lddhm2" . "The Open University account for Lewis McCann"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in ACQUA"@en . . . . . "Jianfang Bladen-Hovell's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . . "da4478" . "The Open University account for Darius Augaitis"@en . . . "@dr_harry_yu (Hong Qing Yu on Twitter)"@en . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in SimLink"@en . . . . . "Fouad Zablith's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Paul Lefrere's participation in ROLE"@en . . . "@peter_scott (Peter Scott on Twitter)"@en . . . "Description for Albert Selvin"@en . "Albert Selvin's profile document"@en . . . . "mc26486" . "The Open University account for Matteo Cancellieri"@en . . . . "ajf443" . "The Open University account for Alan Fletcher"@en . . . . . "Tomas Korec's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Takayuki Goto's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Camilo Thorne's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "as23827" . "The Open University account for Alexandra Siposova"@en . . . . . "dg3288" . "The Open University account for Davide Guidi"@en . . . . . "Trung Huynh's membership at KMi"@en . "Roberto" . "Roberto Confalonieri" . . . . . "Confalonieri" . . . . "I am an undergraduate student from the University of Bologna Italy. I have been working on Semantic Web Services with IRS-III in the DIP project"@en . . . . . . . "Intern"@en . . "Roberto Confalonieri"@en . . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in Eurogene"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in XO"@en . . . . . "Description for Petr Kremen"@en . "Petr Kremen's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Anna Kuzilkova"@en . "Anna Kuzilkova's profile document"@en . . . . "Description for Marco F Ramoni"@en . "Marco F Ramoni's profile document"@en . . . . . . . . . . . . "Yuangui Lei's participation in OntoWeaver"@en . . . . "Miriam Fernandez's participation in ReelLives"@en . . . . "kp6559" . "The Open University account for Karine Souza"@en . . . . . "Juan Carlos Vidal Aguiar's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Harith Alani on SlideShare"@en . . . . . "Smitashree Choudhury's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Harith Alani's participation in Sense4Us"@en . . "Joerg" . "Joerg Diederich" . . . "Diederich" . . . . "My current work is focused on ranking (PageRank & Co) and recommendation algorithms and how to combine such things with Magpie. \n\nIn my previous life (mainly during my PhD thesis) I was working in the area of communication networks, especially the mobile ones (GSM, GPRS, UMTS, WirelessLAN) and their protocols (TCP/IP, MobileIP), focusing on Quality of Service aspects (Integrated Services, Differentiated\nServices) in cellular mobile networks."@en . . . . . "Visiting Researcher"@en . . "Joerg Diederich"@en . . . . . . . "Barry Norton's participation in DIP"@en . . . . "Alessandro Adamou's participation in MK:Smart"@en . . . . . "Pierre Grenon's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "fw798" . "The Open University account for Fridolin Wild"@en . . . "Description for Tom Vincent"@en . "Tom Vincent's profile document"@en . . . . "Liliana Cabral's participation in Ibrow"@en . "Ivana" . "Ivana Quinto" . "Quinto" . . . . . . "Intern"@en . . "Ivana Quinto"@en . "Document search engine"@en . "This is a document search engine with several new visualization front ends that aid navigation through the set of documents returned by a query. Keywords from the document set are identified and selected on the fly. These keywords are then used to compute document clusters. The clusters can be displayed and explored using three visualisations: Sammon cluster view, Dendro map or radial interactive visualization."@en . "VISHNU" . . . . . . . "2006-09-21"^^ . "VISHNU"@en . . . . . "Peter Scott's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Philip Meyer's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in OPAL"@en . "Alexander" . "Alexander Mikroyannidis" . . . . . . . . . "Mikroyannidis" . . . . . . "alexmikro" . "My current research interests are generally in the area of Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) and specifically in personalised learning, self-regulated learning, inquiry-based learning, remote labs and online experimentation, open educational resources and rich interactive learning materials with applications in teaching and learning Data Science, Future Internet, and Linked Data."@en . "407385706bcb9117cb872acb78dd7b36d2f23255"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Alexander Mikroyannidis"@en . . . . . "Lucia Specia's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Stefan Rueger's membership at KMi"@en . "Lia Carolina" . "Lia Carolina Rossi" . "Rossi" . . . . "Lia Carolina is a visiting student from Sao Paulo, Brazil, who holds a BA in Communication with specialization in journalism and mass communication research at Cásper Libero University .\nShe has worked for more than ten years in Brazil as a journalist in television network channels in Sao Paulo and as a freelancer director, reporter and scriptwriter of corporate videos and presentations for multinational companies. \nDuring the last four years, she worked in Educational Technology at Santillana, an educational publisher that is a leader in the Latin American textbook market. There she became project manager for UNO International, an iPad-based educational system, coordinating external and internal production teams and participating in planning, budgeting, and development of educational content and apps.\nAfter falling in love with educational technology, she realized that training teachers to use technology in the classroom is a key factor for implementing innovation. Her research interests focus on understanding the needs of educators and identifying opportunities for them to innovative through technologies. \nShe also believes that high quality content and interesting educational design for interactive use can help learners for better understanding. Deeply interested in how digital will transform the educational field, Lia is currently looking for innovative technologies to accomplish the 21st Century skills as a visiting researcher at the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) - Open University."@en . "a54d35e9ea6035a9333f000a7391076c3790f7c8"^^ . . . . . "Visiting Research Student"@en . . "Lia Carolina Rossi"@en . . . . "Stuart Watt's participation in Hank"@en . . . . . "Kate Dungate's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in Hypermedia Discourse"@en . . . "Description for Renata Calonego"@en . "Renata Calonego's profile document"@en . "The Virtual Microscope" . . "Directly manipulate photorealistic rock sample slides"@en . . . . . . "The Virtual Microscope allows students to directly manipulate photorealistic rock sample slides. In the simulation they can rotate the slides and use a polarising filter."@en . "The Virtual Microscope"@en . "Cheap, networked sensors to understand the way people use space."@en . "Crowdsense relies on cheap, off-the-shelf technologies to create a network of sensors that can detect the location of people, through their wifi-enabled devices, within enclosed spaces. We use this information to create analytics that can be used and correlated with other data stream as a way to predict and improve the use of space for commercial or other purposes."@en . "CrowdSense" . . . . . . . "2014-01-01"^^ . "CrowdSense"@en . . . . "sfr55" . "The Open University account for Silvar Ribeiro"@en . "Recording, segmenting and indexing news for you to browse, search, find, read, listen and watch."@en . "NewsRoom is a modular platform for television broadcast news capture, automatic segmentation, indexing and browsing.\n\nThe core of NewsRoom is its automatic story segmentation software. Its modular architecture allows to integrate various segmentation algorithms, organised in modules, such as a video scene detection software, lexical analysis algorithms, temporal feature analysis and high-level object-based audio/video feature extraction, such as optical character recognition and logotype detection.\n\nNewsRoom also provides a web-based interface for news browsing and searching, and lets users modify story segmentation, giving to NewsRoom a community-based \"wiki\" flavour."@en . "NewsRoom" . . . . . . . "2006-11-28"^^ . "NewsRoom"@en . . . . . "Jane Whild's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Description for Naveed Anwar"@en . "Naveed Anwar's profile document"@en . . . . . "Heliomar Lima's membership at KMi"@en . "Open Guide to Milton Keynes" . "2006-04-01"^^ . . "Community guide to Milton Keynes that anyone can edit"@en . . . . . . "The Open Guide to Milton Keynes is part of the OpenGuides network of free, community-maintained wiki guidebooks to places around the world. Anyone is free to contribute, whether it's by writing new articles or editing existing articles. The OpenGuides are developed with the Semantic Web in mind; metadata is organised to allow easy machine-readable output, in order to enable re-usage by other web services.\n\nThe guide has been set up to investigate the application of semantic web technologies in a locality based resource, to provide a service to the local Milton Keynes community, and to explore the possibilities of wiki based social software. \n\nThe Milton Keynes Open Guide is kindly hosted and provided with technical support by Chris Schmidt from the Open Guide to Boston.\n\nChris Shmidt homepage - http://crschmidt.net\nOpen Guide to Boston website - http://boston.openguides.org"@en . "Open Guide to Milton Keynes"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in Internet Software Visualization Lab (ISVL)"@en . . . . "David Castledine's participation in MK:Smart"@en . . . . "Mathieu d'Aquin's participation in NeOn"@en . . . . "Marc Eisenstadt's participation in climateprediction.net"@en . . . . "Description for Sarah Wood"@en . "Sarah Wood's profile document"@en . "Rachel" . "Rachel Yarrien" . . "Yarrien" . . . . "I am the Executive Assistant to the Director of KMi, Professor Peter Scott. As part of my role I also support and PA for KMi's Executives, Alan Fletcher (Lab Manager) and Jane Whild (Administration Manager)."@en . "b0af07b325f55a702a77073c9a546df24e0a97e6"^^ . . . . . . "Executive Team Assistant"@en . . "Rachel Yarrien"@en . "EDSA" . "2015-02-02"^^ . . "European Data Science Academy"@en . . . . "2018-01-31"^^ . . . "Data explosion on the web, fuelled by social networking, micro-blogging, as well as crowdsourcing, has led to the Big Data phenomenon. This is characterized by increasing volumes of structured, semi-structured and unstructured data, originating from sources that generate them at an increasing rate. This wealth of data provides numerous new analytic and business intelligence opportunities to various industry sectors. Therefore, more and more industry sectors are in need of innovative data management services, creating a demand for Data Scientists possessing skills and detailed knowledge in this area. Ensuring the availability of such expertise will prove crucial if businesses are to reap the full benefits of these advanced data management technologies, and the know-how accumulated over the past years by researchers, technology enthusiasts and early adopters.\n\nThe European Data Science Academy (EDSA) will establish a virtuous learning production cycle whereby we: a) analyse the required sector specific skillsets for data analysts across the main industrial sectors in Europe; b) develop modular and adaptable data science curricula to meet these needs; and c) deliver training supported by multiplatform and multilingual learning resources based on our curricula. The curricula and learning resources will be continuously evaluated by pedagogical and data science experts during both development and deployment."@en . "EDSA"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in PhiloSURFical"@en . . . "Description for Sofia Angeletou"@en . "Sofia Angeletou's profile document"@en . . . . "Aneta Tumilowicz on Facebook"@en . . . . "Stefan Rueger's participation in PHAROS"@en . "STELLARNET" . "2009-02-01"^^ . . "The open network of excellence in technology-enhanced learning."@en . . . . "2012-05-31"^^ . . . "STELLARNET represents the effort of the leading institutions and projects in European Technology-Enhanced Learning (TEL) to unify our diverse community.\nThis Network of Excellence is motivated by the need for European research on TEL to build upon, synergize and extend the valuable work we have started by significantly building capacity in TEL research within Europe, which is required to allow the European Union to achieve its goals via the Bologna Agreement and the execution of the Lisbon Agenda. The European TEL agenda has been set for the last 4 years by the Kaleidoscope network – with a huge strength in pedagogy and scientific excellence, and the Prolearn network – with a complimentary strength in technical and professional excellence. Integrating this excellence and moving on to the higher strategic formation of policy based in leading research is the key challenge for the next stage.\nSTELLARNET will move beyond the earlier networks by setting a new and critical foresight agenda for Technology Enhanced Learning. The Network will be executed via a series of integration instruments designed to increase the research capacity of European TEL at all levels.\nSTELLARNET's instruments will act upon the backbone of an interlocking set of 3 Grand Research Challenge actions, themed as Connecting People, Orchestration and Context."@en . "STELLARNET"@en . . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in iTunes U"@en . "Personal Inquiry" . . "Designing for evidence-based inquiry learning across<br>formal and informal settings"@en . . . . . . "The Personal Inquiry (PI) project is a collaboration between the University of Nottingham and researchers from CREET and KMi in The Open University. The aim of PI is to develop a new approach of scripted inquiry learning in which students aged 11-14 can use personal technologies to guide scientific investigations that span the classroom, home and field locations.\n\nActivities will be based around topic themes - Myself, My Environment, My Community - that engage young learners in investigating their health, diet and fitness, their immediate environment and their wider surroundings. These topics are key elements of the new 21st century science curriculum that requires students to reason about the natural sciences as a complex system and to explore how people relate to the physical world.\n\nOther partners include Hadden Park High School in Nottingham, Oakgrove School in Milton Keynes, ScienceScope, a company that develops sensing and datalogging equipment, Nottingham Museums and Galleries, Milton Keynes City Discovery Centre and Gulliver's Eco-Park, Milton Keynes.\n\nPI is a three year project funded by the UK ESRC and EPSRC research councils."@en . "Personal Inquiry"@en . . . "@janewhild (Jane Whild on Twitter)"@en . "LUISA" . "2006-03-01"^^ . . "Learning Content Management System Using Innovative Semantic Web Services Architecture"@en . . . . "2008-08-31"^^ . . . "LUISA is a STREP Project under the European Commission's 6th Framework Programme. LUISA will apply the semantic web service framework, architecture and tools developed with the DIP project, including IRS-III, to eLearning. More specifically, LUISA will create a rich flexible infrastructure supporting the development and reuse of learning materials for both learners and educators. The enhanced architecture will open new possibilities in the automation of learning object discovery, selection, composition and negotiation, within a distributed service architectures seamlessly integrated through ontologies. The longterm goal for LUISA is to shift the paradigm in eLearning from one based on learning objects to one based on semantic web services."@en . "LUISA"@en . "Aneta" . "Aneta Tumilowicz" . . . . . . . . "Tumilowicz" . . . . . . "1512253cf9423784e69e07c82d60b745d6e7128e"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "KMi Senior Administration Coordinator"@en . . "Aneta Tumilowicz"@en . "David" . "David Castledine" . . . . . . . . "Castledine" . . . . "I am one of the Systems & Network Administrators in the Systems team here at KMi. My role is to provide support for the department's I.T. infrastructure, including Windows, Linux, networking, server and storage virtualisation."@en . "1f2802256f4a2af7a2a48cef559edc7720927a40"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Systems & Network Administrator"@en . . "David Castledine"@en . . . . "Elia Tomadaki's participation in Open Sensemaking Communities"@en . . . . "rab543" . "The Open University account for Roxana Belecheanu"@en . "Discovering Open University Content from Other Online Resources"@en . "There is a growing base of open educational content being made available online. At The Open University, this currently includes 650 units of course material on OpenLearn and 3,800 audio and video podcasts. With such content available, discoverability of educational resources becomes a major challenge.\n\nDiscOU is a resources discovery engine relying on a semantic index of Open University Open Content. It semantically analyse the content of an online resource, and match it by similarity to other existing Open University content to retrieve the most relevant pieces. It currently works with BBC programme pages."@en . "DiscOU" . . . . . . . "DiscOU"@en . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in KMi Planet"@en . "Silvar" . "Silvar Ribeiro" . "Ribeiro" . . . . "Silvar Ferreira Ribeiro graduated in Pedagogy from the Catholic University of Salvador - Bahia and holds a Master’s Degree in Production Engineering from the Federal University of Santa Catarina. He is completing Doctoral Research at the Federal University of Bahia at the Multidisciplinary Postgraduate Programme in Knowledge Diffusion (DMMDC-UFBa) \n \nSilvar F. Ribeiro currently works as a lecturer at the graduate course in "Administration" at State University of Bahia in Camaçari and as a researcher in Information and Communication Technologies at UNEB University. Before it, he was a local coordinator of the Open University in Bahia-Brazil.\n\nHis doctoral research on the Brazilian Open University System focuses on collaborative network management through knowledge mapping for developing key competences in the digital age. He was a visiting researcher at the Knowledge Media Institute - Open University - UK (KMi-OU) under the supervision of Dr. Okada in 2013.\n\nRibeiro is currently an international research member of the Scientific Committee of the COLEARN Open Research Network (KMi/OU) and representative of the institutional partnership between the Digital Literacy Training Programme of the Secretary of Digital Inclusion of Brazil Government and Colearn KMI-OU. \n\nHis research interests comprise the areas of distance education, e-learning, social networking sites, knowledge mapping, collaborative network management, and educational technology."@en . . . "Visiting Research Student"@en . . "Silvar Ribeiro"@en . "The quick and easy way to create instant video blogs"@en . "With a web cam and computer you can be creating video blogs almost instantly! You can record and edit streaming video that is available to a web audience within seconds.\nFlashVlogs are recorded and edited in the FlashVlog Editor and the results are watched using a separate FlashVlog Viewer. Both applets simply run in a standard web page using the popular Flash plug-in."@en . "FlashVlog" . . . . . . . "2005-10-01"^^ . "FlashVlog"@en . . . "Description for Petr Baxant"@en . "Petr Baxant's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Petr Knoth"@en . "Petr Knoth's profile document"@en . . . . "kaq3" . "The Open University account for Kevin Quick"@en . "Khadija" . "Khadija Tahera" . . "Tahera" . . . . "My job was to support research within the context of a European\nFramework funded project TECH-IT-EASY, which aims to develop\nan information system, based on analytical and knowledge-based\ntools, able to support electromechanical European SMEs in structuring\nand systematising the internal produce innovation process."@en . . . . . "Research Assistant"@en . . "Khadija Tahera"@en . "Tony" . "Tony Brush" . . . . . . "Brush" . . . . "I worked in KMi as a project officer using my skills in C++, VBA, PHP, SQL, other web development, G.I.S. & G.P.S., graphics/visualisation, image processing, neural networks etc. I implemented Magpie in Word."@en . . . . . . . . . "Project Officer"@en . . "Tony Brush"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in ELLIMent"@en . . . . "Michelle Bachler's participation in CoAKTinG"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in Tech-It-Easy"@en . . . "Giuseppe Scavo on LinkedIn"@en . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in Xtreme Webcasting"@en . . . "Description for Jane Whild"@en . "Jane Whild's profile document"@en . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's participation in OpenKnowledge"@en . . . . "Michelle Bachler's participation in OpenLearn"@en . . . "Martin" . "Martin Dzbor" . . . . . . . . . . "Dzbor" . . . . "I worked on the <b>NeOn</b> project (http://neon-project.org) - as a senior research scientist and technical manager. NeOn is a flagship project of IST FP6 and investigates aspects of evolution, collaboration, contextualization and human-ontology interaction in the environment of large-scale networked ontologies.\n<br><br>\nBefore NeOn I managed OU contribution to the <b>KnowledgeWeb</b> project (http://kmi.open.ac.uk/projects/kweb), and previously, I have worked in the <b>climate<i>prediction</i>.net</b> (http://www.climateprediction.net) project - a large-scale climate modelling and distributed computing project (similar to SETI@Home). The motivation for KMi in both projects was the application of our cutting-edge tools and technologies developed around Magpie and BuddySpace, and to make a contribution to the Semantic Web vision. I delivered a tool that can be called a 'Semantic Web browser'. \n<br><br>\nThe Magpie plug-in of MS Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox, which is one of my main designs and implementations, supports ontology-based interpretation, sense-making and exploration of web resources. Find out more on the <b>Magpie</b> project web page (http://kmi.open.ac.uk/projects/magpie)..."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Senior Research Fellow"@en . . "Martin Dzbor"@en . . . "Alexandra Okada on SlideShare"@en . "DiggiCORE" . "2012-01-01"^^ . . "Digging into Connected Repositories"@en . . . . "2014-03-31"^^ . . . "The goal of DiggiCORE is to analyse a vast set of research publications from the Open Access domain using natural language processing and social network analysis methods to identify patterns in the behaviour of research communities, to recognise trends in research disciplines, to learn new insights about the citation behaviours of researchers etc."@en . "DiggiCORE"@en . . . . "Dave Lambert's participation in SugarTube"@en . . . . "dl3438" . "The Open University account for Daniel Lewis"@en . . . . "Maria Vargas-Vera's participation in AquaLog"@en . . . . "Jianhan Zhu's participation in The KMi semantic web"@en . . . "Paul Warren on LinkedIn"@en . . . "Description for Jozef Vrana"@en . "Jozef Vrana's profile document"@en . . . . . "Fawad Nazir's membership at KMi"@en . "Mark" . "Mark Gaved" . . . . . . . . . . . "Gaved" . . . . "I am a postdoc researcher at the Open University working on the MASELTOV project (<a href="http://www.maseltov.eu" class="people">http://www.maseltov.eu</a>) exploring how mobile phones might support language learning and social inclusion for recent migrants to the EU. My particular focus is on incidental learning (unplanned or unintentional learning) that takes place in everyday life. The OU team, based in the Institute of Educational Technology is developing an Incidental Learning Framework, and considering how feedback and progress indicators might motivate and supporting learning. \n\nResearch interests: mobile, networked, and locative learning technologies, informal learning and community based research. \n\nFor my PhD research, I worked with communities that developed their own computer network infrastructure to support their activities, and explored the challenges they faced in developing sustainable local community solutions to the digital divide and supporting neighbourhood approaches to technology enhanced social interactions. I believe that networked tools may prove to be as important for supporting local as much as remote interactions. The internet may reduce the friction of space, but not the importance of place. This work continues in my participation in the Enabling Remote Activity (ERA) project: (<a href="http://projects.kmi.open.ac.uk/era/" class="people">http://projects.kmi.open.ac.uk/era/ </a>)"@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Mark Gaved"@en . . . "Description for Teresa Connolly"@en . "Teresa Connolly's profile document"@en . . . . "Damian Dadswell's participation in KICS"@en . . . "Vojtech" . "Vojtech Robotka" . "Robotka" . . . . . . "Technical Support Staff"@en . . "Vojtech Robotka"@en . . . . "Tom Vincent's participation in CLUTCH - Millennium Awards"@en . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's participation in OmniVoke"@en . . . . . "Michelle Bachler's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Yuangui Lei's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Miriam Fernandez's participation in DecarboNet"@en . . . "Description for Enrico Daga"@en . "Enrico Daga's profile document"@en . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in NeOn"@en . "SocialLearn" . . "Learning on the open, social web..."@en . . . . . . "SocialLearn is a cross-University project to combine the best of social web technologies with those of online social learning. SocialLearn is a vehicle to think about learning in the Web 2.0+ context. Who is learning, how are they are they learning, what and when are they learning? SocialLearn integrates concepts and technologies from KMi's social/semantic/multimedia technologies research."@en . "SocialLearn"@en . . . "Description for Mari Suárez-Figueroa"@en . "Mari Suárez-Figueroa's profile document"@en . . . . "sw7698" . "The Open University account for Sophie Wise"@en . . "Yanna" . "Yanna Vogiazou" . . . "Vogiazou" . . . . "Yanna's PhD research was focused on the notion of 'presence' in the online and wireless connected world and investigated the potential of massive multiplayer games and playful multiuser interaction based purely on 'presence' information."@en . . . . . . . "Research Student"@en . . "Yanna Vogiazou"@en . . . "Description for Alan Fletcher"@en . "Alan Fletcher's profile document"@en . . . . . "Thanh Le's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . . "Davide Guidi's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Simone Spaccarotella"@en . "Simone Spaccarotella's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Paul Mulholland"@en . "Paul Mulholland's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Tracie Farrell Frey"@en . "Tracie Farrell Frey's profile document"@en . . . . "Jon Linney's participation in Topic Accessed Video"@en . "Semantically annotating motion video"@en . "Video is a big part of the Web: we download billions of videos from YouTube every month, stream Hollywood movies and TV programmes, and educate ourselves with iTunes U podcasts. But finding the right video now is a bit like finding the right Web page was back in the 1990s: we are limited to searching the smattering of keywords that occured to the video's creator. Annomation makes it easy for people to add semantic annotations using Web 3.0 techniques: videos, and segments in the video, can be described by links to concepts in DBpedia, the Library of Congress and Dewey classifications, geographical data sets, and other parts of the Semantic Web Linked Data Cloud."@en . "Annomation" . . . . . . . "Annomation"@en . "VDC" . "2001-09-19"^^ . . "The Virtual Degree Ceremony"@en . . . . . . "In this project we are exploring how to use technology to appropriately support a strongly social type of event - the celebration of the award of degrees to students in a virtual format. Our second worldwide virtual degree ceremony was webcast live on April 18th 2001. The live ceremony included chat, slides and animations as well as audio and video from the Berrill Lecture Theatre in Milton Keynes in the United Kingdom. Apart from staff on stage, the auditorium itself was entirely empty during the presentation - as all the audience were remote!\n\nIn addition to the UK based participants, students attended from as far away as New Zealand, Brazil, Denmark and the USA. In this ceremony, students graduated at home whilst baby-sitting, in the office with colleagues and a glass of champagne, and even with a cappuccino in a local cyber-cafe. A student in New Zealand joked that it was so early/late that he was graduating in his pyjamas!"@en . "VDC"@en . . . . . "Bjornar Tessem's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Enhanced Presence Management for Collaboration, Messaging, and Gaming"@en . "BuddySpace aims to provide enhanced capabilities for users to manage and visualise the presence of colleagues and friends in collaborative working, gaming, messaging, and other contexts. Of particular interest is the role of graphical metaphors for presence, including maps, logical layouts such as building schematics and project timelines and abstract artistic layouts such as graffiti walls. We are also studying the semantics of presence, in order to move beyond simple flags such as 'online' and 'busy' to include rich contextual and spatio-temporal information more appropriate to one's focus of activity."@en . "BuddySpace" . . . . . . . "BuddySpace"@en . . . "@DamianD (Damian Dadswell on Twitter)"@en . . . . "Dave Lambert's participation in Internet Reasoning Service (IRS)"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in Apollo"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in ReFLEx"@en . "The World's Simplest Meeting Scheduler"@en . "Have you ever tried to schedule a meeting involving participants who don't use your official authorized scheduling tool? In fact, even if your participants did use that tool, would it really help solve your routine scheduling requirements? With Meet-O-Matic, you can propose and schedule meetings online and invite \nparticipants using your own email system, then monitor responses to your meeting invitation as they arrive and are displayed in Meet-O-Matic's intuitive visual constraint table."@en . "Meet-O-Matic" . . . . . . . "Meet-O-Matic"@en . . . "Hannah" . "Hannah Gore" . "Gore" . . . . . . "Online Community & Devel Manager"@en . . "Hannah Gore"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in Internet Reasoning Service (IRS)"@en . . . . "Hassan Saif's participation in Sense4Us"@en . . . "Description for Shuangyan Liu"@en . "Shuangyan Liu's profile document"@en . . . . . "Roberto Confalonieri's membership at KMi"@en . "Alberto" . "Alberto Ardito" . "Ardito" . . . . . . "Visiting Research Student"@en . . "Alberto Ardito"@en . "Technologies for Intelligent News Agency"@en . "ROSTRA is a web-based news and content management tool written in PHP. Through the use of templates, it can be customised to fit into existing website designs, or act as a stand-alone website. Article submission is via a simple web form and can be accompanied by a wide variety of media including still images, movies (QuickTime, Windows Media, or FlashBlog), Word and Excel documents and PDF files. Images are resized automatically on the server to save bandwidth. Templates have been created so that ROSTRA can present material in blog formats and/for webcasting. All content is categorised and is fully searcheable. Posting can be done by authorised users or by guests, in which case the system supports message moderation by email. email digests of postings can be created automatically and stories can have permalinks. Certain templates allow authorised users to comment on postings. ROSTRA supports a heirarchical structure allowing sub-ROSTRA to feed into a master ROSTRA. In 2004, ROSTRA was adopted (as 'Making The News') for hundreds of schools across England by the East of England Broadband Consortium."@en . "ROSTRA" . . . . . . . "2001-04-01"^^ . "ROSTRA"@en . . . "Description for Nikolaos Nanas"@en . "Nikolaos Nanas's profile document"@en . . . . "Alexandra Okada's participation in iCoper"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in Open Sensemaking Communities"@en . "EUCLID" . "2012-05-01"^^ . . "EdUcational Curriculum for the usage of LInked Data"@en . . . . "2014-04-30"^^ . . . "As the popularity of Linked Data increases, so does the demand for data practitioners possessing the skills and knowledge necessary to understand its main concepts, and apply the associated technologies for data-analytics purposes. The availability of such expertise is a driver for the sustainable future development of the Linked Data community. It can be achieved through targeted knowledge transfer, in particular through easily accessible training programs addressing the real needs of data practitioners, as proposed in the EUCLID project.\n\nEUCLID will facilitate professional training for data practitioners aiming to use Linked Data in their daily work, through a curriculum implemented as a combination of living learning materials and activities (eBook series, webinars, face-to-face training), validated by the user community through continuous feedback."@en . "EUCLID"@en . . . . "tkd29" . "The Open University account for Tom Dickinson"@en . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in XO"@en . "A Web site that exploits Semantic Web technology and allows you to review and rate anything you want"@en . "Revyu.com is a web site where you can review and rate things. Unlike many other reviewing sites on the web, Revyu.com lets you review and rate absolutely anything you can name. Revyu.com exploits Semantic Web technologies, both as the underlying representation mechanism and also to dynamically retrieve semantic information available on the web, which is relevant to a particular review. Because the content of all reviews is published on the site in RDF/XML as well as HTML, you can easily reuse the reviews you write in any other web site or application."@en . "Revyu" . . . . . . . "Revyu"@en . . . . . . "Maria Macintyre's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . . . "Trevor Collins's participation in Topic Accessed Video"@en . . . . "Alexandra Okada's participation in Open Sensemaking Communities"@en . . . "Drahomira Herrmannova on LinkedIn"@en . "Renato" . "Renato Cortinovis" . . . . . . . "Cortinovis" . . . . . "Thesis: Supporting OERs discoverability.\nSupervisors: Prof. John Domingue Dr. Alexander Mikroyannidis\n\nI have professional experience in sectors such as the European Space Agency, United Nations (ITU), CERN and the European Community, where I had the opportunity to work with technologies including: human computer interaction, artificial intelligence, operating systems, software engineering, image processing, parallel architectures, VLSI design, telecommunication, e-learning. I didn't marry any of them, though.\n\nI left the rat race a couple of lives ago, and I am now enjoying this phd experience mainly for personal interest. I also enjoy meta-observing myself carrying out the phd.\n\nMore info (publications, etc.) on my LinkedIn profile."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . "P-time External PhD Research Student"@en . . "Renato Cortinovis"@en . . . . "pk3295" . "The Open University account for Petr Knoth"@en . . . . . "Sonia Pinto's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Usha" . "Usha Achar" . "Achar" . . . . . . "SocialLearn Lead Web Developer"@en . . "Usha Achar"@en . . . . "Jianhan Zhu's participation in ESpotter"@en . . . . "scp338" . "The Open University account for Sonia Pinto"@en . . . . "das674" . "The Open University account for Diego Ansorena Sainz"@en . . . "Description for Simon Buckingham Shum"@en . "Simon Buckingham Shum's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Stefan Dietze"@en . "Stefan Dietze's profile document"@en . . . . "Trevor Collins's participation in Architectures for scripted media objects"@en . . . . . "Stefan Dietze's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Lucas Anastasiou's participation in UK Aggregation"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in OpenLearn"@en . . . . "Damian Dadswell's participation in IEREST"@en . . . "Description for Sanyukta Shrestha"@en . "Sanyukta Shrestha's profile document"@en . . . . "ds4675" . "The Open University account for Denilson Sell"@en . . . . "msb262" . "The Open University account for Michelle Bachler"@en . "Magdalena" . "Magdalena Krygielova" . "Krygielova" . . . . . . . "Research Assistant"@en . . "Magdalena Krygielova"@en . . . . . . . "lmr355" . "The Open University account for Luis Marco-Ruiz"@en . "Samuel" . "Samuel Pearce" . "Pearce" . . . . "037962db38f1ecaa40b3ad077fdec3414fc45082"^^ . . . . . . . . "Technical Support Staff"@en . . "Samuel Pearce"@en . . . . "Peter Whalley's participation in Virtual Tours"@en . . . "Description for Barry Norton"@en . "Barry Norton's profile document"@en . "Tom" . "Tom Dickinson" . . . . . . . . "Dickinson" . . . . . . . "I am currently a PhD student who's thesis title is "Telling Life Stories from Social Media Content".\n\nThe approach I am taking looks at identifying and categorising events from a persons social media data. \n\nGiven this data, we then look at how we might be able to rank events in terms of how memorable they are for a particular agent, as well as investigate ways we can seek to maximise recall for events by addressing things such as semantic memory, and ordering.\n\nI am also attached to the ReelLives project which looks at doing something very similar. The goal of ReelLives is to create short documentaries that are automatically generated from a persons social media data, using things such as photos, videos and posts."@en . "cb3db03a60aa4089bcdfd358653361378b84526c"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "PhD Research Student"@en . . "Tom Dickinson"@en . . . . "Victoria Uren's participation in DOT.KOM"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in climateprediction.net"@en . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's participation in The KMi semantic web"@en . . . . "Petr Knoth's participation in UK Aggregation"@en . . . . "iq39" . "The Open University account for Ivana Quinto"@en . . . . . "Jonas Vaclavek's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in Phone the Web"@en . . . . "jmg642" . "The Open University account for Jose M Garcia"@en . . . "@anticitizen79 (Alessandro Adamou on Twitter)"@en . . . . "lp4477" . "The Open University account for Laura Po"@en . . . "Description for Antonio Roberto Coelho Serra"@en . "Antonio Roberto Coelho Serra's profile document"@en . . . . "agg96" . "The Open University account for Aitor Gomez-Goiri"@en . . . "Description for Simona Colucci"@en . "Simona Colucci's profile document"@en . . . . . "Jan Uhlir's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "cp3982" . "The Open University account for Carlos Pedrinaci"@en . . . . . "Anna De Liddo's participation in Catalyst"@en . "George" . "George Gkotsis" . "Gkotsis" . . . . . "GeorgeGkotsis" . "uk.linkedin.com/in/gkotsis" . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "George Gkotsis"@en . . . . "se72" . "The Open University account for Shirley Evans"@en . . . . . "Airina Volungeviciene's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Marc Eisenstadt's participation in Vague Query Responder"@en . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in Blues Engine"@en . "Ortenz" . "Ortenz Rose" . . . "Rose" . . . . "As an active member of the KMi Admin. Team, my primary role is Recruitment and Staffing Coordinator. In summary, I deal with matters surrounding Human Resources (including short/long-term visitors, Internships, Consultants and Research Students), as well as finance issues.."@en . "afd301ab64d8297c87366f5f2cb186bc476fb77c"^^ . . . . . . . "Senior Staffing & Recruitment Coordinator"@en . . "Ortenz Rose"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in OmniVoke"@en . . . . . . "Barry Norton's participation in SUPER"@en . "Architectures for scripted media objects" . "2007-07-02"^^ . . "A partial solution to the reusability paradox"@en . . . . . . "Developments in the underlying media technologies provide the potential for a new flexibility in the development of e-learning materials. It is now possible to create scripted media objects with a rich embedded pedagogy of expository structure and learner interaction.\n\nThe difference between scripted media objects and conventional multi-media resources is that they are designed to share parameters derived from their local context and to communicate with each other. This allows them to be customised by course authors within a simple web-based architecture and offers a potential solution to one of the major problems of open-source media reusability, how to create flexible media objects that are not pedagogically empty.\n\n<strong>scripted media objects</strong>\n\n<ul><li>view all media as flexible, programmable objects, defined by external parameters for mode, configuration, overlay, position, text, etc</li>\n<li>configured initially by contextual control parameters and then dynamically</li>\n<li>communicate with other media objects and remote servers</li></ul>\n<strong>provide</strong>\n\n<ul><li>malleable graphic representations and interactivity</li>\n<li>layered complexity allowing alternative levels of description</li>\n<li>shared communication between users</li></ul>\n<strong>Related papers</strong>\n\n<a href="http://weblab.open.ac.uk/related-papers/interaction_enquiry.pdf" class="project">http://weblab.open.ac.uk/related-papers/interaction_enquiry.pdf</a>\n\n<a href="http://weblab.open.ac.uk/related-papers/layered_media.pdf" class="project">http://weblab.open.ac.uk/related-papers/layered_media.pdf</a>"@en . "Architectures for scripted media objects"@en . . . "ReFLEx" . "2006-01-01"^^ . . "Resources For Learning by Exploration"@en . . . . "2006-12-31"^^ . . . "The ReFLEx project is exploring how semantic web technologies could be applied to support students' use of OU course materials and related online resources within an integrated learning enviornment."@en . "ReFLEx"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in Claimaker"@en . . . "Description for Claudia Machado"@en . "Claudia Machado's profile document"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in EDSA"@en . . . . . "Paul Warren's membership at KMi"@en . "Dominika" . "Dominika Koroncziova" . "Koroncziova" . . . . . . "Internship"@en . . "Dominika Koroncziova"@en . . . . "Teresa Connolly's participation in ROLE"@en . . . "Description for Lucie Váchová"@en . "Lucie Váchová's profile document"@en . . . . "Laurian Gridinoc's participation in SWEET"@en . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's participation in AquaLog"@en . . . . "Description for Nailah Abdullah"@en . "Nailah Abdullah's profile document"@en . . . . "oor2" . "The Open University account for Ortenz Rose"@en . . . "Shared control of virtual experiments via Instant Messaging"@en . "SimLink is a system for deployment and use of Java based downloadable plugins within the BuddySpace instant messaging system. It also supports a mechanism to 'share state' in the group chat environment of BuddySpace. This means that we can design a plugin whose current state is synchronized in all participants of a group chat session. For example, one of sample plugins provided, allows participants to play a networked game of Chess, and additionally progress of the game can be viewed by participants not involved in the game. In practice, SimLink allows multiple users to share control of simulations and other software at much lower bandwidth penalty than 'raw' screen-sharing would entail."@en . "SimLink" . . . . . . . "2005-04-01"^^ . "SimLink"@en . "Andre Luis" . "Andre Luis Correa" . "Correa" . . . . "br.linkedin.com/pub/andré-luis-corrêa/2a/1b7/3a2/" . . . "André Luis Correa majored in Biology from Universidade Estadual Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho (UNESP) in 2007. He has a Master’s Degree in Science Education from the same university and is currently taking his Doctorate in Science Education at UNESP, where he works as a associate lecturer, responsible for introducing ICT to pre-service teachers in Science Education. \n\nAndré Correa was a visiting researcher under the supervision of Dr. Okada at the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi-OU) in 2013/2014. During this period, he participated in various projects: \n1.“21st century education” (by Telefonica Foundation) as part of the group COLEARNERS21, \n2.“weSPOT ( working with social personal open technologies for inquiry based learning)”, responsible for the first pilot in Biodiversity in Secondary Schools, \n3.OER & Social Newtorks as part of the Scientific Committee\n\nCorrea is currently a research collaborator of the COLEARN Open Research Network (KMi/OU).\n\nHe is investigating skills and competences for the use of Information and Communication Technologies to science teaching with the COLERNERS21 Group."@en . . . . . . "Visiting Research Student"@en . . "Andre Luis Correa"@en . . . "Description for Charlie Hou"@en . "Charlie Hou's profile document"@en . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's participation in ACQUA"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in Election Debate Visualization"@en . . . . "ajj375" . "The Open University account for Adam Jelley"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in Living Human Digital Library"@en . . . . "Ilaria Tiddi's participation in Pred-Cident"@en . . . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in ELC"@en . "Subtle" . "2004-11-01"^^ . . "Semantic Ubiquitous Technologies for Learning and Exploration"@en . . . . "2005-10-30"^^ . . . "The SUbTLE project builds on the results of two separate EU projects, the work of the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) on the CIPHER project and the work of the Institute of Educational Technology (IET) UserLab on the MOBIlearn project.\n\nOne of the outcomes of the CIPHER project was a set of tools for exploring annotated digital resources. The MOBIlearn project produced a number of models for guiding the design and development of content for mobile learning. The SUbTLE project aims to build on these outcomes in order to produce a set of educational tools for facilitating learning in mobile contexts."@en . "Subtle"@en . . . . "Sofia Angeletou's participation in Watson"@en . "Stadium" . "1995-10-01"^^ . . "Webcasting large-scale live events and on-demand-replays"@en . . . . . . "KMi Stadium is the generic label for a suite of webcasting activities and software tools whose goal is to stage large-scale live events and on-demand-replays, while giving remote participants anywhere on the Internet a sense of 'being there'. It can be used for anything from a management seminar to a public lecture and has been successfully used for the Open University's On the Record Web-Casts. Its use in education is shown by its deployment for IET's Open and Distance Learning courses and Open University Business School seminars."@en . "Stadium"@en . . . . "sjb72" . "The Open University account for Simon Buckingham Shum"@en . . . . "John Domingue on SlideShare"@en . . . "Description for Clara Mancini"@en . "Clara Mancini's profile document"@en . . . "Description for David Castledine"@en . "David Castledine's profile document"@en . . . "Synchronous and asynchronous communication medium"@en . "The Internet Software Visualization Lab (ISVL) allows demonstrations to be staged over the web, providing a rich synchronous and asynchronous communication medium through which student/tutor groups can share and clarify hitherto opaque programming scenarios, even over low bandwidth connections."@en . "Internet Software Visualization Lab (ISVL)" . . . . . . . "Internet Software Visualization Lab (ISVL)"@en . . . . "tdc5" . "The Open University account for Trevor Collins"@en . . . "Description for Dawei Song"@en . "Dawei Song's profile document"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in Compendium"@en . . . . . . . "Marta Sabou's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Jerzy 'Jez' Grzeda"@en . "Jerzy 'Jez' Grzeda's profile document"@en . "Liliana" . "Liliana Cabral" . . . . . . "Cabral" . . . . "I am a researcher and Java developer, interested in modelling and implementing knowledge and semantic based systems for the Web. I am involved in projects concerning the semantic web ."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Liliana Cabral"@en . "Marc" . "Marc Eisenstadt" . . . . . "Eisenstadt" . . . . "I co-Founded KMi in 1994 with Tom Vincent and Kitty Chisholm, served as KMi Director until 2000 and became Chief Scientist until my retirement in 2007. My primary goal was to foster quality learning and social experiences with or without technology. My work interests included very large scale presence via messaging and gaming; social software; knowledge technologies as mediating tools for human interaction; internet mapping and visualization. This work built upon my longer-term interests and background in cognitive science, artificial intelligence, human-computer interaction and novice programming environments. My KMi colleagues and I created a variety of widely-used software environments, tools, and projects including Lyceum, KMi Stadium, BuddySpace, CitiTag and Meetomatic."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Emeritus Professor; KMi Co-Founder and Chief Scientist"@en . . "Marc Eisenstadt"@en . . . "Description for Alex Little"@en . "Alex Little's profile document"@en . . . . "vr2669" . "The Open University account for Vojtech Robotka"@en . "MKSchools.net" . "1997-05-05"^^ . . "Milton Keynes Educational Portal"@en . . . . . . "Wired/wireless: whatever it takes, we are excited by the prospect of helping schools achieve ubiquitous Internet access in order to facilitate creative learning, particularly through original content creation by children. We initiated MKSchools.Net to help local schools attain wireless broadband access, along with suitable filtering and mentoring, in order to kick-start their activities. MKSchools.Net is now a fully managed service delivering broadband wireless and wireline Internet to over 25,000 children in 90 schols in Milton Keynes"@en . "MKSchools.net"@en . . . . "sb34358" . "The Open University account for Stanislav Bagley"@en . . . . . "Gary Li's membership at KMi"@en . "Alessio" . "Alessio Gugliotta" . . . . . "Gugliotta" . . . . "I was a researcher involved in projects concerning application of Semantic Web Service technology in the e-Government field. I am interested in modelling e-Government services by means of Semantic Web Services, adopting the IRS-III approach."@en . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Alessio Gugliotta"@en . "KnowledgeWeb" . "2004-01-01"^^ . . "Ontology technology from Academia to Industry"@en . . . . "2007-12-31"^^ . . . "Knowledge Web is a FP6 Network of Excellence that aims to support the transition of Ontology technology from Academia to Industry. The current consortium is integrated by 18 participants including leading partners in Semantic Web, Multimedia, Human Language Technology, Workflow and Agents."@en . "KnowledgeWeb"@en . . . . . "eb4974" . "The Open University account for Emanuele Di Buccio"@en . . . . "Hong Qing Yu's participation in mEducator"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in Dedalo"@en . . . "Description for Alexander Mikroyannidis"@en . "Alexander Mikroyannidis's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Jacek Kopecky"@en . "Jacek Kopecky's profile document"@en . . . . . "Alexandra Siposova's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in Subtle"@en . "Paul" . "Paul Warren" . . . "Warren" . . . . . "I am interested in understanding the difficulties people experience in creating and using description logic based ontologies, and in using insights from cognitive science to reduce those difficulties. My supervisors are Dr. Paul Mulholland, Dr. Trevor Collins and Prof. Enrico Motta."@en . . . . . . "P-time External PhD Research Student"@en . . "Paul Warren"@en . "Alioune" . "Alioune Ly" . . "Ly" . . . . "I'm working on:\n- Extending an existing open source crawling system to deal with Web APIs (RESTful and RPC-style)\n- Developing new solutions for processing Web pages and identifying features typical of Web APIs description\n- Extracting the main features of Web APIs for their indexing"@en . . . . "Internship"@en . . "Alioune Ly"@en . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in Safety Centre"@en . . . . "m458" . "The Open University account for R Manmatha"@en . . . . . "Anna Kuzilkova's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "cw6926" . "The Open University account for Claudia Wagner"@en . . . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's participation in PowerAqua"@en . . . . "Matthew Rowe's participation in ROBUST"@en . . . . "Alexei Yavlinsky's participation in Multimedia Digital Libraries"@en . . . . . "Victoria Uren's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Charlie Hou's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Petr Knoth's participation in FOSTER"@en . . . "Description for Giuseppe Scavo"@en . "Giuseppe Scavo's profile document"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in MnM"@en . . . . "Peter Whalley's participation in Architectures for scripted media objects"@en . "citischool" . "2001-06-01"^^ . . "Where young people are citizens and citizens are teachers"@en . . . . "2004-05-31"^^ . . . "CitiSchool (The Citizens' School) is an exciting new initiative being pioneered in the UK by Milton Keynes, to support disaffected young people in maintaining their interest in learning, and gaining qualifications. Adapted for the UK from a proven model in the US, some of the city's largest employers (including The Open University, BT, The British Army, and Abbey National) have joined forces to design and deliver Key Skills training to young people truanting or excluded from school, but who nonetheless have demonstrated their desire to learn. Citischool starts in September 2001, in collaboration with the major educational providers and agencies in Milton Keynes.<BR>\n<BR>\nThe Knowledge Media Institute is supporting Citischool by providing the technical infrastructure to manage this "school without walls". Students, mentors, work placement employers, administrators and tutors must communicate and coordinate work across the city, posing unique challenges for traditional systems. This infrastructure is absolutely critical to the project's success, and KMi is adapting and extending in-house Web-based technologies (originally developed for the Millennium funded CLUTCH Project) to help administer Citischool over the Internet."@en . "citischool"@en . . . "@alexmikro (Alexander Mikroyannidis on Twitter)"@en . . . "Description for Paul Alexander"@en . "Paul Alexander's profile document"@en . "UK Aggregation 2" . "2014-07-14"^^ . . "Large scale aggregation of open access research papers"@en . . . . "2015-08-31"^^ . . . "UK Aggregation 2 aims at maintaining the CORE aggregation system developed through a series of projects and currently operated in the Knowledge Media institute, The Open University (OU). UK Aggregation 2 is a follow-on of the UK Aggregation project, which analysed the cost implications and scenarios for running the CORE aggregation system and resulted in the discussions between Jisc and OU about creating a sustainable service to be jointly delivered from July 2015. In addition to basic maintenance, the goals of the project are to continue:\n-\tthe harvesting of metadata and content from repositories\n-\tthe expansion of the supported repositories\n-\tthe serving of the existing CORE applications\n-\tthe integration with existing services in the repository ecosystem\n-\tthe monitoring of the progress of the aggregation activities through a set of benchmarks\n-\tdissemination and promotion of the CORE services towards various target audiences including researchers, developers, text-miners, repository managers, funders, etc.\n\nIn addition, the project aims to provide:\n- the implementation of the Jisc/OU recommendations on branding\n- a new feature offering the UK view on an international aggregation\n- the communication/collaboration with key projects, partners and stakeholders in the area, such as OpenAIRE, as needed or recommended by Jisc to ensure the main use cases around CORE can be or are effectively exploited. \n- a service-ready aggregation solution by the end of the project with the capabilities to support multiple use cases."@en . "UK Aggregation 2"@en . . . . "Mathieu d'Aquin's participation in Listening Experience Database"@en . . . . . "Emanuele Bastianelli's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Inna Novalija's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's participation in Watson"@en . . . . . "ed4565" . "The Open University account for Enrico Daga"@en . . . . "gp3237" . "The Open University account for Gabriela Pavel"@en . . . "Description for Michelle Bachler"@en . "Michelle Bachler's profile document"@en . "Smitashree" . "Smitashree Choudhury" . . "Choudhury" . . . . . . "I am currently working in ReelLives project and led by Harith Alani. Objective of the project is to generate film like documents from Social Web using various technologies besides Semantic Web. Previously I was part of the ROBUST : an EU project on studying and analysing online communities."@en . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Smitashree Choudhury"@en . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum on SlideShare"@en . "Alexandre" . "Alexandre Goncalves" . . "Goncalves" . . . . "I am interested in text mining integrated with ontologies and how this approach can provide solutions to the knowledge discovery area."@en . . . . "Visiting Research Student"@en . . "Alexandre Goncalves"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in University for Industry Observatory"@en . . . . . "Description for Petr Stolar"@en . "Petr Stolar's profile document"@en . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in ROSTRA Live"@en . "COMPOSE" . "2012-11-01"^^ . . "Collaborative Open Market to Place Objects at your Service"@en . . . . "2015-10-31"^^ . . . "The COMPOSE project aims at enabling new services that can seamlessly integrate real and virtual worlds through the convergence of the Internet of Services with the Internet of Things. COMPOSE will achieve this through the provisioning of an open and scalable marketplace infrastructure, in which smart objects are associated to services that can be combined, managed, and integrated in a standardised way to easily and quickly build innovative applications.\n\nThe COMPOSE project builds upon existing European research projects and ongoing standardisation activities to provide a comprehensive marketplace framework that will be able to cover the whole service life cycle by integrating a number of innovative technological enablers in a coherent way. The project will develop novel approaches for virtualising smart objects into services and for managing their interactions. This includes solutions for managing knowledge derivation, for secure and privacy-preserving data aggregation and distribution, and for dynamic service composition advertising and discovering objects' capabilities and service provisioning and monitoring.\n\nThe COMPOSE project is expected to give birth to a new business ecosystem, building on the convergence of the Internet of Services with the Internet of Things and the Internet of Content. The COMPOSE marketplace will allow SMEs and innovators to introduce new Internet of Things-enabled services and applications to the market in a short time and with limited upfront investment. At the same time, COMPOSE will allow major European players in the information and communication industry, particularly cloud service providers and telecommunications companies, to reposition themselves within new Internet of Things-enabled value chains.\n\nThe project has 12 partners, which include the World Wide Web Consortium, IBM, Barcelona Supercomputing Center, and Fraunhofer FOKUS.\n\nThe full list of partners: \n\nIBM http://www.ibm.com/\nCREATE-NET http://www.create-net.org/\nFraunhofer FOKUS http://www.fokus.fraunhofer.de/\nBarcelona Supercomputing Center http://www.bsc.es/\nINNOVA S.p.A http://www.innova-eu.net/\nUniversity of Passau http://www.uni-passau.de/\nU-Hopper http://www.u-hopper.com/\nW3C http://w3.org/\nBarcelona Digital Centre Tecnologic http://www.bdigital.org/\nRETEVISION I S.A http://www.abertistelecom.com/\nEVRYTHNG Limited http://www.evrythng.com/"@en . "COMPOSE"@en . . . . . "David Castledine's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in PlanetData"@en . . . . "Lucia Specia's participation in AKT"@en . . . . "Chris Denham's participation in MSG"@en . . . . . . . . "Ben Hawkridge's participation in Topic Accessed Video"@en . . . "Listening Experience Database" . "2013-01-01"^^ . . "A crowd-sourced linked data resource of documented experiences of listening to music"@en . . . . "2015-12-31"^^ . . . "The Listening Experience Database (LED) project is a collaboration between the Open University and the Royal College of Music. It has been awarded a £0.75m grant over three years from the Arts and Humanities Research Council. \n\nThe main purpose of the project is to collate people’s experiences of listening to music. It will also be used to shed light on a wide range of issues, including musical performance and reception, particularly in relation to the RCM's expertise in Western musical traditions.\n\nThe project focuses on the building of a large database of personal listening experiences, relating to any culture and repertoire up to the present. It looks at sources such as diaries, memoirs, letters and oral history.\n\nLED is entirely managed and published as Linked Data, and reuses data from external sources (including DBpedia, the British National Bibliography and MusicBrainz) as part of its life-cycle."@en . "Listening Experience Database"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in CIPHER"@en . "Maximilian" . "Maximilian Addison" . "Addison" . . . . . . "Work Experience Placement"@en . . "Maximilian Addison"@en . . . . "Jon Linney's participation in FlashVlog"@en . . . . "Dave Lambert's participation in Annomation"@en . . . . "sjgk4" . "The Open University account for Simon Knight"@en . . "Tamara" . "Tamara Sumner" . "Sumner" . . . . "Tamara Sumner is an Assistant Professor with the Center for LifeLong Learning and Design (L3D) at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her research interests include human-computer interaction, design support systems, and educational technology. Lately, she has been applying these interests towards the design of innovative scholarly technologies such as e-journals and digital libraries."@en . . . . "University of Colorado at Boulder"@en . . "Tamara Sumner"@en . . . . "sg4278" . "The Open University account for Stefania Galizia"@en . . . . . "Bassem Makni's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . . "Dong Liu's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Colin Barrett"@en . "Colin Barrett's profile document"@en . . . . "Chris Denham's participation in SimLink"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in SOFI"@en . . . "Description for Isabella Distinto"@en . "Isabella Distinto's profile document"@en . . . "Description for Mathieu d'Aquin"@en . "Mathieu d'Aquin's profile document"@en . . . . . "Chenghua Lin's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Karine Souza's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Petr Kremen's participation in CORE - COnnecting REpositories"@en . . . "Alessandro Adamou on LinkedIn"@en . "Pierre" . "Pierre Grenon" . . "Grenon" . . . . "I was a research associate at the Open University. I worked in the semantic web services group of the Knowledge Media Institute. Most of what I did was to do with ontological engineering and knowledge representation."@en . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Pierre Grenon"@en . . . . . "Rui Zhou's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in ENRICH"@en . . . . . . "Rachel Barnett's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "John Domingue's participation in Internet Reasoning Service (IRS)"@en . . . "Description for John Domingue"@en . "John Domingue's profile document"@en . . . . "Tony Brush's participation in Magpie"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in ReFLEx"@en . . . . "Claudio Baldassarre's participation in Watson"@en . . . . "ak6849" . "The Open University account for Anuj Kumar"@en . . . . "Description for Claudio Baldassarre"@en . "Claudio Baldassarre's profile document"@en . "Lewis" . "Lewis McCann" . . . . . "McCann" . . . . "After ten enjoyable years in KMi I retired at the end of September 2011. \nThe desktop support part of my role in KMi was taken over by Central IT; however that has only been a part of my day to day work.\nI have been your first port of call if you had a problem with your PC,Network,Printer,or anything else that I helped you with before! My background is in electronic design and data transmission, long before the advent of the PC or Bill Gates! I am an IEng,GCGI,MIET,MCP & ECDL. I have experience in Manufacturing, Purchasing, PAYE,VAT,Company Accounting,Help Desk,PC & Server Configuration. In my spare time I research my family history.\nThe KMi has been a great place to end my career of 50 years. May it continue to do great research."@en . . . . . . . . "IT Support"@en . . "Lewis McCann"@en . . . "@cpedrinaci (Carlos Pedrinaci on Twitter)"@en . . . . . "Denilson Sell's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Mathieu d'Aquin's participation in Pred-Cident"@en . . . "Mathieu d'Aquin on SlideShare"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in Annomation"@en . . . . . . "John Domingue's participation in mEducator"@en . . . . . "Claudia Machado's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "rms364" . "The Open University account for Marta Sabou"@en . . . "Description for Ainhoa Llorente"@en . "Ainhoa Llorente's profile document"@en . "Marta" . "Marta Sabou" . . . . . . . . . "Sabou" . . . . "During my time at KMi I focused on building a new generation of applications and tools that exploit the large scale semantic information available online. Within the context of this research line, I investigated methods for ontology selection, ontology evaluation, dynamic ontology matching and background knowledge based relation discovery (Scarlet). I also supervised three PhD's on topics related to this paradigm: multi-ontology question answering (AquaLog), ontology evolution (EVOLVA) and semantic enrichment of folksonomy tagspaces (FLOR)."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Marta Sabou"@en . "Sophie" . "Sophie Wise" . "Wise" . . . . . . . "PA to Director / Snr Project Secretary"@en . . "Sophie Wise"@en . . . . . "dk5588" . "The Open University account for Dominika Koroncziova"@en . . . . . . . "Ben Hawkridge's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Holger Lewen"@en . "Holger Lewen's profile document"@en . "SUPER" . "2006-04-01"^^ . . "Semantics Utilised for Process management within and between EnteRprises"@en . . . . "2009-03-31"^^ . . . "Business Process Management focuses on managing the execution of IT-supported business operations from a business expert's process view rather than from a technical perspective. The underlying motivation for BPM is that organizations need to continuously align their running business processes, as executed within multiple heterogeneous systems, with the required processes as derived from business needs. BPM has gained significant attention in both research and industry, and a range of BPM tools are available. However, the degree of mechanization in BPM is currently very limited. The major obstacle preventing a coherent view on business processes is that the business processes are not accessible to machine reasoning. Additionally, businesses cannot query their process space by logical expressions, e.g. in order to identify activities relevant to comply with regulations.\n\nFounded on ontologies Semantic Web technology provides scalable methods and tools for the machine-readable representation of knowledge. Semantic Web Services (SWS) make use of Semantic Web technology to support the automated discovery, substitution, composition, and execution of software components (Web Services). BPM is a natural application for Semantic Web and SWS technology, because the latter provide large-scale, standardized knowledge representation techniques for executable artefacts. The goal of the project is to combine Semantic Web services and Business Process Management, and develop one consolidated technology.\n\nhttp://www.ip-super.org"@en . "SUPER"@en . . . . . . "res274" . "The Open University account for Rachael Smith"@en . . . "Description for Monia Sannia"@en . "Monia Sannia's profile document"@en . . . . . "Albert Selvin's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Bogdan Kostov"@en . "Bogdan Kostov's profile document"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in NoTube"@en . "David C" . "David C Bradbury" . . . . . . . "Bradbury" . . . . "We would like to express our sorrow at the tragic sudden death of David, in November 2005. David worked with us here for a year from 2003-4, in his words \"building web applications that make use of advances in artifical intelligence to enable the experience of using the web both easier and richer\". \n

\nHis presence in our world will be sadly missed."@en . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "David C Bradbury"@en . . . . . "Nikolaos Nanas's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "sp7443" . "The Open University account for Silvio Peroni"@en . . . . "Trevor Collins's participation in Bletchley Park Text"@en . . . . "Dnyanesh Rajpathak's participation in AKT"@en . "LinkedUp" . "2012-11-01"^^ . . "Linking Web Data for Education Project - Open Challenge in Web-scale Data Integration"@en . . . . "2014-10-31"^^ . . . "LinkedUp aims to push forward the exploitation of the vast amounts of public, open data available on the Web, in particular by educational institutions and organizations.\n\nThis will be achieved by identifying and supporting highly innovative large-scale Web information management applications through an open competition (the LinkedUp Challenge) and dedicated evaluation framework. The vision of the LinkedUp Challenge is to realise personalised university degree-level education of global impact based on open Web data and information. Drawing on the diversity of Web information relevant to education, ranging from Open Educational Resources metadata to the vast body of knowledge offered by the Linked Data approach, this aim requires overcoming substantial challenges related to Web-scale data and information management involving Big Data, such as performance and scalability, interoperability, multilinguality and heterogeneity problems, to offer personalised and accessible education services. Therefore, the LinkedUp Challenge provides a focused scenario to derive challenging requirements, evaluation criteria, benchmarks and thresholds which are reflected in the LinkedUp evaluation framework. Information management solutions have to apply data and learning analytics methods to provide highly personalised and context-aware views on heterogeneous Web data.\n\nBuilding on the strong alliance of institutions with expertise in areas such as open Web data management, data integration and Web-based education, key outcomes of LinkedUp include a general-purpose evaluation framework for Web-data driven applications, a set of quality-assured educational datasets, innovative applications of large-scale Web information management, community-building and clustering crossing public and private sectors and substantial technology transfer of highly innovative Web information management technologies."@en . "LinkedUp"@en . . . . "sw" . "The Open University account for Stuart Watt"@en . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in BuddySpace"@en . . . "Description for Andriy Nikolov"@en . "Andriy Nikolov's profile document"@en . "FORGE" . "2013-10-01"^^ . . "Forging Online Education through FIRE"@en . . . . "2016-09-30"^^ . . . "Forging Online Education through FIRE (FORGE) is a project bringing the FIRE and eLearning worlds together. FORGE will align FIRE (Future Internet Research and Experimentation) with the ongoing education revolution. This project will specify development methodologies and best practices for offering FIRE experimentation facilities to learners and to the learning community in general. FORGE relates to communications and IT, as well as to other disciplines including the physical and social sciences. It will lead to a strong connection between the learning community and existing FIRE platforms and supporting tools.\n\nThe eLearning community will benefit from the use of very high performance facilities, provided as reusable learning solutions. Educators, content providers and students will acquire access to world-class facilities and use them to create and execute scientific experiments. The FIRE eLearning tools and services developed by FORGE, as well as the associated learning materials will be made available as OERs, so that they can be reused and repurposed by the eLearning community for a variety of learning contexts. Finally, FIRE will benefit through the addition of an ever-growing set of FIRE-specific learning materials for an increasing number of FIRE-based students, leading to increased awareness and use. The openness and reusability of FIRE will be promoted to the eLearning community, thus leading to the development of new FIRE facilities and the extension of existing ones in order to address specific learning requirements."@en . "FORGE"@en . "Simon" . "Simon Overell" . . "Overell" . . . . "Simon was a full-time PhD student in information retrieval at the Department of Computing, Imperial College London, in the Multimedia and Information Systems Group, supervised by Prof Stefan Rueger. \n\nHis research augmented the Geographic Information Retrieval process with information extracted from world knowledge. He approached this from three\ndirections: classifying world knowledge, disambiguating placenames and modelling users. Simon finished his PhD thesis http://people.kmi.open.ac.uk/stefan/www-pub/s.overell-phd.pdf Geographic Information Retrieval: Classification, Disambiguation and Modelling, in 2009 and has since joined TrueKnowledge Ltd in Cambridge."@en . . . . . "Visiting Researcher"@en . . "Simon Overell"@en . . . . "tmff2" . "The Open University account for Tracie Farrell Frey"@en . . . "Karine Souza on LinkedIn"@en . "Lenka" . "Lenka Novakova" . . . . "Novakova" . . . . "I was intern in KMi for the summer of 2008 working on Eugene project. I am a PhD student in the Czech Technical university in Prague, Prague, Czech Republic. I am interested in interactive data visualization and ontology driven annotations."@en . . . . . . "Intern"@en . . "Lenka Novakova"@en . . . . . "Nailah Abdullah's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Aitor Gomez-Goiri's participation in WESPOT"@en . . "Ilaria" . "Ilaria Tiddi" . "Tiddi" . . . . . "tdila88" . "I am a full time PhD student working on Semantic Web technologies and Knowledge Discovery. My research focuses on exploiting Linked Data to reveal and explain the unknown behaviour of data. The concerned areas are mostly Linked Data and Knowledge Discovery, but I also work(ed) on Knowledge Interpretation, Data Mining, Machine Learning. Plus, Linguistics and NLP will always be my lovely little follies.\n\nHow did I get to KMi? I earned my Bachelor degree in German Literature and Translation in Rome, and then moved to Paris to study Natural Language Processing. My interest in Semantic Web technologies brought me here."@en . "9e46519c300f7b6321d6d2ab61bdfdb5624fa296"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . "KMi PhD Student Representative"@en . . "Ilaria Tiddi"@en . . . . "ar5994" . "The Open University account for Adam Rae"@en . . . . . "Simon Overell's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Alan Fletcher's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Trevor Collins's participation in Tactile Multimedia"@en . . . . . "Aneta Tumilowicz's membership at KMi"@en . "Tom" . "Tom Heath" . . . . . . . . . . . . "Heath" . . . . "My PhD research focused on using the semantic web to support recommendation-seeking in social networks. Specifically it aimed to: understand how people use word of mouth within their social networks to locate information or explore particular topics; model these processes so they can be replicated in an online environment; build semantic web-based systems that support people in these locating and exploring tasks by making use of their social context."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Student"@en . . "Tom Heath"@en . . . "Alexander Mikroyannidis on LinkedIn"@en . . . . "Enrico Daga's participation in MK:Smart"@en . . . . . "Chris Sanders's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Damian Dadswell's participation in INTENT"@en . "Catalyst" . "2013-10-01"^^ . . "Collective Applied Intelligence and Analytics for Social Innovation: Open Tools Validated in Large-Scale Communities"@en . . . . "2015-09-30"^^ . . . "Public deliberation in complex socio-technical debates is critical, but poorly supported by today’s social media platforms: it is hardly possible for citizens and community managers to quickly grasp the state of a public debate, know where they might best contribute to advance understanding, and effectively identify and pursue socially innovative ideas. \nWithin a Collective Intelligence (CI) Spectrum ranging from Sensing to Collective Action, CATALYST focuses on Contested CI (Sensemaking and Ideation) and aims to develop and test online deliberation tools for human-assisted harvesting and structuring of vast amount of social media data, in order to facilitate collective ideation, creativity and citizen engagement in collective decision-making processes.\n\nIn addition to this CATALYST will develop advanced analytics to measure the quality of the collective intelligence dynamics and feed it back to the community to make the collaborative process significantly more effective – avoid balkanization and groupthink, help identify irrational bias, controversial or immature topics, and facilitate conversation diversity.\n\nCATALYST will deliver an ecosystem of CI tools and services that will augment existing social media platforms with Web-based Annotation tools; Recommenders to help users prioritise attention; Online creativity triggers; Interactive Visualizations, and Social Network and Deliberation Analytics.\n\nCATALYST’s consortium involves world-class researchers, such as The Open University and MIT centre for collective intelligence, and testbed partners, leaders in running international social innovation online networks, providing access to very large communities of citizens concerned with social and environmental practices (Ashoka, Imagination for People, Wikitalia), sustainable lifestyle (CSCP) and more participatory democratic processes (Purpose, Euclid Network).\n\nProject Partners:\n\nSigma Orionis: http://sigma-orionis.com/\nImagination for People: http://imaginationforpeople.org/en/\nThe Open University: http://www.openuniversity.edu/\nUniversitat Zurich: http://www.uzh.ch/index.html\nEuclid Network: http://www.euclidnetwork.eu/\nCSCP: http://www.scp-centre.org/\nPurpose: http://www.purpose.com/\nWikitalia: http://www.wikitalia.it/"@en . "Catalyst"@en . . . . . "Simone Spaccarotella's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Description for Katja Bülow"@en . "Katja Bülow's profile document"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in SportsCoach"@en . . . . "Description for Annika Wolff"@en . "Annika Wolff's profile document"@en . "Stefania" . "Stefania Galizia" . . . . . "Galizia" . . . . "I was a researcher involved in projects concerning the semantic web services. In particular, I am interested in modelling and representing, by ontological descriptions, web services communication."@en . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Stefania Galizia"@en . "Airina" . "Airina Volungeviciene" . "Volungeviciene" . . . . . . "Visiting Researcher"@en . . "Airina Volungeviciene"@en . . . "Description for Anna De Liddo"@en . "Anna De Liddo's profile document"@en . . . . . . "rm33" . "The Open University account for Rebecca McCormack"@en . . . "Aitor" . "Aitor Gomez-Goiri" . "Gomez-Goiri" . . . . . . "4b270d2b782d18d4f38fd4d620bd39061b94b9ef"^^ . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Aitor Gomez-Goiri"@en . . . "@alselvin (Albert Selvin on Twitter)"@en . . . . "Fouad Zablith's participation in Evolva"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in e-Dance"@en . . . . . . "Colin Barrett's participation in CABER"@en . . . "Description for Paul Lefrere"@en . "Paul Lefrere's profile document"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in AKT"@en . "Fatma" . "Fatma Chamekh" . "Chamekh" . . . . . . "Visiting PhD Research Student"@en . . "Fatma Chamekh"@en . . . . "Marta Sabou's participation in Scarlet"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in OpenScout"@en . . . . "bh6" . "The Open University account for Ben Hawkridge"@en . . . . . . "John Domingue's participation in VPH-Share"@en . . . . "Jan Uhlir's participation in CIPHER"@en . . . . "Aneta Tumilowicz's participation in EDSA"@en . "Linked USDL" . . "Linked Unified Service Description Language"@en . . . . . . "Linked USDL aims to better promote and support the use of the Unified Service Description Language (USDL) on the Web. USDL is a platform-neutral language for describing services consolidated from SAP Research projects. The kinds of services targeted for coverage by USDL include human services (e.g., consultancy), business services (e.g. purchase order requisition), software services (e.g., WSDL and RESTful services), infrastructure services (e.g., CPU and storage services), etc."@en . "Linked USDL"@en . . . . "Trevor Collins's participation in Subtle"@en . . . . "dv872" . "The Open University account for Daniel Vila"@en . . . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in KCE"@en . "Matej" . "Matej Koss" . . . . . . . . "Koss" . . . . "I work on the \"Clockwork\" project, implementing software for sharing of simulation models. I am also developing \"Apollo\", a sophisticated knowledge modelling editor."@en . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Matej Koss"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in The Virtual Corporate University"@en . "Minh" . "Minh Dang" . . . . . . "Dang" . . . . "Developing Social Learn web application"@en . . . . . . . . "SocialLearn Web Developer"@en . . "Minh Dang"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in DECIPHER"@en . . . . "se3535" . "The Open University account for Salman Elahi"@en . . . "Description for Jorge Gracia"@en . "Jorge Gracia's profile document"@en . . . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in Prolearn"@en . . . . "tg2684" . "The Open University account for Takayuki Goto"@en . "Trevor" . "Trevor Collins" . . . . . "Collins" . . . . "I am interested in the development and use of technology to support\nlearning and discovery. Current areas of involvement include museum learning and fieldwork."@en . "7f3833196e34aa383a4a30f2c6efe149de887918"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Trevor Collins"@en . . . . . . "Ben Hawkridge's participation in iTunes U"@en . . . . "Victoria Uren's participation in Magpie"@en . . . "Maria" . "Maria Macintyre" . . . . "Macintyre" . . . . "I've been involved in health services research prior to joing KMi.\nMy background is in Health Psychology and Sociology research and my PhD project reflects this by exploring the impact of information and communication technologies on the health service user and the health service provider, and the delivery of patient care."@en . . . . . . . "Research Student"@en . . "Maria Macintyre"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in RichODL"@en . . . . "kt2996" . "The Open University account for Keerthi Thomas"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in TELL-ME"@en . . . "Description for Marta Sabou"@en . "Marta Sabou's profile document"@en . . . . "gg3964" . "The Open University account for George Gkotsis"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in OntoWeaver"@en . . . . "lc2676" . "The Open University account for Liliana Cabral"@en . "Martin" . "Martin Hlosta" . . . "Hlosta" . . . . . "In KMi, I work on OU Analyse Project, which is focused on improving student retention at Open University using machine learning techniques."@en . "521ad1f4979c58615eed5f955ba926fe5a1a69fd"^^ . . . . . . . . . . "Research Assistant"@en . . "Martin Hlosta"@en . "Luis" . "Luis Marco-Ruiz" . . . . . . . "Marco-Ruiz" . . . . "I am a visiting PhD student at KMI. I work for the Norwegian Centre of Integrated Care and Telemedicine and I focus my research in the interoperability of clinical decision support systems using clinical information standards and semantic web technologies. The aim of my research is to enable the implementation of clinical guidelines as executable artifacts that can be shared among different health information systems."@en . . . . . . . . . "Visiting PhD Student"@en . . "Luis Marco-Ruiz"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in TINY-IN"@en . . . . "hqy2" . "The Open University account for Hong Qing Yu"@en . "Hassan" . "Hassan Saif" . . . . . . . "Saif" . . . . "Staano" . . . "I joined KMI as a PhD student in April 2011. My research interests are in the areas of sentiment analysis, opinion mining, natural language processing, information extraction, and machine learning. \n\nMy current research project focuses on sentiment analysis of microblogs as apart of the EU FP7 integrated project “Robust” which aims to develop a highly scalable platform enabling trustworthy and timely information services in an ecosystem of online business communities. Robust involves academic and industrial partners including IBM and SAP."@en . "2932a02e683e3f1ea4583452f5e57508aac2e481"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Hassan Saif"@en . . . . "jpg337" . "The Open University account for Julian Gilbert"@en . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's participation in Semantic Blogging"@en . . . "Semantic Blogging" . "2004-10-01"^^ . . "Link blog entries with meaningful relations (such as 'agree', 'disagree') instead of just plain link"@en . . . . . . "We are investigating Web Logs ('blogs') as a new paradigm for distributed knowledge construction and sensemaking, whether for Open University students, or communities of interest of any sort. Our interest in Semantic Blogging flows from ongoing research themes in KMi on hypermedia discourse and social software.\n\nSemantic Blogging is for us an intruiging convergence of practices and tools which could help us address long-standing challenges and themes in Knowledge Media: \n\nHow can we support distributed sensemaking and argumentation with tools that are both intuitive enough to be quickly learnt, flexible enough for widespread adoption in everyday work, but provide enough semantics for computational support? \n\nHow can human-generated narrative co-exist and synergise with computational-semantics to create hybrid layers of meaning? \n\nHow do people adopt, break, customize and share metadata schemes? \n\nHow can we provide summaries and filters over complex networks of interweaving commentary and inter-document connection?"@en . "Semantic Blogging"@en . . . . . . . . "em5" . "The Open University account for Enrico Motta"@en . . . . "ajb265" . "The Open University account for Tony Brush"@en . "Entity Relation Discovery and Semantic Search" . . "Entity based semantic search and knowledge management"@en . . . . "This project is funded in part by IBM through an IBM 2006 UIMA (Unstructured Information Management Framework) Innovation Award. It aims to develop novel and effective mechanisms to discover associations between automatically extracted named entities from text documents. The discovered associations can be used to support user's entity based semantic search and knowledge management."@en . "Entity Relation Discovery and Semantic Search"@en . "Keerthi" . "Keerthi Thomas" . "Thomas" . . . . "I research privacy and data protection for big data generated by smart city technologies. In particular, my research focuses on architecture for automated privacy rights management in a smart city data hub (http://www.mksmart.org). As my research interests lay in both the problem and solution spaces, I aim to translate problem knowledge into innovative designs and engineer practical solutions. From a software engineering perspective, I look at how software engineers might be benefited in exploiting the use of privacy enhancing technologies in their system design.\n\nAs an Associate Lecturer at The Open University I tutor an undergraduate module in Computer Science - 'M269: Algorithms, data structures and computability'. \n\nBefore completing a PhD in Software Engineering from the OU in 2013, I worked in the industry as a Software Engineer / Systems Analyst for 10 years."@en . "33b959413ed9e345a4deaeaa0df7e5c2fb418732"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Keerthi Thomas"@en . . . "Description for Rui Zhou"@en . "Rui Zhou's profile document"@en . . . . "Description for Alexandra Siposova"@en . "Alexandra Siposova's profile document"@en . . . "@gkotsis (George Gkotsis on Twitter)"@en . . . . . . "Stuart Watt's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in Cititag"@en . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's participation in VPH-Share"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in DOT.KOM"@en . "AKT" . "2000-10-01"^^ . . "Advanced Knowledge Technologies"@en . . . . "2006-09-30"^^ . . . "The AKT project aims to develop the next generation of knowledge technologies to support organizational knowledge management. AKT will look at all aspects of knowledge management from acquiring and maintaining knowledge to publishing and sharing it. We intend to address all these closely related issues in an integrated approach, making use of recent developments in artificial intelligence, psychology, linguistics, multimedia and Internet technology. The AKT consortium comprises five UK universities and is funded by a 7M GBP, 6-year EPSRC grant in the context of the Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations programme."@en . "AKT"@en . . . . . "tv888888" . "The Open University account for Tom Vincent"@en . . . . "Anna De Liddo's participation in Engage"@en . "João" . "João Magalhães" . . "Magalhães" . . . . "João was a full-time PhD student in information retrieval at the\nDepartment of Computing, Imperial College London, in the Multimedia and\nInformation Systems Group, supervised by Prof Stefan Rueger. \n\nHis PhD thesis http://people.kmi.open.ac.uk/stefan/www-pub/j.magalhaes-phd.pdf Statistical models for semantic-multimedia information retrieval, published in 2008, has improved multimedia search by exploring semantic-multimedia analysis through two complementary search paradigms: (1) search-by-keyword and (2) search-by-semantic-example. After his PhD studies João joined Instituto Superior de Engenharia de Lisboa (ISEL), Portugal, as Adjunct Professor."@en . . . . "Visiting Researcher"@en . . "João Magalhães"@en . . . . "do2834" . "The Open University account for Dan Ordish"@en . "Blues Engine" . . "Web based instrument emulator"@en . . . . "Conceptualised as a layered virtual instrument, the Blues Engine is a web based instrument emulator designed to allow children to explore different patterns of blues rhythms, and then take the lead with their own guitar 'licks'. The Blues Engine can be pre configured by exercises in the web pages, and makes use of either the computer's MIDI sounds or an external sampler. In the latter case more complex chord patterns can be developed from the sampled notes of three different saxophones."@en . "Blues Engine"@en . "ECOSENSUS" . . "Electronic/Ecological Collaborative Sensemaking Support System"@en . . . . . . "ECOSENSUS is investigating the sociotechnical issues around developing collaboration tools for participatory environmental decision making amongst (a) marginalised natural resource users in Guyana, (b) professional 'experts' from different countries, and (c) key decision makers associated with managing ecosystems. A secondary activity is to produce open content learning resources to train students to facilitate such forms of distributed environmental decision making."@en . "ECOSENSUS"@en . "Simona" . "Simona Colucci" . . . . . . "Colucci" . . . . "I am a Ph.D student in Information Technology Engineering at Politecnico di Bari, Italy. My Ph.D is about semantic-based matching of individual profiles and design of Description Logics based algorithms and frameworks for the assignment of individuals to tasks. I am currently designing an ontology for individual profile matching tasks by taking the classification problem solving approach proposed for Ibrow project"@en . . . . . . . . "Intern"@en . . "Simona Colucci"@en . . . . "jez07" . "The Open University account for Jerzy 'Jez' Grzeda"@en . . . . "Vlad Tanasescu's participation in Internet Reasoning Service (IRS)"@en . . . "Description for Salman Elahi"@en . "Salman Elahi's profile document"@en . . . . "Victoria Uren's participation in PowerAqua"@en . . . . "Julia Kantorovitch's participation in MK:Smart"@en . . . "Visualise where accident happen"@en . "Pred-Cident shows and predict where accidents are most likely to happen based on previous history of accidents. Relying on data from police reports of accidents, Pred-Cident calculates the areas that have a higher probability that an accident might happen at a certain time of the week. This makes it possible to find interesting phenomena, such as the impact of certain recurring events or of particular types of places (schools, stadiums) on accidents, as well as to see how behaviours of drivers vary with time."@en . "Pred-Cident" . . . . . . . "2014-02-15"^^ . "Pred-Cident"@en . . . . "cmd4" . "The Open University account for Chris Denham"@en . . . "Description for Camilo Thorne"@en . "Camilo Thorne's profile document"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in Games"@en . . . . "wl95" . "The Open University account for Wenjin Lu"@en . . . . . . . "R Manmatha's membership at KMi"@en . "Sofia" . "Sofia Angeletou" . . . . . "Angeletou" . . . . "I started my PhD in KMi in October 2006. \n\nI am interested in applications integrating the Web2.0 content with the Semantic Web structure. My research explores folksonomies, and ways to enrich them with semantics in order to enhance their content retrieval through searching and browsing.\n\nMy supervision team consisted of Dr. Marta Sabou, Prof. Enrico Motta and Dr. Lucia Specia. I was also a member of the NeOn working group.\n\nFolksonomies: \nhttp://www.vanderwal.net/folksonomy.html\nOntologies: \nhttp://www-ksl.stanford.edu/kst/what-is-an-ontology.html"@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Sofia Angeletou"@en . "Shuangyan" . "Shuangyan Liu" . "Liu" . . . . "Shuangyan Liu is a research associate in KMi. She is working on the MK:Smart project (http://www.mksmart.org/). The overall goal of the MK:Smart project is to establish a datahub for the city of Milton Keynes. The datahub aims to collect a variety of data (energy, transport, water, open government data, statistic data etc.) from different data sources and provide them to application developers. The significance of this datahub lies in providing a single-point access to integrated data of Milton Keynes city and reducing the efforts of developers who need to use multiple data sources in their applications."@en . "32a55efe198163ce4dd3bb5f7d30fc1a7f9b16d1"^^ . . . . . . . . "Research Associate (Data Architectures)"@en . . "Shuangyan Liu"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in MIAKT"@en . . . . . "Drahomira Herrmannova's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in CIPHER"@en . . . . . "Description for Neil Benn"@en . "Neil Benn's profile document"@en . . . . "ag4685" . "The Open University account for Alessio Gugliotta"@en . . . . "mm22469" . "The Open University account for Martin Memmel"@en . . . . "Jacek Kopecky's participation in COMPOSE"@en . "Engage" . "2014-01-01"^^ . . "Equipping the Next Generation for Active Engagement in Science"@en . . . . "2016-12-31"^^ . . . "The ENGAGE project is part of the EU Science in society agenda to promote more Responsible Research and Innovation’ (RRI).\n\nENGAGE is about equipping the next generation to participate in scientific issues to change how science is taught. Traditionally students gain an image of science as a body of content, whereas RRI deals with uncertain areas of knowledge, where values and argument matter as much as facts. This shift is hugely challenging.\n\nENGAGE focuses on a more inquiry-based methodology, which gives students opportunity for self-expression and responsibility for coming to informed decisions."@en . "Engage"@en . "Wenjin" . "Wenjin Lu" . "Lu" . . . . "My research at KMi involved logic programming, non-monotonic reasoning, formal method and knowledge-based systems. Whilst in the lab I worked on the IBROW project which aims at developing an intelligent broker to configure a knowledge-based system from software components distributed over the World-Wide-Web."@en . . . . "Dept Computing, City University London"@en . . "Wenjin Lu"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in The KMi semantic web"@en . . . . "it2363" . "The Open University account for Ilaria Tiddi"@en . . . . "Jiri Komzak's participation in ELeGI"@en . . . . "Marta Sabou's participation in Watson"@en . . . . . . "Marta Sabou's participation in AKT"@en . . . . . . . . . "Simon Buckingham Shum's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Duygu Bektik"@en . "Duygu Bektik's profile document"@en . . . . "Lukas Trejtnar's participation in Clockwork"@en . . . . "Fouad Zablith's participation in PowerMagpie"@en . "calc a little, learn a lot."@en . "cRunch is a service and an infrastructure for computationally-intense learning analytics. It supports researchers in munching away the data points, generated by learners online in the co-construction of knowledge. cRunch supports learners, faculty, and administration with living reports, created live from data.\n\ncRunch currently has three components: the studio, the reports plus services, and the sharing facilities. The studio is a browser-based work space for exploratory data programming. It uses the simple to learn statistical programming language R – for data manipulation – and a wiki-like markup language called ‘markdown’ – for the reports. cRunch reprots, however, are more than just text. We even call them ‘living documents’, as in addition to static text they also access live data executing live analytical scripts. cRunch services are kind of more complex reports, some of them intended for other machines rather than humans. The sharing facilities are the interface to the world. They help the community to remix, recycle, re-purpose data and code."@en . "cRunch" . . . . . . . "cRunch"@en . . . . "zw357" . "The Open University account for Zhongyu Wei"@en . . . . . "Jon Linney's participation in FirstFlight"@en . . . . "Stefan Rueger's participation in DRESS"@en . . . . . "Angelo Antonio Salatino's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Alexandra Okada on LinkedIn"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in ScholOnto"@en . . . . . "Nancy Pontika's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "David C Bradbury's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . . "Description for Dan Ordish"@en . "Dan Ordish's profile document"@en . . . . . . . "Michele Pasin's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in Ibrow"@en . . . . . "Francesco Osborne's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Elizabeth Cano's participation in MK:Smart"@en . . . "Description for Fouad Zablith"@en . "Fouad Zablith's profile document"@en . "PlanetData" . "2011-10-01"^^ . . "Large-Scale Data Management"@en . . . . "2012-09-30"^^ . . . "The PlanetData Network of Excellence aims to establish an interdisciplinary, sustainable European community of researchers, helping organizations to expose their data on the Web in a useful way, by conducting interdisciplinary research on\n — the Web&#8208;friendly representation, robust integration, and scalable transmission, processing, and management of stream&#8208;like data, such as sensors, news stories, and microblog entries;\n — the assessment and improvement of the quality of large open data sets of various modalities, and the augmentation of these data sets with self&#8208;descriptive metadata giving an account of quality and contextual aspects; and\n — the accountable usage of Web&#8208;based data sets taking into consideration provenance, privacy, trust, and access rights.\n\nKMI has a sub-project in PlanetData, called ParkMe: Linked Open Parking Data, which works on a mobile and Web application that combines geographic data and parking space information with user location, social networks and other data sources in order to let its users conveniently find parking and related value-add services when coming to work or driving into town."@en . "PlanetData"@en . . . "Lara Piccolo on LinkedIn"@en . . . . . "Emanuele Di Buccio's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Chris Denham's participation in Vague Query Responder"@en . . "Lucie" . "Lucie Matusova" . "Matusova" . . . . . . "Internship"@en . . "Lucie Matusova"@en . . . . . "Mariano Fernandez Lopez's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "rab572" . "The Open University account for Robbie Bays"@en . "Stanislav" . "Stanislav Bagley" . "Bagley" . . . . . . "PhD Research Student"@en . . "Stanislav Bagley"@en . . . . "Michelle Bachler's participation in MEMETIC"@en . . . . . . . . "Allan Third's membership at KMi"@en . "Cristian" . "Cristian Barladeanu" . "Barladeanu" . . . . . . "Consultant"@en . . "Cristian Barladeanu"@en . . . . . "Lara Piccolo's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in CORE - COnnecting REpositories"@en . . . "Charlie" . "Charlie Hou" . . . . . . . "Hou" . . . . "My research focused on how to make a negotiation software agent predict, learn and better respond to opponent's behaviour in negotiation. To be applicable to negotiations in real world, this learning approach tries to make less assumptions about the opponent, and makes use of only the opponent's previous offers to predict their behaviour and respond with appropriate offers, in order to get better share in the final deal or agreement."@en . . . . . . . . . "Part Time Student"@en . . "Charlie Hou"@en . . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in Hank"@en . . . . . "mk6353" . "The Open University account for Magdalena Krygielova"@en . . . "@hyacy (Dong Liu on Twitter)"@en . . . . . "Jen Williams's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Dominika Koroncziova"@en . "Dominika Koroncziova's profile document"@en . . . . "dgd54" . "The Open University account for Dileep Damle"@en . . . . "Aitor Gomez-Goiri's participation in PT Anywhere"@en . "Heliomar" . "Heliomar Lima" . "Lima" . . . . "Dr. Heliomar Lima holds a Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral Degree in electronic engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ). He is a postdoctoral researcher at the ePlanning Lab at the University of Lisbon was well as at the Knowledge Media Institute (KMi-OU) in 2014 under the supervision of Dr. Okada. \n\nHe is currently a participant of the COLEARN Open Research Network (KMi/OU). His research interests comprise the areas of ICT for improving social development and participatory citizenship. \n\nDr. Lima also holds large experience in electric engineering with emphasis on telecommunication systems such as satellite data communication, performance analysis, communication error and protocol recuperation, connectivity solutions for rural areas and digital inclusion.\n\nHis publications comprises several journal and conferences papers disseminated in both national and international events."@en . . . "Visiting Consultant of FAO"@en . . "Heliomar Lima"@en . . . . "Victoria Uren's participation in SemSearch"@en . . . . "jbd2" . "The Open University account for John Domingue"@en . "JIME" . . "Journal of Interactive Media in Education"@en . . . . . "Initiated in the relatively early days of the Web (1996), JIME set out to foster a multidisciplinary and intellectually rigorous debate on the theoretical and practical aspects of interactive media in education, through exploiting the interactive properties of the Web for peer review and non-textual material. \n\nThrough its innovative use of interactive Internet-based media, JIME served as an action research project which explored the changing face of journals, and more broadly, scholarly practice in the age of digital publishing and communication. \n\nJIME is widely cited as a pioneering example of an 'internet-native' e-journal. The Co-Founders/General Editors were Diana Laurillard, Simon Buckingham Shum and Tamara Sumner. In 2004 editorship passed to OU colleagues Josie Taylor and Patrick McAndrew in the Institute of Educational Technology.\n\nKMi's research into the future of scholarly communication continued with the Scholarly Ontologies project, and then with Cohere. See this 2011 news story to show how this work was one strand in a convergence of work which anticipated the major shifts in scholarly communication now taking place: http://news.kmi.open.ac.uk/11/1267\n\nThe associated document-discourse publishing platform called D3E (http://kmi.open.ac.uk/technologies/name/d3e) was released open source, and integrated as part of the influential ePrints.org archiving platform, which helped to catalyse the open archiving of scholarly publications by academic institutions. The Open University's Open Research Online (ORO) uses ePrints. \n\nKey research publications on JIME:\n\nSumner, T. and Buckingham Shum, S. (1998). From Documents to Discourse: Shifting Conceptions of Scholarly Publishing (1998). In Proc. CHI 98: Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM Press: NY. http://kmi.open.ac.uk/publications/techreport/kmi-97-19\n\nSumner, T., Buckingham Shum, S., Wright, M., Bonnardel, N., & Chevalier, A. (2000). Redesigning the Peer Review Process: A Developmental Theory-in-Action. Proc. COOP 2000, Fourth International Conference on the Design of Cooperative Systems, Sophia Antipolis. http://kmi.open.ac.uk/publications/techreport/kmi-00-12\n\nBuckingham Shum, S. and Sumner, T. (2001). JIME: An Interactive Journal for Interactive Media. First Monday, 6, (2), Feb. 2001: http://firstmonday.org/htbin/cgiwrap/bin/ojs/index.php/fm/article/view/836\nReprinted in Learned Publishing, Volume 14, Number 4, 1 October 2001 , pp. 273-285(13): http://bit.ly/rhIcL3\n\nSumner, Tamara; Buckingham Shum, Simon and Yates, Simeon (2003). Interactive peer review in the Journal of Interactive Media in Education: processes, tools, and techniques for managing persistent discourse. In: Jones, Wayne ed. E-serials: Publishers, Libraries, Users, and Standards (2nd ed.). Haworth Series in Serials and Continuing Resources. Binghamton, NY: The Hawthorn Information Press, pp. 197–216. http://oro.open.ac.uk/28682"@en . "JIME"@en . "Neil" . "Neil Benn" . . . . . . . . "Benn" . . . . "I was in KMi from November 2002 to November 2010, first as a PhD student then as a researcher in the Semantic Web Services group headed by John Domingue. Projects I have been affiliated with are: Scholarly Ontologies (ScholOnto), LUISA, Living Human Digital Library (LHDL), NoTube, Service Web 3.0, and mEducator.\n\nQuick personal background: Originally I am from the lovely island of Barbados and I came to the (also lovely) island of Great Britain in 2001 where I spent a year in the lovely city of York before coming to the lovely (tongue in cheek) city of Milton Keynes. I have now moved to the lovely city of Leeds. And I swear 'lovely' isn't the only adjective I know.\n\nLovely, now back to work."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Neil Benn"@en . . . . . "Description for Trung Huynh"@en . "Trung Huynh's profile document"@en . "Bassem" . "Bassem Makni" . . . . . . "Makni" . . . . "I was working on semantifying the TV by bonding the Semantic Web and the Internet TV worlds. My PhD was supervised by Prof. John Domingue and Dr. Stefan Dietze and was part of the NoTube project. My research interests include Semantic Web, Semantic Web services, Internet TV, Linked Data and Personalisation."@en . . . . . . . . "Research Student"@en . . "Bassem Makni"@en . . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in SocialLearn"@en . . . . . "John Domingue's participation in OntoWeaver"@en . . . . "Description for Jack Park"@en . "Jack Park's profile document"@en . . . . "Alexander Mikroyannidis's participation in FlashMeeting Technology"@en . . . "Description for Haiming Liu"@en . "Haiming Liu's profile document"@en . "Kosmas" . "Kosmas Stampoulidis" . "Stampoulidis" . . . . . . "PhD Research Student"@en . . "Kosmas Stampoulidis"@en . . . . "crlr4" . "The Open University account for Cintia Rabello"@en . "Thanh" . "Thanh Le" . "Le" . . . . . . "SocialLearn Technical Developer"@en . . "Thanh Le"@en . . . . "Aneta Tumilowicz's participation in NeOn"@en . "Celestina" . "Celestina Banjo" . "Banjo" . . . . . . "Part-time KMi Clerk"@en . . "Celestina Banjo"@en . . . . "Tom Heath's participation in Open Guide to Milton Keynes"@en . . . "Description for Ivana Quinto"@en . "Ivana Quinto's profile document"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in SWEET"@en . . . "Description for Alioune Ly"@en . "Alioune Ly's profile document"@en . . . "Fridolin Wild on LinkedIn"@en . . . . . "Suzanne Little's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Naveed Anwar's membership at KMi"@en . "LOTED" . . "Linked Open Tenders Electronic Daily"@en . . . . . . "The world of procurements and eProcurement generates daily large amounts of data, that represent knowledge of great economical value both for individual companies and for public organisations wishing to achieve a better understanding of a given market. However, such data remains diffcult to explore and analyze as it is being kept isolated from other sources of knowledge, in dedicated systems. LOTED is an ongoing work on extracting and linking data from the European Tenders Electronic Daily system, which publishes approximately 1,500 tenders five times a week. Information is dynamically extracted and linked to external datasets, and links are created to enrich the original data, introducing new perspectives to its analysis."@en . "LOTED"@en . . . . "Laurian Gridinoc's participation in Watson"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in WebOnto"@en . . . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in AquaLog"@en . . . . "Jon Linney's participation in Open Sensemaking Communities"@en . . . . "Kate Dungate's participation in MK:Smart"@en . . . . . "@ThomasUllmann (Thomas Ullmann on Twitter)"@en . . . "Camilo" . "Camilo Thorne" . . . . "Thorne" . . . . "I'm working on ontology validation within the CORDER project. My interests run on areas such as knowledge representation logics and formal grammars (master thesis on categorial grammars) and on how these model knowledge contained in corpora."@en . . . . . . "Intern"@en . . "Camilo Thorne"@en . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's participation in iServe"@en . . . "Description for Lewis McCann"@en . "Lewis McCann's profile document"@en . "Ning" . "Ning Li" . . . . "Li" . . . . "My research interest in KMi is mainly concerned with Semantic Web and Semantic Web Service. In particular, I have worked in the NeOn project on the aspects of ontology summarization and its evaluation, ontology summarized visualisation and navigation. In SmartProduct project, I have investigated the performance of rule-based reasoning on small devices. I having been working on providing invocation supports for generic Web APIs in the context of SOA4All project and mEducator project. I am currently working on SEALs project for supporting large-scale evaluation of Semantic Web Service technologies."@en . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Ning Li"@en . . . "Description for Silvio Peroni"@en . "Silvio Peroni's profile document"@en . . . "@sjgknight (Simon Knight on Twitter)"@en . . . . . . "Lucas Anastasiou's participation in UK Aggregation 2"@en . . . . . "Bogdan Kostov's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Paul Hogan's participation in TELL-ME"@en . "SOA4All" . "2008-03-01"^^ . . "Creating a Web of Billions of Services"@en . . . . "2011-02-28"^^ . . . "SOA4All is an Integrated Project under the European Commission's 7th Framework Programme. The SOA4All consortium - comprising 17 leading partner institutions from academia and industry - aims at improving the state of the art in Service-oriented Architectures to enable the service-oriented paradigm to be deployed on a web-scale. These ambitious goal will be achieved by integrating and enhancing existing Web 2.0, Semantic Web, and SOA technologies, leveraging current service oriented infrastructures to a Web of Billions of Services."@en . "SOA4All"@en . . . "Eurogene" . "2007-10-01"^^ . . "The first Pan-European Learning Service in the Field of Genetics"@en . . . . "2010-09-30"^^ . . . "EuroGene is a European Commission supported e-ContentPlus project concerned with providing high quality semantically enriched educational content in genetics. The objective of the EUROGENE project is to migrate toward the more efficient development of high quality didactic material on genetics through the guided editing and assembly of educational packages based on the IMS learning design metadata framework and the sharing of different types of learning objects between content owners, in 14 languages. The EuroGene consortium brings together16 partners in the field of genetics from 11 different countries.\n\nThe primary role of KMI within EuroGene is to apply tools and methods for content annotation, content authoring and assembly and the navigation different learning pathways through the available content."@en . "Eurogene"@en . . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in Seen and Heard"@en . . . . "Jon Linney's participation in The Virtual Corporate University"@en . "Ibrow" . "2000-02-01"^^ . . "An Intelligent Brokering Service forKnowledge-Component Reuse onthe World-Wide Web"@en . . . . "2003-01-31"^^ . . . "The IBROW-3 project is developing an intelligent broker, which will make it possible to configure a knowledge-based system from software components distributed over the World-Wide-Web. This project builds on our previous work on reusable ontologies and problem solving methods."@en . "Ibrow"@en . . . . "Petr Knoth's participation in Eurogene"@en . . . . . "mvv6" . "The Open University account for Maria Vargas-Vera"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in ENRICH"@en . "Web based news server, which facilitates lab-related items of interest in KMi to a wider community"@en . "The use of KMi Planet on a day-to-day basis has highlighted a number of knowledge management issues: how to provide semantic search and knowledge retrieval facilities in an effective and sustainable way; how best to provide individualised presentations and news alerts; how best to emulate the behaviour of a newsroom team. To address these challenges we have developed an integrated suite of tools, which is called PlanetOnto. These tools allow ontology-driven document formalization and augment standard browsing and search facilities with deductive knowledge retrieval. In addition, the PlanetOnto architecture includes specialized agents, which provide personalised news feeds and alerts and can proactively identify potentially interesting news items."@en . "PlanetOnto" . . . . . . . "PlanetOnto"@en . . . . "cmh296" . "The Open University account for Charlie Hou"@en . . . . "Dave Lambert's participation in Living Human Digital Library"@en . "Anu" . "Anu Simon" . "Simon" . . . . . . "SocialLearn Web Developer"@en . . "Anu Simon"@en . . . . . . "Jacek Kopecky's participation in EUCLID"@en . . . . "Harriett Cornish's participation in KICS"@en . . . . "Mathieu d'Aquin's participation in Dedalo"@en . . . . "Thomas Ullmann's participation in Mupple"@en . . . . . . . . . . . "Alioune Ly's membership at KMi"@en . "Paul" . "Paul Mulholland" . . . . . . . "Mulholland" . . . . "Research interests include collaborative learning, knowledge modelling and management, end-user programming environments, software visualization and cognitive modelling."@en . "363c103e6bfee6b61b2e76b2d925b309828a57da"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Paul Mulholland"@en . . . . . "Elia Tomadaki's membership at KMi"@en . . . "@johndmk (John Domingue on Twitter)"@en . . . . . "ms9437" . "The Open University account for Monia Sannia"@en . . . . . "Muhammad Arshad's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Jon Linney's participation in Safety Centre"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in LTfLL"@en . "TINY-IN" . "2002-03-01"^^ . . "True Interactivity for Young Viewers of Virtual Broadcast Content via Intelligent Interfaces"@en . . . . "2005-04-30"^^ . . . "TINY-IN is a two year EPSRC DTI LINK funded project that started in August 2002. Our overall research objective is to investigate how an interactive narrative engine could create coherent and engaging experiences by intelligently recombining content developed for broadcast. As a test case, we are using characters, scenarios and contexts based on the "Tiny Planets" 3D computer animation TV series produced by Pepper's Ghost Productions and shown on Children?s ITV. Through this approach we aim to develop new exciting types of interactive 'television' material that provide a richer experience for young children at a significantly lower production cost."@en . "TINY-IN"@en . . . "Cognitive Modelling Environment"@en . "Hank is a new cognitive modelling language designed for use on the Open University's Cognitive Psychology course-D309. In order to make Hank simple to learn and use, it is based upon a combination of grid views, rather like spreadsheets, and flow charts, along with state-of-the-art software visualization technology.\n\nThis software has been entirely developed within KMi and is an innovative approach to the problems presented by introducing cognitive modelling techniques to psychologists without the need to learn a programming language."@en . "Hank" . . . . . . . "Hank"@en . "TELMAP" . "2010-10-01"^^ . . "Future gazing TEL: the roadmap for the unknown Learning landscape"@en . . . . "2013-03-31"^^ . . . "TEL-Map is a Coordination and Support Action funded by the European Commission under the Technology-Enhanced Learning programme. It focuses on exploratory / roadmapping activities for fundamentally new forms of learning to support the adoption of those new forms, via awareness building and knowledge management on the results of EU RTD projects in TEL and socio-economic evaluations in education."@en . "TELMAP"@en . . . . "Albert Selvin's participation in CoAKTinG"@en . "A semantically-enhanced web browser"@en . "PowerMagpie is a new generation semantically-enhanced web browser, which is able to dynamically identify and bring into a web browsing session any available semantic markup, which can be found on the Semantic Web.\n\nIn contrast with previous systems, such as Magpie, which can only use information from a specific, pre-selected ontology, PowerMagpie accesses the whole of the Semantic Web through the Watson gateway and intelligently selects and presents to the user relevant information, drawn from millions of existing semantic web documents.\n\nAs a result, PowerMagpie avoids the brittleness of earlier semantic browsers and defines a novel, very powerful approach to web browsing in the age of the Semantic Web."@en . "PowerMagpie" . . . . . . . "2006-10-01"^^ . "PowerMagpie"@en . . . . "jcj222" . "The Open University account for Jen Williams"@en . . . . . "Fridolin Wild's membership at KMi"@en . "Stuart" . "Stuart Watt" . "Watt" . . . . "My intelligent agent Luigi acts as a personal assistant to arrange meetings via e-mail and the web. I am currently exploring a number of other personal agent applications. \n\nNow at School of Computing, The Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland"@en . . . . . . . . "The Robert Gordon University, Scotland"@en . . "Stuart Watt"@en . "Zhongyu" . "Zhongyu Wei" . "Wei" . . . . . . "Internship"@en . . "Zhongyu Wei"@en . "OpenLearn" . . "Open Content Initiative"@en . . . . . . "OpenLearn is the University's Open Content initiative, making educational resources freely available on the Internet, with state of the art learning support and collaboration tools to connect learners and educators.\n\nHow OpenLearn started\n\nThe OpenLearn story started in 2005 with a grant from The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation (http://www.hewlett.org/). Sharing our aim to open access to education for all, they agreed to help us set up the OpenLearn website. \n\nSince 1969, The Open University has been a pioneer in making learning materials freely available through its successful partnership with the BBC. Many of our television and radio programmes are already supported by free internet activities and print materials. We wanted to use our knowledge of the latest technologies in education to extend our mission to be open to people, places, methods and ideas. The vision was free online education.\n\nWebsite development began in May 2006 and the site was launched in October 2006, with an aim to regularly add new content and features. OpenLearn now offers a full range of Open University subject areas from access to postgraduate level and has seen over 3 million visitors since launch. In April 2008 OpenLearn reached its target to have 5,400 learning hours of content in the LearningSpace (http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/) and 8100 hours in the LabSpace (http://openlearn.open.ac.uk/). It continues to grow representing The Open University's commitment to opening access to education."@en . "OpenLearn"@en . . . . "Brian Pluss's participation in Election Debate Visualization"@en . "INTENT" . "2011-10-01"^^ . . "Managing inter-cultural collaboration for language learners"@en . . . . "2014-09-30"^^ . . . "Starting in October 2011, INTENT is 30-month EU-funded ERASMUS project to manage foreign language telecollaborations between classes of foreign language learners in higher education in geographically distant locations.\n\nOf the eight partner organisations, KMi are the technical partner, developing the project and host websites using the Drupal open source content management system."@en . "INTENT"@en . . . . "Joanna Kwiat's participation in Hypermedia Discourse"@en . . . . . "cb28746" . "The Open University account for Celestina Banjo"@en . . . . "Ben Hawkridge's participation in Mobile Applications"@en . "Jon" . "Jon Linney" . . . . . . "Linney" . . . . "I produce HTML5 and Flash software, computer images and animations for the KMi."@en . "025c746fe8c70482adca166f901eef1b5b3f80d5"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Project Officer"@en . . "Jon Linney"@en . "Chris" . "Chris Sanders" . "Sanders" . . . . . "I am a Systems Operator for the Systems Team at KMi. I provide support for both the Systems and Network administration and Website development."@en . "f5f4f9b3295ffa42cb1edb37255e2123f9ee287e"^^ . . . . . "Systems Operator"@en . . "Chris Sanders"@en . "Annika" . "Annika Wolff" . . "Wolff" . . . . "I am involved in work relating to narrative, hypermedia, mobile-learning, inquiry-based learning for interpretative tasks and learning analytics."@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Annika Wolff"@en . . . . . "Peter Devine's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Xiang Ma's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Suhail Shaik"@en . "Suhail Shaik's profile document"@en . "ScholOnto" . "2001-02-01"^^ . . "Build and deploy a prototype infrastructure for making scholarly claims"@en . . . . "2004-01-31"^^ . . . "The Scholarly Ontologies project is investigating new ways for distributed research communities to track and interpret their literatures. The ClaiMaker system enables researchers to make and contest 'Claims' by semantically connecting concepts. The resulting network of claims and arguments then supports novel forms of literature search and browsing."@en . "ScholOnto"@en . . . "Description for Jianhan Zhu"@en . "Jianhan Zhu's profile document"@en . . . . "pm8755" . "The Open University account for Philip Meyer"@en . "Information fusion system for semantic datasets"@en . "KnoFuss represents a modular architecture for automated knowledge fusion of Semantic Web repositories. Knowledge fusion involves two main subtasks: coreference resolution and inconsistency resolution. Different datasets often contain information about the same entities but refer to them using different URIs. Identifying such individuals is the task of coreference resolution. Moreover, pieces of data defined in different knowledge bases can influence each other (e.g., they can be mutually contradictory). Inconsistency resolution is needed to process such cases. The KnoFuss architecture allows different methods for coreference resolution and inconsistency resolution to be combined in order to improve the quality of resulting data."@en . "KnoFuss" . . . . . . . "KnoFuss"@en . . . . . "Silvio Peroni's membership at KMi"@en . . "The Virtual Student Advisor" . . "On-line multimedia support for Open Learning"@en . . . "2003-03-01"^^ . . "Providing on line advice and guidance to our students involves bringing together a wide range of synchronous and asynchronous materials. In this project we have explored a range of visions of how we might provide asynchronous support to our students via appropriately streamed media. The progress of these experiments have lead the university to fund a New Technology for Student Support service which will use this work to support OU web based students."@en . "The Virtual Student Advisor"@en . . . "Description for Adam Rae"@en . "Adam Rae's profile document"@en . . . . "George Gkotsis on SlideShare"@en . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's participation in PowerMagpie"@en . "A Search Engine for the Semantic Web"@en . "SemSearch is a semantic search engine, which is designed for naïve users, i.e., ordinary end users who are not necessarily familiar with domain specific semantic data, ontologies, or SQL-like query Languages. It hides the complexity of semantic search from end users by supporting a Google-like query interface and by providing comprehensive means to translate user queries into formal queries."@en . "SemSearch" . . . . . . . "SemSearch"@en . . . . "Paul Mulholland's participation in Personal Inquiry"@en . . . . . . "yw358" . "The Open University account for Yangxi Wu"@en . "Claudio" . "Claudio Baldassarre" . "Baldassarre" . . . . "AKA: Burbero , Swiffer , Amatrano.\n\nElectronic Engineer Master Degree;\n\nI was involved in developing Watson a new search engine/repository of semantic content retrievable on the web.\nI was personally in charge of validating content of documents checking goodness, populating the repository with extracted entities and assessing semantic quality measures on the documents.\nValidation task also worries about finding bad usage in semantic content production and publication and reveals similarity on a scale from different to duplication.\n\nI also designed a translator between RDFS - DAML - OWL languages to OCML language which is used by KMi people involved in DIP and POWERAQUA projects.\n\nI was involved in "Relation Extraction" from raw text against semantic content contained in knowledge base.\n\nParticular signs: Enrico Motta was my boss ;)"@en . . . . . "Research Assistant"@en . . "Claudio Baldassarre"@en . . . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in Hexagon"@en . . . . . "Cintia Rabello's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Elizabeth Cano's membership at KMi"@en . "Anna" . "Anna De Liddo" . . . . "De Liddo" . . . "AnnaDeLiddo" . . . "My research focuses on the socio-technical factors influencing the design and uptake of Collective Intelligence infrastructures. These are online environments which seek to improve collective awareness of the changing environment, and collective capacity to make the best use of expertise to problem solve, and adapt appropriately. I have particular interests in knowledge construction through discourse, and the role of technology in scaffolding dialogue and argumentation in contested domains, in which there is more than one point of view. The approaches I work with are network-centric, modelling and visualizing ideas and arguments as networks of nodes which can be analysed for topographical and semantic patterns. \n\nAs background, I am an Urban Planner and Designer; I took a BSc in Civil Engineering, a MSc in Transport Planning at Polytechnic of Bari, Italy, and a MSc in Environmental Policy and Management at Institut National des Sience Applique&#769;es in Lyon (France). I gained my PhD in Urban and Environmental Planning at Polytechnic of Bari, Italy, investigating ICT for Participatory Planning and Deliberation. In this respect I am interested in investigating tools to support knowledge representation, structuring and management, particularly with regards to collaborative decision-making processes in Environmental and Urban Planning domain."@en . "6b9651f0e9131dc0eeb10c8c2e34901d56d8178e"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Anna De Liddo"@en . . . . "Michelle Bachler's participation in Catalyst"@en . "CLUTCH - Millennium Awards" . "1999-11-01"^^ . . "Computer Literacy Understanding Through Community History"@en . . . . . . "The Open University has worked in partnership with the Living Archive, an independent documentary arts organisation based in Wolverton (Milton Keynes), to run a highly-successful and ground-breaking Millennium Award Scheme called CLUTCH - Computer Literacy Understanding Through Community History. Supported by the Millennium Commission from National Lottery funding, the scheme provided free web-based ICT training and support for over 300 parents of local school-aged children to complete a local history project of their choosing. The work of the resulting 60 school-based CLUTCH Clubs can be seen by visiting the main CLUTCH Club Millennium Award Scheme homepage."@en . "CLUTCH - Millennium Awards"@en . . . "Description for Ivan Cantador"@en . "Ivan Cantador's profile document"@en . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's participation in SUPER"@en . . . . "rc9292" . "The Open University account for Renata Calonego"@en . "AEC" . "2000-10-01"^^ . . "Assisted Electronic Communications in Health"@en . . . . . . "The project is aimed at the application of media and knowledge technologies in a heath care context. The project was funded by the UK Department of Health, under the Information and Communications Technologies Research Initiative."@en . "AEC"@en . . . . "Peter Coetzee's participation in Revyu"@en . . . . "al4874" . "The Open University account for Ainhoa Llorente"@en . . . . "la4227" . "The Open University account for Lucas Anastasiou"@en . . . . . "Smitashree Choudhury's participation in ROBUST"@en . "AquaLog, a portable question-answering system for organizational ontologies"@en . "AquaLog is a portable question-answering system which takes queries expressed in natural language and an ontology as input and returns answers drawn from semantic resources compliant with the input ontology. AquaLog differs from other similar systems with respect to two important aspects: 1) It is truly portable: no configuration effort is needed at all, to interface AquaLog to a particular ontology; 2) Over time it adapts to the jargon used by a particular user community, hence there is no need to manually customise the system for a particular domain. AquaLog integrates a number of technologies, including NLP, ontology-based reasoning, machine learning and user modelling."@en . "AquaLog" . . . . . . . "AquaLog"@en . . . . "Petr Knoth's participation in UK Aggregation 2"@en . . . . . "Kevin Quick's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Khadija Tahera's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Victoria Uren's participation in CORDER"@en . . . . "Miriam Fernandez's participation in SmartProducts"@en . . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in BuddyFinder-CORDER"@en . . . . "Mark Gaved's participation in The Bookshelf Project"@en . . . . "Thomas Ullmann's participation in ELLIMent"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in PT Anywhere"@en . . . . . . "djw99" . "The Open University account for David Winter"@en . . . . . . . "Shirley Evans's membership at KMi"@en . . . "Description for Joseph Harrison"@en . "Joseph Harrison's profile document"@en . "Hussain" . "Hussain Ahmad" . . . . . "Ahmad" . . . . "I was a visiting researcher in KMi. My field of work is Semantic Web. I am focusing on utilizing semantics in the business domain."@en . . . . . . . "Visiting Researcher"@en . . "Hussain Ahmad"@en . . . . "xm8" . "The Open University account for Xiang Ma"@en . . . . . "Fouad Zablith's participation in LUCERO"@en . . . . "ln2246" . "The Open University account for Lenka Novakova"@en . "Mari" . "Mari Suárez-Figueroa" . . . . . . "Suárez-Figueroa" . . . . "My name is Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa and I belong to the Ontological Engineering Group of the Artificial Intelligence Department of the Computer Science School at Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (UPM).\n \nI graduated in Computer Science from UPM in 2001. I teached at the Computer Science School at UPM from January 2002 until March 2002).\n\nI am currently a PhD student in Artificial Intelligence in UPM.\nMy research activities include methodologies for ontology development, ontology development tools, ontology evaluation, and the Semantic Web. I am currently participanting at the NeOn project (IST-2005-027595) and at the Knowledge Web Network of Excellence (FP6-507482). I have also participated at the OntoGrid project (FP6-511513), at the Esperonto project (IST-2001-34373) and at the OntoWeb thematic network (IST-2000-25056). \nI was a research visitor at Department of Computer Science (University of Liverpool)."@en . . . . . . . . "Visiting Reseacher"@en . . "Mari Suárez-Figueroa"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in EUCLID"@en . . . "Description for Yanna Vogiazou"@en . "Yanna Vogiazou's profile document"@en . . . . "alc522" . "The Open University account for Andre Luis Correa"@en . . . . "Teresa Connolly's participation in iCoper"@en . "Anuj" . "Anuj Kumar" . . . . . . . "Kumar" . . . . "I was a visiting researcher at KMI in 2008. My current work focuses on the application of machine learning techniques for automatic image annotation/classification. I have recently completed my masters from India, and trying to explore the realms of research."@en . . . . . . . . . "Visiting Researcher"@en . . "Anuj Kumar"@en . . . . "ak22763" . "The Open University account for Anna Kuzilkova"@en . . . . . . "Julian Gilbert's participation in MK:Smart"@en . "Clara" . "Clara Mancini" . . . . "Mancini" . . . . "I am interested in the way hypermedia systems, as well as the Web, allow people to model knowledge and shape discourse. Furthermore, I am interested in the way the technical characteristics of electronic media inform new languages and new forms of communication."@en . . . . . . . . . . "Research Fellow"@en . . "Clara Mancini"@en . . . . "uasa2" . "The Open University account for Usha Achar"@en . . . "Cintia Rabello on SlideShare"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in SUPER"@en . "Luca" . "Luca Panziera" . . . . . . . "Panziera" . . . . . . "The focus of my research is to construct Semantic Web descriptions of real services, by exploiting information available on the Web.\nMy aim is to extract explicit information, such as service operations or non-functional properties, as well as subjective characteristics, such as service popularity and usage complexity. \n\nI am involved in the COMPOSE project with Dr. Carlos Pedrinaci. The results of my research will be provided for developing iServe and Ply technologies."@en . "9eaec6ee343c2e82fdf5956809620ca6d16d2a4d"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate"@en . . "Luca Panziera"@en . . . . . "Lucas Anastasiou's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Chris Valentine's participation in Station X"@en . . . . "Annika Wolff's participation in RETAIN"@en . . . . "Fridolin Wild's participation in MUPPLE"@en . . . . . "Alessandro Adamou's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Joanna Kwiat's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in AKT"@en . . . . . "Mathieu d'Aquin's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . "Ilaria Tiddi's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . "Marc Eisenstadt's participation in MSG"@en . . . . . "Pavel Kefurt's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "mn2336" . "The Open University account for Miklos Nagy"@en . . . . . . "Carlos Pedrinaci's participation in DIP"@en . . . . "Haiming Liu's participation in DRESS"@en . . . . . . "Martin Dzbor's participation in AKT"@en . . . . "st6822" . "The Open University account for Sylvia Truman"@en . . . . "sdf77" . "The Open University account for Simon Foster"@en . . . "Description for Ben Hawkridge"@en . "Ben Hawkridge's profile document"@en . . . . . . "Stefania Galizia's membership at KMi"@en . . . . . . . "Hassan Saif's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's participation in SmartProducts"@en . . . . "ry552" . "The Open University account for Rachel Yarrien"@en . . . . "md267" . "The Open University account for Martin Dzbor"@en . . . . "Tom Vincent's participation in Alternative Media for Print Disabled Students"@en . "Philip" . "Philip Meyer" . . . . . . . . . . . "Meyer" . . . . . "I worked for the STELLARnet team together with F. Wild, T. Ullmann and L. Anastasiou et al. My main goal is to finish my M.A. thesis in context of the TELeurope.eu platform with a study on Cultural Identity and Interdisciplinarity in Globalized Research Networks"@en . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Intern"@en . . "Philip Meyer"@en . . . "John Domingue on LinkedIn"@en . "Juan Carlos" . "Juan Carlos Vidal Aguiar" . "Vidal Aguiar" . . . . . . "Visiting Researcher"@en . . "Juan Carlos Vidal Aguiar"@en . . . . "Michelle Bachler's participation in Open Sensemaking Communities"@en . . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in Bletchley Park Text"@en . . . . . "Description for Enrico Motta"@en . "Enrico Motta's profile document"@en . . . . . "Michal Pantucek's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "cp8787" . "The Open University account for Catia Prandi"@en . . . . "Petr Knoth's participation in Tech-It-Easy"@en . . . . "Peter Whalley's participation in Topic Accessed Video"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in SmartLink"@en . . . . . "George Gkotsis's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Damian Dadswell's participation in Election Debate Visualization"@en . . . "Description for Linda Castañeda"@en . "Linda Castañeda's profile document"@en . . . . "Harriett Cornish's participation in INTENT"@en . . . . . "Alberto Ardito's membership at KMi"@en . "Automatic News Summarization and Extraction System"@en . "'Watch the news while I was away and tell me what happened.'\n\nThis project combines a Video scene change algorithm, with the current text segmentation and summarization techniques to build an automatic news summarization and extraction system.\n\nTelevision broadcast news are captured both in Video/Audio format with the accompanying subtitles in text format. News stories are identified, extracted from the video, and summarized in a short paragraph which reduces the amount of information into a manageable size. Individual news video clips can be retrieved effectively by a combination of video and text, using a reversed indexed search engine to provide distilled information such as a summarized version of the orginal text and highlights important key words in the text."@en . "ANSES" . . . . . . . "2006-09-21"^^ . "ANSES"@en . "KICS" . . "KMi Integrated Calendar System"@en . . . . . . "KICS offers the flexibility of bi-directional calendars on multiple operating systems and clients – something that up-until-now had not been supported.\n\nThe new system also offers an embedded version of calendars created via KICS on the KMi Intranet, which means you can view your calendars from any browser, on any system, located anywhere in the world."@en . "KICS"@en . . . . "Aitor Gomez-Goiri's participation in FORGE"@en . . . . "Description for Julie Vince"@en . "Julie Vince's profile document"@en . . . . "Enrico Motta's participation in OpenKnowledge"@en . . . . . "Petr Knoth's membership at KMi"@en . "CABER" . "2002-02-01"^^ . . "CLUTCH As a Broadband Educational Resource"@en . . . . "2003-07-31"^^ . . . "Supported by the East of England Broadband Consortium, the CABER project draws upon the successes of the CLUTCH Club Millennium Awards Scheme by further testing the concept of involving parents and children at school in the process of researching, editing and presenting a local history topic on the internet. The project seeks to exploit the potential of broadband connectivity by facilitating the recording, editing and sharing of rich multimedia assets which have been collected using digital video and oral history techniques. As with the CLUTCH Scheme, the CABER project is being operated in partnership with the Living Archive, an established documentary arts organisation based in Milton Keynes."@en . "CABER"@en . . . . "Ben Hawkridge's participation in Xtreme Webcasting"@en . . . "Peter" . "Peter Sharpe" . "Sharpe" . . . . "I was KMi's Senior Administrator for a time; that means I got to look after things like the finances, personnel, internal liaison with the University, reports, bid preparation, administration, etc.\n\nNow I can return to the proper occupation for a person - growing things, looking, listening, reading and, occasionally, thinking.\n\nI will miss some great colleagues and meeting the interesting visitors that came through( and, not infrequently when meeting the great and the good, wondering how on earth they managed to get to their exalted position)."@en . . . "Senior Administrator"@en . . "Peter Sharpe"@en . . . . "Jon Linney's participation in Podcasting"@en . . . . . "Thomas Ullmann's membership at KMi"@en . "FOSTER" . "2014-02-01"^^ . . "Facilitate Open Science Training for European Research"@en . . . . "2016-01-31"^^ . . . "FOSTER aims to support different stakeholders, especially young researchers, in adopting open access in the context of the European Research Area (ERA) and in complying with the open access policies and rules of participation set out for Horizon 2020 (H2020).\n\nFOSTER will establish a European-wide training programme on open access and open data, consolidating training activities at downstream level and reaching diverse disciplinary communities and countries in the ERA.\n\nThe training programme will include different approaches and delivery options: elearning, blearning, self-learning, dissemination of training materials/contents, helpdesk, face-to-face training, especially training-the-trainers, summer schools, seminars, etc.\n\nOBJECTIVES\n\n- Support different stakeholders, especially young researchers, in adopting open access in the context of the European Research Area (ERA) and in complying with the open access policies and rules of participation set out for Horizon 2020; \n\n- Integrate open access principles and practice in the current research workflow by targeting the young researcher training environment;\n\n- Strengthen the institutional training capacity to foster compliance with the open access policies of the ERA and Horizon 2020 (beyond the FOSTER project); \n\n- Facilitate the adoption, reinforcement and implementation of open access policies from other European funders, in line with the EC’s recommendation.\n\nMAIN ACTIVITIES\n\n1 – Identifying already existing contents that can be reused in the context of the training activities and repackaging, reformatting them to be used within FOSTER, and develop/create/ enhance contents if/where they are needed.\n\n2 – Creation of the FOSTER Portal to support e-learning, blended learning, self-learning, dissemination of training materials/contents and Helpdesk.\n\n3 – Delivery of face-to-face training, especially training trainers/multipliers that can carry on further training and dissemination activities, within their institutions, countries and/or disciplinary communities.\n\nProject number: 612425\nStart Date: 01/02/2014\nDuration: 24 months\nFunding from the EC: 1.499.860,00€"@en . "FOSTER"@en . . . "Luca Panziera on LinkedIn"@en . . . . "John Domingue's participation in Service Web 3.0"@en . . . "Description for Harriett Cornish"@en . "Harriett Cornish's profile document"@en . "ROLE" . "2009-02-01"^^ . . "Responsive Open Learning Environments"@en . . . . "2013-01-31"^^ . . . "The cross- disciplinary innovations of the ROLE project will deliver and test prototypes of high responsive TEL environments, offering breakthrough levels of effectiveness, flexibility, user-control and mass-individualisation.\nThe work of ROLE will advances the state-of-the-art in human resource management; self-regulated and social learning; psycho-pedagogical theories of adaptive education and educational psychology; service composition and orchestration; and the use of ICT in lifelong learning.\n\nROLE offers adaptivity and personalization in terms of content and navigation and the entire learning environment and its functionalities. This approach permits individualization of the components, tools, and functionalities of a learning environment, and their adjustment or replacement by existing web-based software tools. Learning environment elements can be combined to generate (to mashup) new components and functionalities, which can be adapted by lone learners or collaborating learners to meet their own needs and to enhance the effectiveness of their learning. This empowers each user to generate new tools and functions according to their needs, and can help them to establish a livelier and personally more\nmeaningful learning context and learning experience."@en . "ROLE"@en . . . . . "Aba-Sah Dadzie's membership at KMi"@en . . . . "Jane Whild's participation in IEREST"@en . . . . "Zdenek Zdrahal's participation in Subtle"@en . "Browse and edit knowledge models over the web"@en . "WebOnto is a tool providing web-based visualisation, browsing and editing support for developing and maintaining ontologies and knowledge models specified in OCML. An ontology can be seen as a model of the conceptual structure of some domain and WebOnto provides the means for graphically representing this."@en . "WebOnto" . . . . . . . "WebOnto"@en . . . . . . "Marc Eisenstadt's participation in ELeGI"@en . . . . "Kevin Quick's participation in ROSTRA"@en . . . . "dh9635" . "The Open University account for Drahomira Herrmannova"@en . . . . . "Laura Po's membership at KMi"@en . "The automated semantic data integration service"@en . "The KMi semantic web generates and maintains semantic markup extracted from a variety of sources, including both departmental databases and HTML pages. In contrast with most other semantic web sites, the maintenance of the KMi semantic web is fully automated, relying on the integration of a number of technologies, including data integration and information extraction. A semantic portal provides integrated access tothe KMi semantic web and provides a number of mechanisms to browse, search and query the semantic web, including the AquaLog question answering system and a variety of semantic search engine"@en . "The KMi semantic web" . . . . . . . "2005-01-19"^^ . "The KMi semantic web"@en . . . . "Suzanne Little's participation in OpenScout"@en . . . "Description for Rachael Smith"@en . "Rachael Smith's profile document"@en . . . . . "Raquel Crespo's membership at KMi"@en . "Carlo" . "Carlo Allocca" . . . . . . . . . . "Allocca" . . . . "I started my PhD in KMi in October 2007.\n\nMy PhD research is in the Semantic Web field. In particular, I have investigated how to make explicit semantic relations between ontologies and evaluate their effects of "finding the most appropriate ontologies" through the Semantic Web search engine such as Watson. \n\nMy supervisors are Dr. Mathieu D'Aquin and Prof. Enrico Motta."@en . "796326fc3624f499c1cb6a7bd302e0a2c8f8f972"^^ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Research Associate (Urban Data Mining)"@en . . "Carlo Allocca"@en . "UCIAD" . "2011-02-01"^^ . . "User-Centric Integration of Activiry Data"@en . . . . "2011-07-31"^^ . . . "UCIAD (User Centric Integration of Activity Data) is a JISC-funded project addressing the integration of activity data spread across various systems in an organization, and exploring how this integration can both benefit users and improve transparency in an organization.\n\nBoth research and commercial developments in the area of user activity data analysis have until now mostly focused on logging user visits to specific websites and systems, primarily in order to support recommendation, or to gather feedback data from users. However, data concerning a single user are generally fragmented across many different systems and logs, from website access logs to search data in different departments and as a result organizations typically are not able to maintain an integrated overview of the various activities of a given user, thus affecting their ability to provide optimal service to their users. Hence, a key tenet of the UCIAD project is that developing a coherent picture of the interactions between the user and the organization would be beneficial both to an organization and to its users.\n\nThe project, led and managed by Mathieu d'Aquin, will contribute to the current strand of research in KMi, which focuses on the use of semantic technologies to support online personal information management. The solutions developed in the project will be tested on a number of Open University systems, in collaboration with the Open University's communication services."@en . "UCIAD"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in Making the News"@en . . . . "Marc Eisenstadt's participation in BuddyFinder-CORDER"@en . . . . "Peter Scott's participation in Interacting in A Virtual Gallery"@en . . . . "Stuart Watt's participation in OPAL"@en . . . . . "Vanessa Lopez's membership at KMi"@en . "Chris" . "Chris Valentine" . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . "Valentine" . . . . . . "Joining the OU in the Spring of 1992, my initial projects were related to the transcription of course media for print-disabled students. I was a founder member of KMi when it was launched in 1995. I am now a web applications developer using PHP and mySQL, writing custom code or extensions for open source CMS like Drupal or Wordpress.\n\nI am particularly interested in the application of mobile technology to teaching and learning in remote locations. My most recent projects have included a photo and audio blog for L204, a second level Spanish language course which made custom use of Google Maps for location data http://cnm.open.ac.uk/projects/santiago. I was also part of the team for ERA - the use of wireless networking technology to make geology field trips accessible to disabled and/or remote students.\n\nI built the website that hosts the Open University's immensely popular podcast service http://podcast.open.ac.uk and continue to maintain the OU's webcast hosting system STADIUM. I have been involved in four EU-funded projects related to language teaching and inter-cultural competence.\n\nOutreach projects include collaboration with the Halle Orchestra and the Field Studies Council. I worked on Making The News (a web-based news system being used in schools nation-wide http://mtn.e2bn.net), ROSTRA, CLUTCH, CABER, VDC, MK Schools OnLine and the citischool project (teaching for kids who dropped out of mainstream education in the Milton Keynes area).\n\nI have also created web applications for the OU's Research School including PhDSkills http://phdskills.open.ac.uk (to track the progress of all PhD students at the OU) and the Research Diary http://research-diary.open.ac.uk. I both judge and run the online part of the annual research students' poster competition where new PhD students show off their projects.\n\nIn 2008 I was a recipient of two OU Teaching Awards, for my role in T189 'Digital photography: creating and sharing better images' http://www3.open.ac.uk/study/undergraduate/course/t189.htm and as part of the ERA team. I received a third Teaching Award in 2014 for my part in webcasting the Student Connections conference."@en . 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