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New paper on NER in CH. Cites Doerr's 'Semantic problems of thesaurus mapping'
Relational DB to RDF mapping built right into Information Workbench
Really interesting Linked Data-based geo annotation tool
A LOD browser that is very appealing, but also useful.
Shows the links of a resource, lets you load them, a summary of its properties, images and map. http://youtu.be/BQ9Ckh2ov-c http://en.lodlive.it/?http://dbpedia.org/resource/Sofia
Easily document and test your REST API. Let consumers easily inspect the accuracy of their clients.
This is a draft, the final version will go to http://www.openannotation.org/spec/primer/
Open Annotation client. By the same Australian people who created Lorestore. Furthermore, it seems the OKFN Annotator is the same thing, since the page refers to http://okfn.github.com/annotator/demo/
Open Annotation and ORE storage server. Uses Sesame for storage (same as OWLIM), Emmet and Chico for login. Provides nice validation (tracks over 50 rules given in the spec)
Using Google Refine to fix some errors in the "People Concordance" of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum of the Smithsonian. The concordance includes links to wikipedia, freebase, viaf, etc. Also interesting way of collaborating on git. See https://github.com/cooperhewitt/collection for the collection data
These guys are quite famous for their work on Networked Knowledge Organization Systems (NKOS), i.e. thesauri, SKOS, their LOD representation.
This project is similar in spirit/domain to our upcoming task "Coreferencing through semantic relations".
See section Multi-Concept Matching Function, and the paper and demos linked on top.
Project value is 121k GBP.
Uses the Microsoft Surface to search through object relations
A good description of all the components and libraries used to create this application pretty quickly (2 months). I find the CSS and JS libraries and components especially interesting.
A description of the app's purpose and UI is at http://summit2013.lodlam.net/2013/05/31/using-automation-and-user-feedback-for-interlinking-archives/
by Lec Maj, Head of Information Technology at Yale Center for British Art (YCBA).
Excellent presentation, shows confluence of ideas of BM and Yale, small apps that Yale is developing, what researchers need, what mapping and crowdsourcing tools are needed...