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    Compartido el 6.11.2009 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana


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    La iniciativa Rhizomik es un proyecto está liderada por el grupo de investigación  GRIHO (Human-Computer Interaction and data integration), fundado por el profesor Jesús Lorès. El grupo orienta su trabajo a la mejora de la experiencia de las personas en el uso de la tecnología, esto es, en su interacción con las computadores y los sistemas. En este marco ha desarrollado un trabajo de investigación consistente en el marco de la web semántico. Rhizomik expresa el conjunto de proyectos que de manera concreta expresan ese trabajo.

    Ellos dicen de sí mismos:

    "The Rhizomik initiative is inspired by the rhizome metaphor when working with knowledge from a scientific, technological but also philosophical point of view.

    This metaphor has accompanied us in our research about knowledge in many different fields, fundamentally Semantic Web, Human-Computer Interaction, Web Science, Complex Systems and Cognitive Science.

    It has been materialised in the following projects:

    • Rhizomer: a tool to build Semantic Web-powered sites like this one
    • ReDeFer: a set of tools to move data in an out of the Semantic Web...
      • From RDF to HTML or SVG
      • From XML and XML Schemas to RDF and OWL ontologies respectively
    • Ontologies
      • Copyright: an ontology formalising the copyright core concepts
      • Multimedia: an ontology for the whole MPEG-7
      • E-Business: ontologies for some standards like XBRL, ebXML or BPEL-WS
      • News: ontologies for IPTC and MPEG-21 Digital Items
    • Semantic DRM System: a prototype of a copyright management system based on the Copyright Ontology
    • Living Semantic Web: an study of the Semantic Web as a complex system that shows that behaves like some living systems".





    Publicado el 24.9.2009 por Rubén Vinagre Sáenz

    Newspapers are evolving and this causes great changes in how newspapers reach their consumers,
    but also in how newspapers work internally. Advanced computerised support is needed in order to
    cope with the new needs, which require that machines are aware of a greater part of the underlying
    semantics. Ontologies and Semantic Web technologies are clear candidates for web-wide
    semantics. However, newspapers have made great investments in their current news management
    systems and their wish is to undertake a smooth transition. Our proposal is to build an ontological
    framework based on existing journalism and multimedia standards. These standards are based on
    XML technologies. Therefore, we have developed a generic XML Schema to OWL mapping,
    complemented with an XML to RDF one. Together, they allow reusing existing metadata that,
    once in a semantic space, facilitates data integration, news management and retrieval. The
    resulting ontological framework is being applied in the Diari Segre Media Group1, which produces
    press, radio and television content.