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    Publicado el 6.3.2014 por Equipo GNOSS

    FindMyCarrots, the Semantic Search Engine for Online Travel, Partners with TrustYou

    FindMyCarrots (FmC) has partnered with TrustYou to provide semantic analysis for hotel queries in India. With TrustYou’s robust database and advanced semantic analysis of millions of reviews, including categories like hotel type, bed size, bathroom cleanliness, food, bar, location, amenities, and more, users can now search and filter hotels based on specific criterion. For example, a user could search for “family friendly hotels in Mumbai with delicious seafood and clean bathrooms.”

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    Publicado el 27.11.2012 por Equipo GNOSS

    Case Study: An Intelligent Search Engine for Online Services for Public Administrations

    Caso de estudio W3C del ayuntamiento de Zaragoza.

    En el presenta un nuevo motor de búsqueda basado en la tecnología semántica que permite a los ciudadanos encontrar servicios online realizando una búsqueda basada el el significado y en  la descripción del servicio.

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    Publicado el 23.11.2012 por Equipo GNOSS

    Science and Innovation Group adopt Syl Search

    El Ministerio de Negocios, Innovación y Ciencia de Nueva Zelanda ha adoptado la búsqueda semántica Syl.  Steve Pyne, director de Ciencia y de Innovación del país nos dice que Syl ofrece una serie de beneficios adicionales con respecto a las soluciones tradicionales de búsqueda empresarial, y es ideal para un entorno en el que se utilizan muchos datos técnicos y científicos. Con la búsqueda semántica Syl se puede acceder de forma más flexible a la información requerida, y además la búsqueda produce resultados más rápidos y precisos.

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    Compartido el 3.2.2011 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Facebook Seeks To Build The Semantic Search Engine

    If HTML is the way developers get information into Google’s search engine, meta data is the way developers will get data into Facebook’s semantic search engine which will be based on the company’s “Open Graph”. Through the use of easy to implement plugins, Facebook is rapidly collecting structured data on every user. Facebook has also upgraded their API to make building on top of the Open Graph a much easier process. What’s pretty clear is that it’s an attempt to tackle the residing search giant.

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    Compartido el 1.7.2010 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    La revista digital "Semantic Web Journal" se ocupa de problemas relativos a interoperabilidad, usabilidad y aplicabilidad en el marco del desarrollo de la Web Semántica. Su objetivo es acercar a investigadores de diversos campos con el fin de mostrar la necesidad de compartir conocimientos y desarrollar estrategias interdisciplinares si lo que se pretende es avanzar con la suficiente rapidez y efectividad. En las siguientes líneas puede verse lo que dicen ellos acerca de sí mismos, así como las personas que componen el comité editor de la revista.

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    The journal Semantic Web – Interoperability, Usability, Applicability (ISSN: 1570-0844) brings together researchers from various fields which share the vision and need for more effective and meaningful ways to share information across agents and services on the future internet and elsewhere. As such, Semantic Web technologies shall support the seamless integration of data, on-the-fly composition and interoperation of Web services, as well as more intuitive search engines. The semantics – or meaning – of information, however, cannot be defined without a context, which makes personalization, trust, and provenance core topics for Semantic Web research. New retrieval paradigms, user interfaces, and visualization techniques have to unleash the power of the Semantic Web and at the same time hide its complexity from the user. Based on this vision, the journal welcomes contributions ranging from theoretical and foundational research over methods and tools to descriptions of concrete ontologies and applications in all areas. We especially welcome papers which add a social, spatial, and temporal dimension to Semantic Web research, as well as application-oriented papers making use of formal semantics.

    The journal is peer-reviewed and will be published quarterly.

    Suggestions for special issues are welcome.

    For any questions please do not hesitate to contact the Editors-in-Chief.

    IOS Press is a leading international publisher of scientific books and journals in many fields including computer & communications sciences and especially also the Semantic Web. Visit the Semantic Web Journal at IOS Press.

    Open and Transparent Reviews

    The Semantic Web Journal relies on an open and transparent review process. Submitted manuscripts are posted on the journal's website and are publicly available. In addition to solicited reviews selected by members of the editorial board, public reviews and comments are welcome by any researcher and can be uploaded using the journal website. All reviews and responses from the authors are posted on the journal homepage. All involved reviewers and editors will be acknowledged in the final printed version. While we strongly encourage reviewers to participate in the open and transparent review process it is still possible to submit anonymous reviews. See review process andFAQ for details before submitting a manuscript or a review.

    Editorial Board

    Editors-in-Chief

    Contact email: contact @ semantic-web-journal . net

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    Compartido el 23.6.2010 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    The Semantic Web (Web 3.0) is a huge effort which will take many years to complete. Some obstacles are technical, some political, and others are economic. This module is to reduce the barrier to entry for small organizations into using RDF as a complimentary content repository to Drupals native RDBMS.

    Here you can find information about the module, misc related technical notes in the blog and forums, and downloads of specific, related functionality.

    For official Drupal downloads, to file bugs, and for more technical information, go to the Drupal project page for Semantic Search. If you are interested in a more technical RDF application within Drupal, you may want to check out and support Drupal's Relationship Module.

    Semantic Search currently supports the RDF stores, ARC, YARS, and Sesame, with the latter two requiring Java. Sesame has two approaches, one can be used against any OpenRDF Sesame server, the other requires Caucho running PHP within Java.

     

     

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    Compartido el 17.5.2010 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Yebol: Just out of beta, a new search engine that uses the Amazon Cloud to build a knowledge base for about 10 million concepts over 1 billion web pages.

    "Yebol utilizes a combination of patented algorithms paired with human knowledge to build a Web directory for each query and each user.  Instead of the common “listing” of Web search queries, Yebol automatically clusters and categorizes search terms, Web sites, pages and contents.

     

    Yebol allows for a multi-dimensional search result instead of the normal one-dimensional search seen by most web search engines today.  This provides a more accurate summary of top sites and categories; a wider array of related search terms; a longer and richer expansion for query results; and a deeper base of links and keywords in search result pages.

     

    Unlike current search platforms, Yebol provides hundreds of easily identified and accessibly categorized results in one easily navigable page.  Our results not only provide users with a rich search experience, but also help them quickly scan the results to find targeted information.  In essence, we generate a unique “homepage look” for each search query"

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    Publicado el 13.5.2010 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Twine "T2" – Latest Demo Screenshots (Internal Alpha) (Nova Spivack - Minding the Planet)

    Twine 2, el ingenio de búsqueda semántica de Spivack. Había mostrado algo, ahora lo hace un poco más.

    This is a series of screenshots that demo the latest build of the consumer experience and developer tools for Twine.com’s “T2″ semantic search product. This is still in internal alpha — not released to public yet. 

    Publicado en Nova Spivack - Minding the Planet

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    Compartido el 28.10.2009 por Ricardo Alonso Maturana

    Blog de Jack Krupansky (uno de sus blogs) donde, por utilizar sus propias palabras, el autor se sumerge en las profundidades abisales de la Web Semántica con el fin de explorar la distancia entre su desarrollo teórico y el mundo real de los consumidores y usuarios. Bien mantenido. 
     

    "The Semantic Abyss - Plumbing the Semantic Web" exploring the depths of the semantic gap between the Semantic Web and real world users and consumers

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