Semantic web & Ontologies

Semantic web

Spreading Activation Over Ontologies: From Personal Context To Web Scale Reasoning

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Alan Dix, Akrivi Katifori, Giorgos Lepouras, Costas Vassilakis and Nadeem Shabir
International Journal of Semantic Computing, Special issue on Web Scale Reasoning, Volume: 4, Issue: 1(2010) pp. 59-102

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Capturing the historical research methodology: an experimental approach

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Torou Elena, Katifori Akrivi, Vassilakis Costas, Lepouras Georgios, Halatsis Constantin
Proceedings of International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI 2009), Madrid, November 16-18, 2009

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Visualizing Hierarchies: Evaluating the Efficiency and Cognitive Effects of Six Visualization Techniques for Browsing and Management Tasks

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Golemati, Marianthi, Vassilakis, Costas, Katifori, Akrivi, Lepouras, George, Halatsis, Constantin
Poster presentation in IV 09

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Ontologies and the Brain: Using Spreading Activation through Ontologies to Support Personal Interaction

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Akrivi Katifori, Costas Vassilakis, Alan Dix
Cognitive Systems Research, Special Issue on Brain Informatics, Volume 11, Issue 1, March 2010, Pages 25-41

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Ontologies as Tools for Historians

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Akrivi Katifori, Costas Vassilakis
poster presentation in the International Symposium on "Information & communication technologies in cultural heritage", Ioannina, Greece, October 16-18, 2008

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Unified web site for the history of the University of Athens

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Framework:Information Society, GSRT
Duration:2008-2009
Description:This project aimed to organize exhibits from the Athens University History Museum and the Athens University Historical archive through an ontology, allowing the user to traverse semantic paths between exhibits to explore the history of the University.
Project web site

Supporting Research in Historical Archives: Historical Information Visualization and Modeling Requirements

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Akrivi Katifori, Elena Torou, Costas Vassilakis, Constantin Halatsis
Proceedings of IV 08,

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WhereRU: GPS position reporting and a personal ontology as a virtual community utility

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I. Daradimos, A. Katifori, C. Vassilakis,
Proceedings of IEEE RCIS 2008

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The recent progress of the World Wide Web has created new needs for information sharing in virtual communities. WhereRU is a multiuser GPS position reporting system that allows users to make their location publicly available as well as associate it with information on places, persons and events that may later also serve as reminders of the their experiences when traveling.

Selected Results of a Comparative Study of Four Ontology Visualization Methods for Information Retrieval tasks

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Akrivi Katifori, Elena Torou, Costas Vassilakis, Georgios Lepouras, Constantin Halatsis
Proceedings of IEEE RCIS 2008.

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Using Spreading Activation through Ontologies to Support Personal Information Management

Akrivi Katifori, Costas Vassilakis, Alan Dix
Proceedings of CSKGOI, within IUI 2008

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