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gnowsys

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

GNOWSYS, Gnowledge Networking and Organizing System, is a web based hybrid gnowledge base with a kernel for semantic computing. It is developed in Python and works as an installed product in ZOPE.

388K lines of code

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almost 7 years since last commit

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SemFS

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  Analyzed over 2 years ago

SemFS is a semantic file system which exposes itself to the operating system as a WebDAV drive. SemFS re-interprets the concept of file system resources and their locations as resources and resource annotations in RDF knowledge bases. By accessing structured knowledge, e.g. bibliographical ... [More] information or contact information via files, this approach offers a possibility for seamlessly integrating the content of the knowledge bases with the user’s desktop systems. [Less]

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over 6 years since last commit

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vkwb

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

At first this project will be used for its svn-enabled wiki functionality only. The corresponding code is currently hosted elsewhere. It is about the "Visual Knowledge Workbench" developed in the EU project nepomuk.

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Licenses: BSD-4-Cla...

wordspaces

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

This began as a bachelor thesis and is now getting bigger and bigger. The goal is to develop a knowledge discovery framework with corresponding gui that gives the user the ability to build, evaluate and integrate word spaces (semantic spaces) in their own applications.

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about 9 years since last commit

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Licenses: GPL-2.0+

nepomuk-extensions

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Extensions to the Nepomuk KDE semantic desktop http://nepomuk.kde.org

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Licenses: LGPL

simple-semantic-desktop

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

The Simple Semantic Desktop is currently a work in its infancy at Oberlin College, Ohio. The Simple Semantic Desktop aims at making a Semantic Desktop product that can be easily understood and used by the average PC user, using a simpler and less overwhelming interface than the other offerings ... [More] available. This is not to say that the technologies underlying the SSD are in any way simple. The SSD will use state-of-the-art Machine Learning and Ontological techniques, perhaps even improvements over what exists. The SSD is also subtly different in the sense that it aims to be a semantics based interface to all files on a computer including program and OS files. Following along the footsteps of the sensational Semantic Web is the idea of a Semantic Desktop (see http://www.semanticdesktop.org/) . The original Semantic Desktop is imagined to be a universal interface to all information on a desktop that utilizes Ontologies (sets of concepts and their relationships to each other) described like they are on the Semantic Web. One can imagine such a well-informed (well-informed about information on your computer, that is) to provide some very interesting and "cool" interfaces . The possibilities are endless, and that's where the problems begin. Most Semantic Desktop software today is too complex and non-intuitive for the average user, and the Simple Semantic Desktop tries to fill that gap. Can we display the complex relationships of a Machine Learning-based Semantic Desktop with the simplicity of a Vending Machine? I'll build the Simple Semantic Desktop as my senior Computer Science honors project, and two extra words on a sheet of cellulose will be our answer. [Less]

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about 9 years since last commit

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nepomuk-mozilla

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

NEPOMUK aims at empowering individual knowledge workers to better exploit their personal information space and to maintain fruitful communication and exchange within social networks across organizational boundaries. The objective of Nepomuk-Mozilla is to annotate any and all Web data (including ... [More] parts of Web pages) or local files from Firefox, emails from Thunderbird and to store the annotations in the default metadata store on Mandriva, i.e KDE4 metadata store. The advantage of using a common metadata store is to share annotations and ontologies across the applications instead of having them burried into each application information system, toward a "Personal Semantic Web". A first step consists of integrating Firefox and Thunderbird with the Nepomuk dbus service. A second step consists of harnessing this integration by developping addons for dealing with metadata, and to involve the community of Mozilla developers in the use of this shared desktop metadata store. [Less]

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