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qualifying Knowledge Acquisition and Inquiry (qKAI)

Bild qualifying Knowledge Acquisition and Inquiry (qKAI)

How to utilize Open Content for higher-layered applications?

Open Data and User Generated Content are ongoing trends in the “Social Semantic Web” (s2w) (Wikipedia, Freebase, Flickr, Twine, a.o.). Generic concepts and how-tos for higher-layered reuse of the arbitrary information overload for agile knowledge transfer and learning - mentioning the Internet of Services (IoS) - are not covered very well yet.

For further, directed use of distributed services and sources, inquiry, interlinking, analysis, machine- and human-interpretable representation are as essential as lightweight user-oriented interoperation and competency in handling.

Currently we are developing online knowledge games (following RIA and REST paradigms) as prototypically frontend to embed the Web of Data in learning scenarios.

qKAI application framework

Available open-source components and services for selection, extraction and semantically tasks have to be combined and tweaked with user interaction in an extensible framework – the qKAI-framework - to integrate various sources for knowledge engineering and transfer. qKAI combines Web 2.0, Semantic Web and SOA paradigms to apply and enable the Internet of Services for higher level, user-oriented applications with open access.

Programming concepts make use of JAVA, server-side techniques (Servlets, JSP), RESTful web services and Rich Clients (Flash, Flex3, Actionscript3), handling of xml-related formats (XML, XHTML) and further W3C (Semantic Web) Standards (SPARQL, RDF, OWL, Linked Data). The hybrid data layer also deals with SQL.

 

Finished student thesis

 

 

  • Conception and implementation of distributed resource annotation in qKAI - Martin Liro (bachelor thesis) (First examiner: Prof. Dr.  J. Brehm, second examiner: Prof. Dr. K. Schneider, advisor: M. Steinberg)
  • Design and implementation of a global rewarding model based on classified user interoperation tasks  - Nicole Ullman (master thesis) (First examiner: Prof. Dr.  J. Brehm, second examiner: Prof. Dr. N. Henze, advisor: M. Steinberg)
  • qMAP: Map-based frontend with geocoded knowledge units - Orhan Sarioglu (master thesis) (First examiner: Prof. Dr.  J. Brehm, second examiner: Prof. Dr. N. Henze, advisor: M. Steinberg)
  • Analysis and extension of interaction with Open Content in the Social Semantic Web - Andelko Jovancevic (master thesis) (First examiner: Prof. Dr.  J. Brehm, second examiner: Prof. Dr. N. Henze, advisor: M. Steinberg)
  • Design and implementation of personalized search space limitation with Points of Interests (POIs) - W-Mark Kubacki (bachelor thesis) (First examiner: Prof. Dr.  J. Brehm, second examiner: Prof. K. Schneider, advisor: M. Steinberg)
  • Specification and implementation of information units in qKAI - Jan Peter Hein (master thesis) (First examiner: Prof. Dr.  J. Brehm, second examiner: Prof. Dr. N. Henze, advisor: M. Steinberg)
  • Information quality of User Generated Content in Web-2.0-applications - Ashkan Taassob (bachelor thesis) (First examiner: Prof. Dr.  J. Brehm, second examiner: Prof. Dr. W. Nejdl, advisor: M. Steinberg)

 

 

 

Publications

M. Steinberg, N. Ullmann, J. Brehm

"A Social Interaction taxonoy: Classifying User Interaction Tasks in Web Applications"
In: Proc. DigitalWorld 2011, International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning, eLmL, Guadeloupe, 2011, accepted for publication.

M. Steinberg, O. Sarioglu, J. Brehm
"Enhanced User Interaction to Qualify Web Resources by the Example of Tag Rating in Folksonomies"
In: International Journal On Advances in Intelligent Systems, 2010,  accepted for publication.


M. Steinberg, J. Brehm
"Towards enhanced user interaction to qualify Web resources for higher-layered applications"
In: Proc. DigitalWorld 2010, International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning, eLmL, Neth. Antilles, ISBN: 978-0-7695-3955-3, pp.105-110, 2010.

M. Steinberg, J. Brehm
"Utilizing Open Content for higher-layered Rich Client applications"
In: International Journal On Advances in Intelligent Systems, vol. 2, nr. 2&3, pp. 303-316, 2009.

M. Steinberg, J. Brehm
"A hybrid data layer to utilize Open Content for higher-layered applications"
In: Data management in Semantic Web, Nova Science Publishers, volume editors: Hai Jin, Zehua Lv, 2009, to appear.

M. Steinberg, J. Brehm
"Social educational games based on Open Content"
In: Proc. International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems (INCoS), Spain, 2009.

M. Steinberg, J. Brehm
"Towards utilizing Open Data for interactive knowledge transfer"
In: Proc. DigitalWorld 2009, International Conference on Mobile, Hybrid, and On-line Learning (eLmL), Mexico, pp.61-66, 2009.

M. Steinberg, J. Brehm
"qGame: Wissensqualifizierung aus unstrukturierten Inhalten über spielbasierte Nutzerinteraktion"
Konzeptpapier,  März 2008.

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