User Centric Integration of Activity Data<br />Hypothesis<br />Mathieu d’Aquin<br />KMi, The Open University<br />
Organisation Centric Activity Data <br />Analytics = aggregated stats<br />Consolidation<br />Consolidation<br />Consolida...
User Centric Activity Data<br />Activity analysis and interaction patterns for individual users<br />Consolidation<br />In...
What is needed<br />Challenges:<br />Integration of activity data from various logs<br />Consolidation beyond “number of v...
Hypothesis<br />Taking a user centric point of view can allow different types of analysis of logs/activity data, which are...
Overview<br />Website<br />Activity<br />See next slide. Project to include tools on editing ontologies for AD<br />Trace<...
Ontologies<br />
Ontologies<br />
More info<br />UCIAD Blog: http://uciad.info<br />Code base: http://github.com/uciad<br />Twitter: #uciad<br />@mdaquin<br />
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Presentation at the JISC Activity Data programme event - 02/02/2011
Basic hypothesis of the UCIAD project.

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UCIAD - User Centric Integration of Activity Data - Hypothesis

  1. 1. User Centric Integration of Activity Data<br />Hypothesis<br />Mathieu d’Aquin<br />KMi, The Open University<br />
  2. 2. Organisation Centric Activity Data <br />Analytics = aggregated stats<br />Consolidation<br />Consolidation<br />Consolidation<br />Logs 2<br />Logs 4<br />Logs 1<br />Logs 3<br />Website 2<br />Website 4<br />Website 1<br />Website 3<br />Organisation<br />Users<br />
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  4. 4. User Centric Activity Data<br />Activity analysis and interaction patterns for individual users<br />Consolidation<br />Integration<br />Interpretation<br />Logs 2<br />Logs 4<br />Logs 1<br />Logs 3<br />Website 2<br />Website 4<br />Website 1<br />Website 3<br />Organisation<br />Users<br />
  5. 5. What is needed<br />Challenges:<br />Integration of activity data from various logs<br />Consolidation beyond “number of visits”<br />Interpretation of activity data in a user centric, activity oriented<br />Ontologies:<br />Formal, machine processable conceptual models of a domain<br />Allow for integration of heterogeneous data<br />As semantic models of the data, can be used to reason upon the data<br />
  6. 6. Hypothesis<br />Taking a user centric point of view can allow different types of analysis of logs/activity data, which are valuable to the organisation and the user<br />Ontologies and Ontology-based reasoning can support the integration, consolidation and interpretation of activity data from multiple sources <br />
  7. 7. Overview<br />Website<br />Activity<br />See next slide. Project to include tools on editing ontologies for AD<br />Trace<br />Actor<br />Inference<br />Semantic Store/Engine<br />Based on<br />Using OWLIM<br />RDF Representations of traces<br />Extracting log formats (apache, piwik, etc.) into RDF <br />Plugin 2<br />Plugin 4<br />Plugin 1<br />Plugin 3<br />Logs 2<br />Logs 4<br />Logs 1<br />Use case: Open University websites and research project websites<br />Logs 3<br />Website 2<br />Website 4<br />Website 1<br />Website 3<br />
  8. 8. Ontologies<br />
  9. 9. Ontologies<br />
  10. 10. More info<br />UCIAD Blog: http://uciad.info<br />Code base: http://github.com/uciad<br />Twitter: #uciad<br />@mdaquin<br />

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