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Talk of Max Völkel at SemWiki2008 workshop

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    • 1. Max Völkel, FZI Karlsruhe 02.06.2008 SemWiki 2008, Tenerife Motivation. User interface Data Model
    • 2. The complete application User interface
    • 3. Personal Notes
      • todos
      • ideas
      • bookmarks,
      • text for or from documents,
      • contact data of persons,
      • insights ,
      • notes on sport exercises,
      • cocktail recipes,
      • places to travel to,
      • things to remember
      • nice restaurants, ...
    • 4. Challenges: Scalability in size and long-term usage
    • 5. Look at Costs and Benefits
      • Granularity
        • A long document takes long to read
        • Many short documents take long to write
      • Degree of Formality
        • Unstructured is easy to write, but costly to retreive, re-use
        • Formal is costly to write, but nice for re-use
      Motivation.
    • 6. Degree of Formality
      • Imagine you write down your work as
        • A newspaper article
        • A workshop paper
        • An email to your mum
        • A note to yourself for tomorrow
        • A note to yourself for ... later
      Motivation.
    • 7. Data Model
    • 8. Information Snippet („Schnipsel“) Item. RDF :x a cds:Item. :x cds:hasContent „Dirk Hageman“. :x nao:creator http://xam.de#i . :x nao:creationDate „02-06-2008“. Data Model
    • 9. NameItem and ContentItem RDF :x a cds:NameItem. :x cds:hasContent „Dirk Hageman“. used for auto-completion RDF :x a cds:ContentItem. :x cds:hasContent „<h3>Review ... <p>Initial risk management ... <ul><li>to evaluate ...“. :x cds:hasMimeType „application/xml+stif“ Data Model Name ís unique in whole knowledge model
    • 10. Relation Has always an inverse relation Data Model
    • 11. Statement RDF Using reification Data Model
    • 12. Statements about anything. Even about statements. Statement Data Model
    • 13. CDS and RDF
      • RDF
        • (U,B) x (U) x (U,B,L)
      • CDS
        • U  U x U x U and U  L
      • Triple vs. Statement
      • Inverse Relations
      Data Model
    • 14. User interface
    • 15. UI Ideas: Navigation
      • See more than one resource at a time (compare this to your desk)
      Name Content User interface
    • 16. UI Ideas
      • 1. Navigate by association 2. Group associations into types
      User interface
    • 17. UI Ideas User interface
    • 18. UI Ideas: Authoring
      • Item creator widget
      User interface
    • 19.
      • Content-entry pop-up
      UI Ideas: Authoring User interface
    • 20. UI Ideas: Change semantic links.
      • Links (statements) are external to items.
      • Widget: Statement change box
      User interface
    • 21. The complete application User interface
    • 22. Future Work
      • 1. Integration with NEPOMUK semantic desktop
        •  link and annotate desktop resources, too
        • turn items into dekstop resources
      • 2. Start private beta of HKW ( to get an invite: [email_address] )
    • 23. Thank You.
      • Questions, Please.

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