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SEASR Overview

  1. 1. Pathways to SEASR National Center for Supercomputing Applications! University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The SEASR project and its Meandre infrastructure! are sponsored by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
  2. 2. Outline •  Welcome •  Logistics •  Agenda Review •  Workshop Objective and Goals •  Participants Project Planning Activity •  SEASR + Exemplars Quick Glance quot;
  3. 3. Welcome •  Dr. Robert Wilhelmson, –  Division Director – CyberApplications and Communities –  National Center for Supercomputing Applications •  Dr. Chris Mackie –  Program Officer – Research in Information Technology –  The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation
  4. 4. Logistics •  Network Access •  Building Access •  Packet - Reimbursements and Evaluation •  Coffee/Soda/Water “Treat” Breaks •  Lunch & Dinner •  Restrooms •  Staff Introductions •  Questions?quot;
  5. 5. Agenda Day 1 Morning •  Thursday, January 15, 2009 •  8:00am Registration and Breakfast •  8:30am Introduction, Michael Welge, SEASR, NCSA •  9:00am SEASR Overview and Workshop Goals, Michael Welge •  10:00am Break •  10:30am SEASR Application Examples and Demonstrations –  Zotero and SEASR, Xavier Llorà, Boris Capitanu –  UIMA and SEASR, Mike Haberman –  Audio Analysis and SEASR (NEMA, NESTER), J. Stephen Downie •  Noon Lunch
  6. 6. Agenda Day 1 Afternoon •  1:00pm SEASR Architecture, Xavier Llorà and Bernie Acs –  Workshop Plan Presentation (5 min each) by J. Stephen Downie •  2:30pm Break •  3:00pm SEASR Tools with Hands On Demo –  Community Hub, Loretta Auvil –  Workbench, Boris Capitanu –  Server Interface, Xavier Llorà –  ZigZag, Xavier Llorà –  Eclipse Plugin, Amit Kumar •  4:00 SEASR Adoptability and Sustainability, John Unsworth •  4:30pm End of Day •  6:00pm Dinner
  7. 7. Agenda Day 2 Morning •  Friday, January 16, 2009 •  8:00am Registration and Breakfast •  8:30am SEASR Application Examples and Demonstrations (continued) –  MONK and SEASR, Stéfan Sinclair –  FutureLens and SEASR and MONK, Andrey Puretskiy –  DISCUS and SEASR, Xavier Llorà –  Visualization and SEASR, Loretta Auvil –  Workshop Plan Presentation (5 min each) by Teams •  10:00am Break •  10:30am SEASR Installation, Xavier Llorà and Loretta Auvil –  Workshop Plan Presentation (5 min each) by Teams •  Noon Lunch
  8. 8. Agenda Day 2 Afternoon •  1:00pm SEASR Wrap Up and Summary, Michael Welge and Loretta Auvil •  Workshop Plan Presentation (5 min each) by Teams •  2:30pm Break •  3:00pm SEASR Lab Session, Michael Welge and Loretta Auvil Workshop Plan Presentation (5 min each) by Teams •  4:30pm End of Day
  9. 9. Workshop Objective •  The objective of the workshop is: •  To explain and demonstrate the utility of SEASR for digital humanities, and to bring you to a point where you could deploy, contribute and utilize the SEASR environment. •  SEASR + TOOLS + EXEMPLARS + HANDS ON
  10. 10. Workshop Goals •  The goals of the workshop are: •  LEARN: Provide a detailed understanding of the SEASR framework •  LEARN: Provide a foundation and examples for participant teams to use SEASR in a study or inquiry •  ADOPT: Share participant generated research plans to utilize SEASR •  INSTALL: Provide detailed instructions on how to install, build components, integrate existing applications, and maintain the SEASR environment •  SUPPORT: Develop plans for resolution of issues raised by the user community in utilization of SEASR •  SUSTAIN: Develop a plan for community driven future development and dissemination of SEASR •  Learn + Adopt + Sustain
  11. 11. SEASR Synergy Technology Scholarly Pathfinders Roadmaps Roadmaps Communities Partnerships Integrated Project Team Requirements Analysis & Specification SESOA Execution Engine University Security International Development & Interaction UIs Government System Integration Data Mining Visualization Community Hub Prototype or Production Research Research Scholarly Applications Discoveries “Infrastructure is a set of practices, standards, technology and cultures that work together to provide a foundation for digital scholarship” Digital Commonwealth 2003
  12. 12. SEASR: Reach + Relevance + Reuse + Repeatability SEASR emphasizes flexibility, scalability, modularity, provides community hub and access to heterogeneous data and computational systems –  Semantic driven environment for SOA interoperability –  Encourages sharing and participation for building communities –  Modular construction allows flows to be modified and configured to encourage reusability within and across domains –  Enables a mashup and integration of tools –  Data-intensive flows can be executed on a simple desktop or a large cluster(s) without modification –  Computation can be created for distributed execution on servers where the content lives –  User accessibility to control trust and compliance with required copyright license of content –  Relies on standardized Resource Description Framework (RDF) to define components and flow
  13. 13. SEASR
Apps
 SEASR
Plugins
 SEASR
Web
Apps
 SEASR
Services
 Meandre
Data‐Intensive
Flows
 SEASR
Components
 Developer
Tools
 Data
 Analy5cs
 Visualiza5on
 Gateway
Connec5ons
 Descrip5ve
Sta5s5cs
 Graphing
 Data
Persistence
 Predic5ve
Modeling
 Modeling
Vis
 Data
Transforma5on
 Discovery
 Info
Vis
(small
mul5ples)
 Natural
Lang
Processing
 Component
Repository
 Component
Discovery
 Meandre
Infrastructure
 Shared
Stores
 File
Systems
 Metadata
Stores
 SOA
Gateways
 Virtualiza5on
Infrastructure

  14. 14. Data Driven Models
  15. 15. Knowledge Discovery in Data
  16. 16. Participant Project Plan •  Participant Project Plan Guide –  Research Objective –  Data Source(s) –  Transformation(s) –  Query, Descriptive, and/or Analysis –  Evaluation – Table, Visualization –  Interaction –  Outcome
  17. 17. Workbench •  Web-based UI •  Components and flows are retrieved from server •  Additional locations of components and flows can be added to server •  Create flow using a graphical drag and drop interface •  Change property values •  Execute the flow
  18. 18. Community Hub
  19. 19. SEASR @ Work – Zotero •  Plugin to Firefox •  Zotero manages the collection •  Launch SEASR Analytics –  Citation Analysis uses the JUNG network importance algorithms to rank the authors in the citation network that is exported as RDF data from Zotero to SEASR –  Zotero Export to Fedora through SEASR –  Saves results from SEASR Analytics to a Collection •  Launch MONK Processing –  MONK DB Ingestion Workflow
  20. 20. SEASR @ Work – Fedora Interactive Web Application Web Service
  21. 21. SEASR @ Work – Entity Mash-up •  Entity Extraction with OpenNLP •  Locations viewed on Google Map •  Dates viewed on Simile Timeline
  22. 22. SEASR @ Work – Audio Analysis •  NEMA: Executes a SEASR flow for each run –  Loads audio data –  Extracts features for every 10 sec moving window of audio –  Loads and applies the models –  Sends results back to the WebUI •  NESTER: Annotation of Audio via Spectral Analysis
  23. 23. SEASR @ Work – MONK Executes flows for each analysis requested –  Predictive modeling using Naïve Bayes –  Predictive modeling using Support Vector Machines (SVM)
  24. 24. SEASR @ Work – DISCUS On-demand usage of •  analytics while surfing –  While navigating request analytics to be performed on page –  Text extraction and cleaning Summarization and key •  work extraction –  List the important terms on the page being analyzed –  Provide relevant short summaries Visual maps •  –  Provide a visual representation of the key concepts –  Show the graph of relations between concepts
  25. 25. SEASR and UIMA : Emotion Tracking Goal is to have this type of Visualization to track emotions across a text document (Leveraging flare.prefuse.org)
  26. 26. Tag Cloud of the RegForm Tags
  27. 27. Tag Cloud of All RegForm Text
  28. 28. Agenda •  Thursday, January 15, 2009 •  10:00am Break •  10:30am SEASR Application Examples and Demonstrations –  Zotero and SEASR, Xavier Llorà, Boris Capitanu –  UIMA and SEASR, Mike Haberman –  Audio Analysis and SEASR (NEMA, NESTER), J. Stephen Downie •  12:00pm Lunch
  29. 29. Pathways to SEASR National Center for Supercomputing Applications! University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The SEASR project and its Meandre infrastructure! are sponsored by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

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