The Semantic Puzzle

The Semantic Puzzle is our weblog for news from research, product development and projects.

  • Automatic Semantic Tagging for Drupal CMS launched

    28. November 2014, by Thomas Thurner

    REEEP [1] and CTCN [2] have recently launched Climate Tagger, a new tool to automatically scan, label, sort and catalogue datasets and document collections. Climate Tagger now incorporates a Drupal Module for automatic annotation of Drupal content nodes. Climate Tagger addresses knowledge-driven organizations in the climate and development arenas, providing automated functionality to streamline, catalogue and link their Climate Compatible Development data and information resources.

    Climate Tagger

    Climate Tagger for Drupal is a simple, FREE and easy-to-use way to integrate the well-known Reegle Tagging API [3], originally developed in 2011 with the

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  • Introducing the Linked Data Business Cube

    28. November 2014, by Tassilo Pellegrini

    With the increasing availability of semantic data on the World Wide Web and its reutilization for commercial purposes, questions arise about the economic value of interlinked data and business models that can be built on top of it. The Linked Data Business Cube provides a systematic approach to conceptualize business models for Linked Data assets. Similar to an OLAP Cube, the Linked Data Business Cube provides an integrated view on stakeholders (x-axis), revenue models (y-axis) and Linked Data assets (z-axis), thus allowing to systematically investigate the specificities of various Linked Data business models.

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  • SEMANTiCS – the emergence of a European Marketplace for the Semantic Web

    08. September 2014, by Thomas Thurner

    SEMANTiCS conference celebrated its 10th anniversary this September in Leipzig. And this year’s venue has been capable of opening a new age for the Semantic Web in Europe - a marketplace for the next generation of semantic technologies was born.

    semantics-2014-leipzig

    As Phil Archer stated in his key note, the Semantic Web is now mature, and academia and industry can be proud of the achievements so far. And exactly that fact gave the thread for the conference: Real world use cases demonstrated by industry representatives, new and already running applied projects presented by the leading consortia in the field and a vivid academia showing the next ideas and developments in the field. So this

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