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Semantic Email: Adding Lightweight Data Manipulation Capabilities to the Email Habitat

Oren Etzioni, Alon Y. Halevy, Henry M. Levy, Luke K. McDowell
2003 International Workshop on the Web and Databases  
FORMAL MODEL OF SEMANTIC EMAIL PROCESSES AE V E9 B p1 39 I W1 (P ©¥ dI 41 B wÎ E¤ rv r) C) @¥ d9 ' r¥ s) C) @¥ d' r¥ 9 D I 31 r bI !)  ...  1 H9 qu ¦ 3 EP c D£ E¥ ¨ YI Y 2 E# D£ 4 CB p1 H9 | D1 c ) @6 8¥ s x A I v¥ b YI v HP EP ©9 ¥ s) ) k¥ 3y ©y Yu p 0c TS @Ð (c TÑ dÒ dR bp gÓ #Ð (Y @p qU %G @W bI dH aG Ó kc Ph 0Õ °xy • x¥ D9 D I C) @¥  ... 
dblp:conf/webdb/EtzioniHLM03 fatcat:5grg7fqoqzdahnap2jqz2j63xy

Bridging the Semantic Web and NoSQL Worlds: Generic SPARQL Query Translation and Application to MongoDB [chapter]

Franck Michel, Catherine Faron-Zucker, Johan Montagnat
2019 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
It offers a unified data model that allows building upon countless existing vocabularies and domain ontologies, while benefiting from Semantic Web's reasoning capabilities.  ...  When applied to existing JSON documents, a JSON-LD profile can be considered as a lightweight method to interpret JSON data as RDF.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-58664-8_5 fatcat:ixku3mam5zdclftctvv4jmkx7m

Email flow awareness and deferral strategies

Nelson Siu
2006
This thesis finally makes the recommendation that future interface improvements should provide more flexible and lightweight mechanisms for integrating email into the user's workflow.  ...  Interface logs were used to explore the defer action further and identified two types of email deferral: intra-session and inter-session deferral.  ...  Later in this chapter, the importance of these capabilities will be discussed and a potential solution for solving them presented. Lightweight vs.  ... 
doi:10.14288/1.0064895 fatcat:csrk5mp5ujhylkwdc6i2at7tz4

The Design and Deployment of an End-to-end IoT Infrastructure for the Natural Environment [article]

Vatsala Nundloll, Barry Porter, Gordon Blair, Jack Cosby, Bridget Emmett, Ben Winterbourn, Graham Dean, Philip Beattie, Rory Shaw, Davey Jones, Dave Chadwick, Mike Brown, Wayne Shelley (+1 others)
2019 arXiv   pre-print
Working closely with hydrologists, soil scientists and animal behaviour scientists, we successfully deployed and utilised a system to deliver integrated information across these two fields in the first  ...  We describe the design of this system, its requirements and operational effectiveness for hydrological, soil and ethological scientists, and our experiences from building, maintaining and using the deployment  ...  to habitat monitoring.  ... 
arXiv:1901.06270v1 fatcat:x2cnsf5uvjau5kkcrof7l5fray

Internet of things-based smart classroom environment

Amir Atabekov
2016 Proceedings of the 31st Annual ACM Symposium on Applied Computing - SAC '16  
We developed a special protocol to handle communication and data flow of localization between smart chairs and the master node.  ...  Another valuable proposition is to treat physical chairs as "smart" devices, which can report their occupancy, user information, and duration of presence to a cloud data store.  ...  JSON is a lightweight alternative to XML format.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2851613.2852011 dblp:conf/sac/Atabekov16 fatcat:u6e744yznbg2jjqvxq5xim6ozy

Social and temporal structures in everyday collaboration

Danyel Fisher, Paul Dourish
2004 Proceedings of the 2004 conference on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '04  
While in this implementation it was used as a record of each time that data was added to the system, it more generally allows the system to know more about what sorts of data it can expect to find in the  ...  This section briefly highlights all the major manipulations that could be done on this view, separated by user tasks: Data Filtering Tools Data filtering tools allow users to examine the data at both  ...  These two entries are stored in a table that connects the message to the A "MiniMailEntryCollection" is a data structure that points to a database and the query functions that access it.  ... 
doi:10.1145/985692.985762 dblp:conf/chi/FisherD04 fatcat:cx2jwuz3uvaino7vsayjbdo2zm

Information scraps

Michael Bernstein, Max Van Kleek, David Karger, M. C. Schraefel
2008 ACM Transactions on Information Systems  
How might PIM applications be better designed to accommodate and support information scraps' creation, manipulation and retrieval?  ...  of unusual data.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to thank the participants and pilot testers for their time, energy, and willingness to share their personal information.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1402256.1402263 fatcat:fwemfmwq2rbivkxe6eqcoanmum

Ubiquitous Semantic Applications [chapter]

Timofey Ermilov, Ali Khalili, Sören Auer
Mobile Computing and Wireless Networks  
User interface provides a means of input, allowing the users to manipulate a system and output, allowing the system to indicate the e↵ects of the users' manipulation.  ...  The main problem of fat client approaches, in development of ubiquitous semantic applications, is to provide the same capabilities as the original data provider (e.g.  ...  In order to achieve this requirement, we decided to encode as much data processing as possible in terms of user extensible rules.  ... 
doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-8751-6.ch012 fatcat:hmymzh4cxnhv7gcedcw2agtiqe

A Web-Based Java Framework for Cross-Platform Mobile GIS and Remote Sensing Applications

Ming-Hsiang Tsou, Liang Guo, Anthony Howser
2005 GIScience & Remote Sensing  
Additional acknowledgment is extended to John Kaiser, the REASoN program coordinator, and Douglas Stow, the REASoN project Principal Investigator.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors wish to acknowledge that significant portions of the content discussed herein stem from the research of two projects: "A Border Security Decision Support System" (NASA REASoN  ...  The JAI API library was used to develop image manipulation functions including semantic zooming, smooth panning, geo-linking viewers, contrast/brightness adjustment, minimum-maximum stretching, feature  ... 
doi:10.2747/1548-1603.42.4.333 fatcat:4higjjdpgfcibdj2a7bqla2zbe

Activity Explorer: Activity-centric collaboration from research to product

W. Geyer, M. J. Muller, M. T. Moore, E. Wilcox, L.-T. Cheng, B. Brownholtz, C. Hill, D. R. Millen
2006 IBM Systems Journal  
An- other goal is to deliver a new, lightweight, and general-purpose activity-management client that supports the collaborative capabilities of AE ad hoc activities, but also incorporates the latest work  ...  and the files they are manipulating in the IDE.  ... 
doi:10.1147/sj.454.0713 fatcat:bo52joixwzhtznbteg4iqnwtbu

Proceedings of The First Danish Human-Computer Interaction Research Symposium, Aarhus, Denmark, 27. November 2001

Olav Bertelsen
2001 DAIMI Report Series  
The primary motivation for this effort has been to stimulate networking and to create an overview of recent Danish HCI research.  ...  The present proceedings consist of the 25 extended abstracts accepted for the symposium, presenting a very broad range of work, characteristic for Danish HCI research.  ...  We are indebt to Maersk Sealand for inviting us onboard and for actively supporting us during data collection and interpretation.  ... 
doi:10.7146/dpb.v30i555.7112 fatcat:karu3rhcnvfk5bmefo4a5p4lym

State Of The Art Analysis Report

Miguel Ángel Esbrí
2014 Zenodo  
This document is the "State of the art analysis report" deliverable and its main objective is to collect information about standards, existing technologies, architectures and systems developed in other  ...  projects, as well as initia-tives and policies and data sources repositories (specially at local, national and European level) which are relevant for defining and implementing the different aspects of  ...  .  Data Manipulation Services (DMS) provide functions for data manipulation and are designed to be an extensible framework, where users can add new services and discover them using Service Register based  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.200497 fatcat:otpyumabc5fbpgqmixtgmt7hli

Crowdsourcing Natural History Archives: Tools for Extracting Transcriptions and Data

Katherine A. Mika, Joseph De Veer, Constance Rinaldo
2017 Biodiversity Informatics  
Archival manuscript items are the key case studies reviewed to develop a set of tools for the Biodiversity Heritage Library for use in enhancing access to and extraction information from items in scientific  ...  This paper is a survey of the landscape of current, successful, and innovative platforms for extracting full text transcriptions and structured data using crowdsourcing as a tool.  ...  The library is adding manuscript collections to its collection in order to expose hidden and often encrypted observation and occurrence data.  ... 
doi:10.17161/bi.v12i0.6646 fatcat:njqft3mk7je63odxfg2cvx5eja

Searching Community-built Semantic Web Resources to Support Personal Media Annotation

Annett Mitschick, Ronny Winkler, Klaus Meißner
unpublished
This paper addresses conceptual and technical issues of Web search within community-built Semantic Web content to retrieve useful information for personal media annotation.  ...  As a sample application, we deployed the component within our ontology-based media management system, including evaluation and remarks on quantity and quality of search results with regard to community-built  ...  Acknowledgments The author would like to thank his colleagues Christine Müller and Normen Müller, as well as his advisor Michael Kohlhase, for productive discussions and for supporting his work, and the  ... 
fatcat:dgqmo6dw4ng3jf7sp6x3xkjdwy

CrimeSPOT : A language and runtime for developing active wireless sensor network applications

Coen De Roover, Christophe Scholliers, Wouter Amerijckx, Theo D'Hondt, Wolfgang De Meuter
2013 Science of Computer Programming  
Unique to CrimeSPOT is its support for associating application-specific semantics with events that carry sensor readings.  ...  We provide a comprehensive overview of the language and the implementation of its accompanying runtime. The latter comprises several extensions to the Rete forward chaining algorithm.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors thank everyone who contributed to the Crime inference engine upon which CrimeSPOT builds: Eline Philips and Stijn Mostinckx.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.scico.2012.07.018 fatcat:6dbxocdqjrdovbqzt76csm73cq
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