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Concordia University
Montréal, Canada

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Wiki-NLP Integration at the WikiSym'12 Conference


WikiSym is an international symposium on wikis and open collaborative techniques, mainly focused on wiki research and practice. Back in 2007, we coined the term "self-aware" wiki systems in our paper submitted to the WikiSym '07, fostering the idea that the integration of Natural Language Processing (NLP) techniques within wiki systems allows the wiki systems to read, understand, transform, and even write their own content, as well as supporting their users in information analysis and content development. Now after a few years, we have realized this idea through an open service-oriented architecture.

Text Mining Assistants in Wikis at Biocuration2012

Last week we presented our integration of Text Mining Assistants in Wikis at Biocuration2012, the Conference of the International Society for Biocuration.

Semantic Assistants at IBM CASCON 2011


Last week I presented our Semantic Assistants Eclipse plug-in at the IBM Conference of Advances studies in Markham, Ontario. CASCON is a conference hosted by IBM's Centre for Advanced Studies (CAS) in partnership with NSERC with the goal of showcasing various research projects in progress by individuals in academia, industry and the general public.

Intelligent Software Development Environments: Integrating Natural Language Processing with the Eclipse Platform

Butz, C., and P. Lingras (Eds.), Witte, R., B. Sateli, N. Khamis, and J. Rilling, "Intelligent Software Development Environments: Integrating Natural Language Processing with the Eclipse Platform", 24th Canadian Conference on Artificial Intelligence (Canadian AI 2011), vol. 6657, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada : Springer-Verlag, pp. 408–419, May 25–27, 2011.

ASWC 2008

I presented two papers at ASWC 2008 in Bangkok. One was my own: Ralf Krestel, Ling Chen -
"The Art of Tagging: Measuring the Quality of Tags" and the other was Rene's: Rene Witte, Thomas Gitzinger -
"Semantic Assistants – User-Centric Natural Language Processing Services for Desktop Clients". Attached a photo of myself explaining the future work for the semantic assistants :) Nice conference, nice people, nice country and - compared to Canada and Germany - very nice weather!
Presentation at ASWC 08Presentation at ASWC 08

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