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Oct 13rd 2009.
this is the main page of Fortunata's wiki page. On the left side of this page you can see links to OMEMO and VPOET, the testing applications developed under the Fortunata's phylosophy.
The Fortunata's code is available at Google Code
What is Fortunata?
This work focuses on two aspects. The first one is how to simplify the process of semantic contents creation. The second one is how human users can easily obtain some benefit from these semantic contents. In either aspect we consider that users have null or minimal knowledge about Semantic Web technologies. To leverage the former we take advantage of wikis, one of the most successful approaches in the last years. On top of JSPWiki infrastructure we have built a semantic layer, called Fortunata, to create Semantic Web applications. To deal with the latter, we have designed a collaborative Fortunata-based tool to create visualization templates for ontology elements (namely VPOET). These templates are published as semantic data, so that they can be used by HCI agents ("semantic agents"). Also, a HTTP GET/POST channel has been created. Human users can use this channel to get access to the semantic templates or query about “the most appropriated” visualization for a given user profile. This user profile contains data about the interactive impairments of the user, its interaction device, or its aesthetical preferences.
Over this HTTP Channel, a Google Gadget has been created. See VPOET Google Gadget
This is the big picture of Fortunata and their parties.
Starting overIf you are new about wiki syntax, this is a sandbox where you can play with JSPWiki sintax. Enjoy!
If you are a developer interested in creating semantic web applications, have a look at the Developers tutorial
[#1] R. H. Warren and C. O. J. Baker, "Ontologies: Where are we at?" presented at Knowledge-Based Bioinformatics Workshop, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, 2005.
[#2] L. Ding, T. Finin, A. Joshi, R. Pan, R. S. Cost, Y. Peng, P. Reddivari, V. Doshi, and J. Sachs, "Swoogle: a search and metadata engine for the semantic web", Proceedings of the Thirteenth ACM Conference on Information and Knowledge Management, pp. 652-659, 2004.
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