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AKT Project Gathering

Chris Valentine, Thursday 06 February 2003 | Annotate
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The AKT project is an Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration funded by the UK’s Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council. Its six-year, multi-million pound programme brings together internationally-recognised research groups from the Universities of Southampton, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Sheffield and the Open University under the directorship of Professor Nigel Shadbolt, to develop and extend a range of technologies to provide integrated methods and services through the knowledge lifecycle of capture, modelling, reuse, publishing and maintenance; services taking knowledge from cradle to grave.

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