Successful Review for Dot.KomVictoria Uren, Thursday 09 June 2005 | Annotate
Today the Dot.Kom project came to a very successful conclusion with the reviewers awarding a top score of 5 for 7 out of 14 features, including technical quality, and an average overall of 4.6. The project investigated the use of automatic information extraction in knowledge management. The project was coordinated by Fabio Ciravegna at the University of Sheffield and the other academic partners were KMi, University of Karlsruhe (Germany), ITC Irst (Italy) and the KM consultants Ontoprise (Germany), Quinary (Italy). Congratulations and thanks to everyone who participated. We look forward to a continuing fruitful collaboration.