akt project full details
Professor of Knowledge Technologies
Timeline:01 Oct 2000 - 30 Sep 2006
Advanced Knowledge Technologies
The AKT project aims to develop the next generation of knowledge technologies to support organizational knowledge management. AKT will look at all aspects of knowledge management from acquiring and maintaining knowledge to publishing and sharing it. We intend to address all these closely related issues in an integrated approach, making use of recent developments in artificial intelligence, psychology, linguistics, multimedia and Internet technology. The AKT consortium comprises five UK universities and is funded by a 7M GBP, 6-year EPSRC grant in the context of the Interdisciplinary Research Collaborations programme.
09 Dec 2004
18 Oct 2004
22 Sep 2003
30 Mar 2001
07 Nov 2000
Pasin, M. and Motta, E. (2011) Ontological requirements for annotation and navigation of philosophical resources, Synthese, 182, 2, pp. 235-267, Springer Netherlands
Uren, V., Sabou, M., Motta, E., Fernández, M., Lopez, V. and Lei, Y. (2010) Reflections on Five Years of Evaluating Semantic Search Systems, International Journal of Metadata, Semantics and Ontologies (IJMSO), 5, 2, pp. 87-98
Heath, T. and Motta, E. (2008) Revyu: Linking reviews and ratings into the Web of Data, Journal of Web Semantics, 6, 4, pp. 266-273, Elsevier
Zhu, J., Eisenstadt, M., Gonçalves, A., Denham, C., Uren, V. and Song, D. (2007) Social Search With Missing Data: Which Ranking Algorithm?, Journal of Digital Information Management special issue on Web Information Retrieval, eds. Pit.Pichappan, Keith van Rijsbergen, and Iadh Ounis, Digital Information Research Foundation
Dzbor, M., Motta, E. and Domingue, J. (2007) Magpie: Experiences in supporting Semantic Web browsing, Journal of Web Semantics: Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web, 5, 3, pp. 204-222, Elsevier B.V.