living human digital library project full details
Professor of Computer Science
Participant(s):John Domingue, Stefania Galizia, Dave Lambert
Timeline:01 Feb 2006 - 31 Jan 2009
Living Human Digital Library
Technical infrastructure for the Living Human Project
LHDL is a STREP Project under the European Commission's 6th Framework Programme. It starts in February 2006 and runs for 3 years.
The major mission of LHDL is to further develop interactive digital library services to access collections of complex biomedical data on the musculoskeletal apparatus.
LHDL aims to create the technical infrastructure for the Living Human Project (LHP). LHP will create a silico model of the human musculo-skeletal apparatus wich can predict how mechanical forces are exchanged internally and externally, from the whole body down to the protein level. This model should be designed as an infrastructure that can be updated and extended whenever new data and algorithms become available. LHDL aims to develop this infrastructure.
09 Mar 2009
29 Oct 2008
23 Apr 2008
17 Oct 2006
20 Mar 2006
Lambert, D. and Domingue, J. (2010) Photorealistic Semantic Web Service Groundings: Unifying RESTful and XML-RPC Groundings Using Rules, with an Application to Flickr, The 4th International Web Rule Symposium (RULEML 2010), Alexandria, VA, USA
Lambert, D. and Domingue, J. (2008) Grounding semantic web services with rules, Workshop: Semantic Web Applications and Perspectives, Rome, Italy
Galizia, S., Gugliotta, A. and Pedrinaci, C. (2008) A Formal Model for Classifying Trusted Semantic Web Services, Asian Semantic Web Conference (ASWC), Bangkok - Thailand
Galizia, S. and Gugliotta, A. (2008) A Framework for Selecting Trusted Semantic Web Services, Future Internet Symposium, Vienna - Austria
Galizia, S., Gugliotta, A., Pedrinaci, C. and Domingue, J. (2007) Applying Semantic Web Services, Workshop: 4th Italian Semantic Web Workshop - Semantic Web Applications and Perspectives (SWAP 2007), Bari - Italy