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SoftWiki

SoftWiki – distributed, end-user-centred Requirements Engineering for evolutionary Software Development
National Research Project, funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research, part of the research initiative “Software Engineering 2006”


OntoWiki

OntoWiki is a semantic collaboration platform implementing the Web 2.0 idea which focuses on an architecture of participation for the collaborative development of Semantic Web knowledge bases. Onto Wiki is implemented as an alternative user interface for Powl and included in the latest Powl distribution.


Impact: more than 8.000 downloads of the OntoWiki software (since 2004) / 773 in Sep 2007, on average 3.000 monthly visitors at http://Ontowiki.net, serving a broad variety of industrial and academic users.


Triplify

Triplify tackles the chicken-and-egg problem of the Semantic Web by providing a building block for the “semantification” of Web applications. Triplify provides small, light-weight plugins for database-backed Web applications and exposes semantics as RDF, Linked Data and JSON.


DL-Learner

DL-Learner is a tool for learning concepts in Description Logics (DLs) from user-provided examples. Equivalently, it can be used to learn classes in OWL ontologies from selected objects. The goal of DL-Learner is to support knowledge engineers in constructing knowledge and learning about the data they created.


xOperator

xOperator combines advantages of social network websites with instant messaging. It tries to be a semantic agent for xmpp / jabber network, which finds and shares content about resources (using RDF/SPARQL) for you and your jabber friends.

Powl

Powl is a Semantic Web application development framework featuring a comprehensive API for handling RDF, RDFS and OWL, a library of semantic widgets and a web-based user interface. Powl is implemented for the most widely deployed web application environment: PHP and My SQL. Powl has been downloaded over 3.000 times and has an active developer and user community.


IJG JPEG software

The Independent JPEG Group (IJG) is responsible for the reference implementation of the original JPEG standard. The reference software from the Independent JPEG Group was a key to the success of the original JPEG standard and has found widespread adoption in applications of image coding. Particularly, all contemporary digital photo cameras support the capture of images in JPEG format as the common medium for image interchange, and all image viewers, image editors, and Web browsers can display JPEG images as common standard.
Version 9 of the Independent JPEG Group software is currently in development and is planned for release in January 2013.



 
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Letzte Änderung: 2012-05-24 10:04:56 von Andrej Werner