Our Highlights

Based on knowledge technologies Know-Center develops intelligent apps, applications and systems that can be easily integrated in IT infrastructures or products.

Projects

EEXCESS - Enhancing Europe’s eXchange in Cultural Educational and Scientific Resource

EU project 2013

EEXCESS’ vision is to unfold the treasure of cultural, scientific and educational long-tail content for the benefit of all users and to improve the interconnectedness between these three domains. For unfolding this treasure, EEXCESS focuses on the simple principle of bringing the content to the user, instead of brining the…

Know-Center Web site visualisation

national project 2012

In this project we wanted to renew some parts of our website. This mainly included the automatic generation of pages out of our data gathering. This included the areas “Downloads”, “Partner”, “Projects”, “Publications”, “Lectures”, “Dissertations” and “Memberships”. For all categories, we created a main page for getting an overview of…

Semantic Integration of Knowledge Bases

COMET project 2010

The increasing availability of open sources on the Worldwide Web confronts the producers of encyclopedic content with new challenges. The quality of commercially generated and updated content remains a unique selling point. However, with the advent of the semantic Web and Web 2.0, users expect content to be embedded and…

Dynamic work-integrated authoring services for contextualized learning and collaboration

COMET project 2009

This project dealt with the ever increasing dynamics in organizational knowledge sources and structures. The project addressed two issues: First, authoring of content or engineering of knowledge structures is increasingly moved away from professional editors or knowledge engineers to domain experts in organizations who need to quickly convey small pieces…

User context lifecycle in a large real-world learning environment

COMET project 2009

Over the last years TDSP/I2F had introduced an eLearning system, which enhanced their existing comprehensive training offerings. This system offered traditional eLearning services such as learner management, content provision, and discussion forums. During the course of this project the system was technically enhanced by means of additional services (e.g. blogs,…

Knowledge Extraction from Community Based Multimodal Repositories

COMET project 2009

In social tagging environments, users contribute content (news, blogs, pictures, videos, scientific articles etc.) and tag content contributed by themselves or others. The resulting data structures, connecting users, tags and content, are called foksonomies. The idea of the Semantic Web is to describe web content in an unambiguous and machine-readable…

Knowledge Transfer towards Industry

COMET project 2009

It is one of the strategic goals of the Know-Center to introduce newest knowledge management developments to its partners as well as to Austrian Industry and interested public in general. This is also the goal of the present project. From the close and intensive cooperation with its partners the Know-Center…

Semantic Integration of Knowledge Bases

COMET project 2009

The increasing availability of open sources on the Worldwide Web confronts the producers of encyclopedic content with new challenges. The quality of commercially generated and updated content remains a unique selling point. However, with the advent of the semantic Web and Web 2.0, users expect content to be embedded and…

iMarket 2007

Kplus project 2007

Web 2.0, Social Software, Collective Intelligence and Service oriented Architectures are big trends in the "new" web's development. There are arising many new possibilities for the development, the application and utilization of content and services. The goal of this project is to apply some of these techniques to the field…

APOSDLE – A new way to work, learn and collaborate

EU project 2006

Lifelong Learning has become an essential ingredient for success within our knowledge society. The EU project APOSDLE develops a software platform and tools to support you to learn @ work: Learn within the context of your immediate work and within your current work environment. The new Advanced Process- Oriented Self-…

InfoSky: Visualisation of Hierarchical Knowledge Spaces

Kplus project 2002

Employing today’s standard means of navigation and visualisation for large knowledge spaces, the identification of trends, relations and similarities between documents or search results is no trivial task. Knowledge Management Systems add to the problem by structuring documents in hierarchies, which are even less suited for explorative analysis in standard…

DocClass - Market Study

Kplus project 2002

Main target of this project was to compare the text categorization systems from different companies and the last year developed prototype Know-CAESaC (Classification by Automatic Extraction of Semantics and Content). Focusing on the evaluation for adoption in Knowledge Management Systems, all aspects of text categorization regarding Knowledge Management are covered.…

Recommend - People-Locator and Recommender Systems

Kplus project 2002

The objective of the recommend project is to meet retrieval needs of users in complex knowledge spaces. Experience has shown that it is important for users to be able to assess which knowledge carriers within the system are "similar" or "complementary" to others. Knowledge carriers can be users as well…

Semantic Web

Kplus project 2001

The World Wide Web is growing every day and every day it becomes harder for its users to find the content they are looking for. Semantic Web activities aim on changing this by organizing and adding semantics to Web data so that it can be analysed and reasoned on by…

eLearning as a Completion of traditional Training Methods in Computing Instruction

Kplus project 2001

The project is carried out as a bilateral project with a well-known training institute specialized in computing instruction. Its preferred teaching method consists in conventional instruction, that is seminars in which a trainer teaches a group of learners the focal topics of the domain with the participants learning in front…

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