Semantic Assistants


“Semantic Assistants” refers to a project or system that uses semantic technologies to provide assistance or support to users in content retrieval, analysis, and development. This could involve the use of natural language processing, text mining, and other techniques to understand and interpret the meaning of user requests and provide relevant information or recommendations in response. It is possible that “Semantic Assistants” is a term used to refer to a specific software application or system, or it could be a general term used to describe a class of tools or technologies that use semantic techniques to assist users in various tasks.

Semantic Software is a research laboratory, which seems to focus on applications of semantic computing, text mining, linked data, natural language processing, and information extraction. It is involved in developing software tools and resources related to taxonomy, ontology, and knowledge graphs.



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Bringing Summarization to End Users: Semantic Assistants for Integrating NLP Web Services and Desktop Clients (invited talk) R Witte – on Automatic Text Summarization 2011, 2011 – E-mails, memos, web sites, news, research papers, reports, and so on: everybody has too  much too read and too little time. For more than a decade now, summarization has been  promising to support users in dealing with large amounts of textual content–helping to … View as HTML

[PDF] from [PDF] Natural Language Processing for MediaWiki: The Semantic Assistants Approach B Sateli, R Witte – Proceedings of the 8th International Symposium …, 2012 – ABSTRACT We present a novel architecture for the integration of Natural Language  Processing (NLP) capabilities into wiki systems. The vision is that of a new generation of  wikis that can help developing their own primary content and organize their structure by … View as HTML

[CITATION] Semantic Assistants R Witte, N Papadakis, T Gitzinger – 2009 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from Semantic Assistants–User-Centric Natural Language Processing Services for Desktop Clients R Witte, T Gitzinger – The Semantic Web, 2008 – Springer Today’s knowledge workers have to spend a large amount of time and manual effort on  creating, analyzing, and modifying textual content. While more advanced semantically- oriented analysis techniques have been developed in recent years, they have not yet … Cited by 9 Related articles All 6 versions

[HTML] from [HTML] Semantic text mining support for lignocellulose research MJ Meurs, C Murphy, I Morgenstern… – … and Decision Making, 2012 – … retrieval). The use of the Semantic Assistants architecture [19] allows us to provide semantic analysis services directly within desktop applications, by leveraging standard SOAP Web services and OWL service descriptions. thumbnail … Cached

[PDF] from Semantic text mining for lignocellulose research MJ Meurs, C Murphy, I Morgenstern, N Naderi… – Proceedings of the …, 2011 – … results, we rely on standard semantic data formats, like OWL and RDF, which provide both loose coupling and semantic integration, as new data can be browsed and queried as soon as it is added to the framework (Figure 1). The use of the Semantic Assistants architecture [23 … Cited by 1 Related articles All 2 versions

[PDF] from Intelligent software development environments: integrating natural language processing with the eclipse platform R Witte, B Sateli, N Khamis, J Rilling – Advances in Artificial Intelligence, 2011 – Springer … a widely used software IDE. It allows to execute NLP analysis pipelines through the Semantic Assistants frame- work, a service-oriented architecture for brokering NLP services based on GATE. We demonstrate a number of … Related articles All 4 versions

[HTML] from [HTML] Automated extraction and semantic analysis of mutation impacts from the biomedical literature N Naderi, R Witte – BMC Genomics, 2012 – … below. Web Service invocation. To use our pipelines as a web service, we created OWL service descriptions for the Semantic Assistants framework [35]. … ontology. Both services can then be deployed in a Semantic Assistants server. … Cited by 2 Cached

[PDF] from Integrating Wiki Systems, Natural Language Processing, and Semantic Technologies for Cultural Heritage Data Management R Witte, T Kappler, R Krestel… – Language Technology for …, 2011 – Springer … Fig. 1 shows how these and the remaining components are systematically assembled to form the overall Semantic Assistants architecture of our system [23]. Writer Plugin Web Client Tier 1: Clients Tier 4: Resources … Cited by 1 Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from Semantic content access using domain-independent NLP ontologies R Witte, R Krestel – Natural Language Processing and Information Systems, 2010 – Springer … 3 Implementation Our implementation is based on the Semantic Assistants design [7], which allows bringing the results of NLP analysis to a connected desktop client (like a word processor or a Web browser) through semantic Web services. … Related articles All 7 versions

[PDF] from [PDF] Enhancing the OpenOffice. org Word Processor with Natural Language Processing Capabilities T Gitzinger, R Witte – … Processing resources, algorithms and tools for …, 2008 – … oriented architecture. Semantic Assistants can now provide services such as information extraction, question-answering, index generation, or automatic summarization directly within an end user’s application. 1. Introduction … Cited by 4 Related articles View as HTML All 8 versions

[PDF] from A general architecture for connecting nlp frameworks and desktop clients using web services R Witte, T Gitzinger – Natural Language and Information Systems, 2008 – Springer … The user is not concerned with the implementation or integration of these ser- vices, from his point of view he only sees context-sensitive Semantic Assistants relevant for his task at hand, which aid him in content analysis and development. 2 Related Work … Cited by 2 Related articles BL Direct All 6 versions

[PDF] from [PDF] Open Mutation Miner (OMM) R Witte, N Naderi – 2012 – … omm-query. OMM Web Services. OMM can be run as a Web service: Towards this end, an OWL service description for the Semantic Assistants framework is included in the release distribution. This allows to remotely … View as HTML

[PDF] from [PDF] Guide for Users and Developers R Witte, N Naderi, T Kappler – 2011 – … Towards this end, an OWL service description for the Semantic Assistants framework1 is included in the OrganismTagger distribution. 2.1. Web Service Configuration To run the OrganismTagger as a web service, you need to have the Semantic Assistants server installed. … Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions

[PDF] from [PDF] The Development Process of the Semantic Web and Web Ontology K Vanitha, K Yasudha, KN Soujanya… – … -International Journal of …, 2011 – … The various applications include B2B E-Commerce, Bio-informatics, Tourism, personal semantic assistants etc., The Semantic Web activity statement of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C)[2] describes the Semantic web as an extension of the current web in which … Cited by 1 Related articles View as HTML All 4 versions

[CITATION] SODA: A Service Oriented Data A Framework – Semi-Automatic Ontology …, 2012 – Information Science Reference

[BOOK] The Semantic Web: 3rd Asian Semantic Web Conference, ASWC 2008, Bangkok, Thailand, December 8-11, 2008: Proceedings J Domingue, C Anutariya – 2008 – … Conceptualizing and Annotating Tables….. 345 Stephen Lynn and David W. Embley Semantic Assistants–User-Centric Natural: Language Processing Services for Desktop Clients….. 360 Rene Witte and … Library Search All 2 versions

[PDF] from A General Architecture to Enhance Wiki Systems with Natural Language Processing Techniques B Sateli – 2012 – … 17 2.5 The Semantic Assistants Architecture . . . . . 19 2.5.1 System Overview . . . . . … 49 5.1.3 A Semantic Assistants Wiki Component . . . . . 51 5.1.4 A Proxy Server Component . . . . . 52 … Cited by 1

Agent-based messaging system for m-learning B Kozina, V Glavinic, L Kraljevic – … , 2006. MELECON 2006. …, 2006 – … It is important for any semantic system that seeks to have participation by non-technical people to satisfy design principles of instant gratification, gradual adoption and ease of use [2]. This requirement implicates the existence of personal semantic assistants that act semi … Cited by 4 Related articles All 5 versions

[PDF] from [PDF] Automated Extraction of Protein Mutation Impacts from the Biomedical Literature N Naderi – 2011 – Page 1. AUTOMATED EXTRACTION OF PROTEIN MUTATION IMPACTS FROM THE BIOMEDICAL LITERATURE NONA NADERI A THESIS IN THE DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER SCIENCE AND SOFTWARE ENGINEERING … Cited by 2 Related articles View as HTML

[PDF] from [PDF] RESEARCH ON KNOWLEDGE REPRESENTATION MARKUP LANGUAGE FOR THE SEMANTIC WEB S Jun-feng, Z Wei-ming, X Wei-dong – 2003 – … these resources descriptions are information to machine, machine can make use of these resources descriptions to realize many hard applications of today, such as business-to-business electronic commerce, bioinformatic knowledge grid, personal semantic assistants, or more … Related articles View as HTML All 2 versions