Gary Wills

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Title Keyword(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Requirements for semantic web applications in engineering Proceedings of the ASME Design Engineering Technical Conference English 2010 In this paper we describe some applications of Semantic Web technologies for the engineering design community. Specifically, we use Semantic Wikis to form a central knowledge base, which other applications then refer to. The developed applications include an advisor for performing Computational Fluid Dynamics simulations, a Semantic search engine, and an assistant for airfoil design. In the conclusions we discuss lessons learned and subsequently requirements for future systems. Copyright 0 0
Enhancing Grid Service Discovery with a Semantic Wiki and the Concept Matching Approach Grid Service Discovery
Semantic wiki
Concept Matching
SKG English 2009 0 0
Semantics on demand: Can a Semantic Wiki replace a knowledge base? New Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia English 2008 0 0
Community tools for repurposing learning objects Community of practice
Contextual metadata
Learning objects
Lecture Notes in Computer Science English 2007 A critical success factor for the reuse of learning objects is the ease by which they may be repurposed in order to enable reusability in a different teaching context from which they were originally designed. The current generation of tools for creating, storing, describing and locating learning objects are best suited for users with technical expertise. Such tools are an obstacle to teachers who might wish to perform alterations to learning objects in order to make them suitable for their context. In this paper we describe a simple set of tools to enable practitioners to adapt the content of existing learning objects and to store and modify metadata describing the intended teaching context of these learning objects. We are deploying and evaluating these tools within the UK language teaching community. 0 0