Georg Buscher

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Georg Buscher is an author.

Publications

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Title Keyword(s) Published in Language DateThis property is a special property in this wiki. Abstract R C
Contextualized Knowledge Acquisition in a Personal Semantic Wiki EKAW English 2008 0 0
Mymory: enhancing a semantic wiki with context annotations ESWC English 2008 0 0
Using attention and context information for annotations in a semantic wiki CEUR Workshop Proceedings English 2008 For document-centric work, meta-information in form of annotations has proven useful to enhance search and other retrieval tasks. Since creating annotations manually is a lot of work, it is desirable to also tap less obtrusive sources of meta-information such as the user's context (projects the user is working on, currently relevant topics, etc.) and attention information (what text passages did the user read?). The Mymory project uses the semantic wiki Kaukolu that allows storing attention and context information in addition to standard semantic wiki metadata. Attention annotations are generated automatically using an eyetracker. All types of annotations get enriched with contextual information gathered by a context elicitation component. In this paper, an overview of the Mymory system is presented. 0 0
User-centered consultation by a society of agents Agents
Consultation system
Diagnosis
Distributed knowledge acquisition
Knowledge-based systems
Wiki-systems
Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Knowledge Capture, K-CAP'05 English 2005 User-centered consultation systems can be viewed as systems with trust in the competence of the user, whereas conventional knowledge systems are often based on some mistrust. By offering a variety of formal and informal diagnostic services mediated by flexible agents, the user solves his or her problem by asking the agents for specific information complementary to his or her knowledge. The development process is flexible enough to build minimalist Wiki-like informal systems very quickly, which can be incrementally refined and formalized in a distributed manner. The approach is demonstrated with two case studies. Copyright 2005 ACM. 0 0