[deepamehta-devel] Apache Stanbol

Dirk Weissenborn dirk.weissenborn at googlemail.com
Mi Mär 14 01:24:12 CET 2012

OH right,
mixed that up, have read about it a few months ago, cunfusion. Anyway, it
is actually the other way round, and they can definitely coexist. I think
it is a nice feature.

2012/3/14 Jörg Richter <jri at deepamehta.de>

> No, the use of Stanbol has not yet been discussed. As far as I understand
> Stanbol's focus is to automatically enrich existing content with
> "semantics" by the means of several "enhancement engines". This focus is
> almost contrary to the goal of DeepaMehta which is to set the *user* in the
> position to think, to reason, and to create. We see the main challenge not
> in clever algorithms but in the design of configurable task-oriented user
> interfaces.
> We think automatic reasoning and automatic extraction of semantics is of
> very limited use for the needs of the knowledge worker. We even think the
> sole use of terms "reasoning" and "semantics" in conjunction with
> "automatization" is misleading and ignores their original meaning which
> belongs to the human realm and is not applicable to dead matter like a
> computer.
> However, everybody can use the DeepaMehta framework to develop a module
> for every use case you can think of. The DM platform might run a "Semantics
> Extraction" 3rd-party module which in turn could be build on Apache
> Stanbol. We think the DM data model is well equipped for every kind of
> knowledge representation. In fact it is more expressive than e.g. RDF as it
> incorporates concepts like composition, aggregation, and cardinality.
> What we do discussing for the moment is to redesign the DM model with RDF
> as lowest layer and to express the specialities, e.g. DM's ISO Topic Maps
> flavor as an RDF vocabulary. This could be done by building e.g. on the
> Sesame or Jena frameworks.
> http://www.openrdf.org/
> http://incubator.apache.org/jena/
> Thank you for your question and the Stanbol hint!
> Welcome to the list!
> Cheers,
> Jörg
> On Mar 13, 2012, at 23:17, Dirk Weissenborn wrote:
> > Hey,
> >
> > just wanted to ask whether it was already discussed or not to build
> Deepametha on top of Apache Stanbol as Knowledge Management System. In this
> way Deepametha could focus on more Detailed problems for knowledge
> representation.
> >
> > http://incubator.apache.org/stanbol/index.html
> >
> > cheers
> > dirk
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