September 25, 2012
by Mihaly
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Lessons Learnt while working with Apache Stanbol

In this post I will summarize the experiences I earned while developing various Enhancement Engines for Stanbol in the framework of an EAP project. If you are following this blog, you could read a lot about the project in posts … Continue reading

September 13, 2012
by Rens Admiraal
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TYPO3 Phoenix running on VIE and Createjs

In may 2012 the TYPO3 Phoenix team was asked to become early adaptor of the IKS Project. Not much has been published since then, but results have been booked in the meantime! TYPO3 Phoenix is the next generation CMS of … Continue reading

July 26, 2012
by ABosca
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Entity Extraction for Human Resource Management powered by Apache Stanbol

We presented a short overview of CELI solutions, recently integrated into the Apache Stanbol framework, at the IKS Workshop in Salzburg in June 2012. CELI is an Italian company specialized in the realization of software solutions that allow the automatic … Continue reading

July 18, 2012
by Martin
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Netzmühle eCommerce solution using Apache Stanbol

Netzmühle is a web agency founded in 2008. Located in the city of Salzburg we are developing online marketing and individual e-commerce solutions. To develop very successful solutions we always observe trends in search engine optimization, design and technology. But … Continue reading

July 12, 2012
by Mihaly
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UIMA-Apache Stanbol Integration

The Unstructured Information Management Architecture (UIMA) is a content analytics framework that was initiated by IBM Research. 7-8 years ago they envisaged a system that would analyze every kind of unstructured information – text, rich text, pictures, video, audio, etc. – … Continue reading