Groups & Topics
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- SmartMap - Lin, Mihalcik, Molaga
- SemanticMedia - Grecia Lapizco-Encinas, Alejandro Rodríguez
- Semantic Matchmaking - Aditya Kalyanpur
- Concept Bridging on the Semantic Web - Jen Golbeck
- SemanticPetStore - Clara Popescu
- International Children's Digital Library - Katy Newton
- Importing Relational Databases into the Semantic Web - Rezarta Islamaj, Gunay Dogan
- Agents for Semantic Search - Evren Sirin
- Authentication for Semantic Web - Chuk Yang Seng
Assignment: Individual and/or Group Projects
As discussed in class, each student will do a project that will show off the use of AI techniques and/or Semantic Web technologies on the Web. Groups of two or three students can work together, but each should identify a part of the project that is their own, and that can be independently evaluated.
- Prepare a short description of their work, present in class (11/21) and put on the Wiki,
- Develop a more detailed description of their work and present it in class (Dec 3 ONLY!!!). Each student gets 5 minutes, plus 5 min overall per project, so a single student project gets 10 minutes, a two student project gets 15 minutes, etc. It is expected that demos will be shown at that point, although they may still be rough. Feedback will be provided.
- Develop and demonstrate their final code to the instructor(s). There will be times set up on Dec 19 and 20th for demos. Students wishing to demonstrate earlier will need to set up a time (use email to schedule) with the instructor(s).
- Make their demonstration code available on the class wiki (see note 2 below).
Projects will be evaluated on
- capabilities of the demonstration
- quality of the written work and the AI/SW techniques demonstrated
- Student's ability to explain what it does, how it works, and how it relates to other work.
- Remember that students in different groups may work together, code from the Web may be used as part of your work, people on email@example.com or on irc:irc.openprojects.net#rdfig may be queried. However, there must be parts of this that are your own, and you need to explain what parts this is.
- As stated in the syllabus, all code developed by students in this class is required to be made available on the Web. Please be sure your project does not use licensed code or contain code that you are not willing to release. Please put a copyright statement in your code