Monday morning, I'm trying to re-structure the knowledge base about wittgenstein according to the re-newed version of the ontology. It's not as much fun as playing guitar, but i gotta do it anyway! But some good news came in too: the project for semanticiz-ing (my word) the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is getting more robust, and it has its own website now. And it's nice to hear that I'm part of that - wow!
It's hard to find people interested in your niche phd work sometimesÂ - quite frustrating - but when it happens, it's even more appreciated!
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NeDiMaH workshop on ontology based annotation, held in conjunction with Digital Humanities 2012, Hamburg, Germany, Jul 2012.
Annual Conference of the Canadian Society for Digital Humanities / Société pour l'étude des médias interactifs (SDH-SEMI 2010), Montreal, Canada, Jun 2010.
Humana Mente, Journal of Philosophical Studies, 13, May 2010. Issue 13
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COST EU Workshop, Ancona University, May 2008.
Fourth International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-CAP07), Whistler, BC, Canada, Oct 2007. pp. 47-54
Journal of Web Semantics, Sep 2007. Vol. 5, 2, (72-105), Elsevier
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European Conference on Philosophy and Computing (ECAP-06), Trondheim, Norway, Jun 2006.
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2nd European Semantic Web Conference (ESWC05), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, May 2005. pp. 546-562