Results of the first Worldwide Evaluation of Semantic Technologies

author: Lyndon Nixon, Department of New Media Technology, MODUL University Vienna
published: Dec. 23, 2010,   recorded: December 2010,   views: 3293

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The consistent evaluation of semantic technologies is critical not only for future scientific progress but also for their widespread industrial adoption. Such evaluation needs to address development quality (correctness or robustness) as well as deployment qualities (interoperability or scalability). The SEALS project has concluded the first Worldwide Campaign for Evaluation of Semantic Technology. In this session we will present the first results from this campaign and announce the second campaign beginning in 2011.

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