The DATAMI Interface

As described in the previous post, one of the advantages of relying on flexible semantic technologies is that access to the information only requires querying the knowledge base that was built out of monitoring the web traffic of the user (with the datami-proxy) and processing the corresponding resources to be semantically annotated (with the datami [...]

Querying my semantic personal web history knowledge base

The beauty of the DATAMI application is that, through the combination of the datami-proxy and the datami text processing component, what is being built is a complete knowledge base of what the user, me, encounters on the Web. The architecture of the application shows an additional component to score and rank entities from this knowledge [...]

The DATAMI text processing component

Following the release of the datami-proxy, the next piece of the architecture of the DATAMI application to be made available is its text processing component. To a large extent, this is where the ‘magic’ of the application happens: this tool is the part of the architecture in charge of identifying important/significant entities within the elements [...]

DATAMI Initial Demo

We have been very busy in the last couple of weeks setting up an initial interface and demo: a first demonstrator of what DATAMI will be. This is clearly still far from the final product as we envisage it, but it shows the potential of the idea: background processes collecting and processing information about my [...]

First version of the datami-proxy

As shown in our initial Architecture Diagram, at the basis of the DATAMI application is a mechanism to record the Web traffic generated by a user, to generate a “Web History Store”, containing enough information for the IKS Stanbol services to do their “enrichment” magic. This mechanism is essentially based on a “Local Logging Proxy”, [...]