Semantic Knowledge Technology will provide powerful and easy access to a wide range of information sources
Our aim: knowledge available at your fingertips
Semantic Knowledge Technology and the Semantic Web will build a new basis for automatic and semi-automatic processing of information with the aim to make knowledge available easily, comfortably, and providing more comprehensive results than today.
Semantic Knowledge Technology is the combination of advanced technologies for the management of knowledge, including ontologies, advanced text analysis, and search capabilities.
The result will be new applications for the analysis, archiving, retrieval, and documentation of knowledge. Rather than keyword search as used today, knowledge will be retrieved on the basis of semantics - meaning.
We want to enable IT managers and decision makers to assess the potential value of semantic knowledge technology.
Let us inform You about the solutions available today, and about the technology which will be available for integration into applications in the near future!
Experts from the SEKT project team introduce the basic facts of Semantic Knowledge Technology to enable technical managers and decision makers to assess the current state-of-the-art of semantic knowledge technology for their purposes, and to plan for their adoption of Semantic Knowledge Technology.
In this location we continue to assemble information about the basic technology, reports about the growing experience with applications, and references to further information sources.
We will also carry out a series of workshops and seminars where we provide the most up-to-date view of the state-of-the-art of Semantic Knowledge Technology, and where we discuss future developments and potential applications with experts and potential future users. If you are interested in participating in one of the planned workshops, do let us know at email@example.com.
How to use this site:
As a start we recommend to proceed to the INTRODUCTION, or to the individual TOPICS which introduce relevant technical topics and then lead to in-depth documents and presentations and video lectures.
On the LINKS page you will also find references to additional sources of information, including more specialised technical information, and scientific and academic work in the area.
The use of the site is free of charge, but for some areas we ask you to register.