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Re: Semantic Suggestions please ... for oilit journal

From: Leo Sauermann <leo.sauermann@dfki.de>
Date: Thu, 02 Oct 2008 14:08:43 +0200
Message-ID: <48E4B9CB.2000306@dfki.de>
To: neil@oilit.com
CC: public-semweb-ui@w3.org, semantic-web@w3.org, david.norheim@computas.com, Jeroen Wester <jeroen.wester@aduna-software.com>, Andreas Blumauer - SWS <a.blumauer@semantic-web.at>

Looking at your question,

.... people like computas.com, aduna-software.com, and 
www.semantic-web.at do this as business for you,
I add David, Jeroen, and Andreas (from these companies) into the mail, 
maybe they love your challenge for Oil-It and can offer you something :-)

(friends, please forgive me for forwarding it to you, we just happened 
to meet last week and talked about similar projects ...)

I think the first answer is:

* munch it through Zemanta and get it annotated
* second: munch it through reuters/calais and get the rest of the 
companies and places

Then you got annotated documents,
which you could pipe into that one:
to get something like this

or that
(a SKOS concept map with document search, may be down today)

as said, above companies will happily provide it for you, and there are 
many more who would....


It was Neil McNaughton who said at the right time 30.09.2008 13:36 the 
following words:
> Dear Semantic Websters
> Our website Oil IT Journal www.oilit.com has about a million words of
> reporting on oil and gas IT. It is moderately well organized stuff, but
> there are a lot of 'unstructured' items (such as company names, people and
> products) that I imagine could usefully be tagged somehow for discovery and
> reuse. I was wondering if this could be achieved by something semantic? 
> In the run in to the first Semantic Technology for Energy - Oil and Gas
> (http://www.w3.org/2008/07/ogws-cfp) I would like your suggestions on the
> above in order to see if there is a small (but hopefully killer)
> contribution that we could make to advance this technology.
> Regards
> Neil McNaughton
> Editor, Oil IT Journal (www.oilit.com)
> Technology Watch Service
> The Data Room
> www.oilit.com 

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