The Crisis Information Platform, as described in previous blog entries on this site, consists of a SOAP backend, with an public accessible REST API. Another major part is the data representation, that is specified in RDFS/OWL. From the user representation to the representation of crisis, all data is defined as RDF Schema (partially if needed … Continue reading Sigimera – Semantic Data Model
The v0.10 of the Android FOAFViewer exists now for approximately 6 months, but I have never presented here. The only blog entry about the FOAFViewer is the very first, very trivial and ugly prototype. So lets start with a short feature overiew: Cleaner Interface. Recursive Iteration over the friend relationships. Caching mechanism (not the images) … Continue reading FOAFViewer – Current Version v0.10
During my work in the last few days I have begun to write a security framework that hides the complexity of WS-Security on the base of SOAP. The work has inspired me to think about possible use cases that are go behind the securing of simple web services. One such approach that comes in mind … Continue reading Secure, Hidden and Intelligent Communication in the area of Semantic Web.
An introduction to the Semantic Crawler Library that is currently written by Alex Oberhauser.
Last week I have started a dive logbook for android phones on the base of my Scuba Dive Ontology. On the base of RDF files that looks similar than the following excerpt, the logbook shows the dives in a suitable form and interlinked with appropriate information and actions. <dive:Dive rdf:ID=”dive-4″> <dive:id>4</dive:id> <dive:diver rdf:resource=”/sdcard/divedroid/buddies/yourname.rdf#profile” /> <dive:name>Open … Continue reading Semantic Dive Logbook – DiveDroid