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Trends in Ontology-Based Systems

When I first see the book “Semantic Web Technologies: Trends and research in ontology-based systems (Hardcover)” hadn’t enough time to go on the previous week. This, morning I couldn’t sleep and so had some free time to search http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/. The query “Ontology-Based” in titles hit 100 papers and most of them are published in 2008 …

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My Red Alert 3 Strategies

After, Red Alert 2 I’m getting familiar with Red Alert 3 (RA3) and enjoying the game when I win Japanese forces. My favorite nation in the game is Russians. Yes, I like to hear the sound “Kirov Reporting!”. My main strategy in the game is; Barracks Train soldiers (mixed) Power Planet 2 Ore Mines War …

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Ontology Learning

I blogged before about semantic web research topics which I’ve been interested in. While I have a little free time I planned to focus on ontology learning. I know it is a big issue and cannot be handled in a tiny time span. However, at least, I can write a review on ontology learning techniques …

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I’m Free For a While

I woke up at 4:30 am last night and it is about to 2:00 am. Yes, It makes a lot of time. I was dealing with graduate studies for last two weeks and I’ve completed most important part this night. I made a paper submission to local conference in Turkey which will be held at …

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Semantic Web ~ Web 3.0

Web 2.0 makes our life easier day by day and lets us to access any information whenever and wherever we are with simple internet clients. On the other hand, user contributed data (social media & networks) grows enormously so, we have to spend our time  by eliminate unnecessary data and pick up useful ones. There …

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Semantic Web Research Topics

I have been seeking hot topics in semantic web for one week to find a suitable (to me) research subject. I decided to make a summary using what I’ve collected so far. This summary is about what would be more important at the near future and the data (mainly) depends on European Semantic Web Conference …

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Academic Studies & Courses

After, I spent some time to implement “Bresenham’s line” and “seed fill” algorithms for Image Processing course homework; I noticed that I haven’t blogged enough for my graduate program. It is MS program in Computer Engineering at Istanbul University. I registered 3 courses; Advanced Computer Architectures, Image Processing Techniques for Computer Engineering, Computer Language Engineering …