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Tetherless World Weblog x Dress Head Tank Top – Top Layer / V Neck

February 8th, 2012

This Tetherless World Weblog x Dress Head Womens Tank Top – Top Layer / V Neck has two layers of ruffles and ends at the waist. It will show off your girlish figure, while keeping you casual or professional. Wear it with a nice blazer for a day at the office or with a pair of jeans and some strappy heels for a night out with the girls or with your partner. You will look elegant and sexy in this tank top, no matter what you wear it with. Not only is it elegant and sexy, but it is also very comfortable and breathable. You will feel sexy in this shirt, and anyone who sees you in it will know you are sexy. For the small (S) size of this Tetherless World Weblog x Dress Head Womens Tank Top – Top Layer / V Neck, the measurements are: the dress length is 31.5 cm, and the bust circumference is 84 cm.

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AAAI 2011 Fall Symposium on Open Government Knowledge, This weekend (Nov 4-6), Washington DC

November 1st, 2011

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Title:  Open Government Knowledge: AI Opportunities and Challenges
When:  4-6 November 2011
Where:  Westin Arlington Gateway in Arlington, Virginia, USA
Homepage: http://tw.rpi.edu/ogk2011
Program (PDF): http://tw.rpi.edu/media/latest/ogk2011.pdf
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Please join us to meet the thought governmental and business leaders in
US open government data activities, and discuss the challenges. The
symposium features Friday (Nov 4) as governmental day with speakers on
Data.gov, openEi.org, open gov data activities in NIH/NCI, NASA. and
Saturday (Nov 5) as R&D day with speakers from industry such as Google
and Microsoft, as well international researchers.

This symposium will explore how AI technologies such as the Semantic Web,
information extraction, statistical analysis and machine learning, can be used
to make the valuable knowledge embedded in open government data more
explicit, accessible and reusable.

Co-Chairs
* Li Ding, Qualcomm (Previously RPI)
* Tim Finin, UMBC
* Lalana Kagal, MIT
* Deborah McGuinness, RPI

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Tw.Rpi.Edu x Dress Head Summer Lovin’ Lace Top

May 18th, 2010

Tw.Rpi.Edu x Dress Head Summer Lovin’ Lace Top – Soft Yellow / Black / Beige Creme

This tw.rpi.edu x http://www.dresshead.com/c/lace-tops/ beautiful flower print lace top is demure and modern. The puffy, lace top comes in a soft yellow, a daring black, and an elegant beige crème. Elastic cinched neck, arms, and waistline simply make this outfit unique and gorgeous! Pair this top with an alternating colored maxi skirt for a powerful innocent POP, or wear some sexy, slim, denim jean shorts for a day on the go. The blouse can be used as an lace top or an on the shoulder puff shirt. The choice is yours! Wherever you go while wearing this lace top, you are sure to turn heads and incite envy! For the small (S) size, the measurements are: the circumference is 40 cm; the dress length is 34 cm; and the waist circumference is 66 cm.

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Multi-Word TagCloud on Web N-gram Now

April 29th, 2010

Check out the tagCloud below, can you see why it is interesting? Please compare the two tag clouds generated from the same text (a text corpus from the title of about 2000 data.gov datasets), and see why they are different.

A Multi-word TagCloud produced from 2000 US gov dataset titles

Novel Multi-word TagCloud

Conventional Single-word Tag Cloud

Conventional Single-word TagCloud

Highlights

  • Meaningful Visualization. As you may see from the caption, the first one a “MultiWord TagCloud” while the other is the conventional single-word  TagCloud. The former joints individual words into popular multi-word phrases. With the former tag cloud, I can have a better overview on what data was published at data.gov.
  • Automated Process. The MultiWord TagCloud was not created by human users, but automatically generated by computer program, powered by Microsoft Web N-gram service. We can generate such tag cloud for all existing text document
  • Cloud+Crowd. Broadly, this demo shows the value of the crowd and the cloud I mentioned in my earlier blog, now big data can be tackled by the crowd (text from the entire Web) and the cloud (the high performance computational Web N-gram service).

Behind the Scene

The WWW2010 is really inspiring – making me a productive “engineer” although I came as a researcher. Today I picked up Microsoft Visual Studio and write my first C# program. I was an excellent C++ programmer back to my college time (I wrote ton of code using Visual C++ 4.0 10+ years ago). However, today is not about me being a programmer, but rather announce something that is really cool!  I would also like to thank researchers, Evelyne and Paul from Microsoft Research for their great support. My demo on data.gov data is powered by Microsoft Web N-gram Service.

Cheers,

Li Ding @ RPI,  April 29, 2010

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Putting open Facebook data into Linked Data Cloud

April 28th, 2010

I recently build a proof-of-concept demo on getting Facebook data (public data only) into LOD   their recently announced Graph API. The demo is available at http://sam.tw.rpi.edu/ws/face_lod.html.

It is fairly straightforward to convert the JSON object into RDF and make the URI dereferenceable. Now the data are linkable, but not yet linked to other LOD data.

I did see some issues when I was assigning rdf properties. Here is an example JSON from http://graph.facebook.com/cocacola

{
   "id": "40796308305",
   "name": "Coca-Cola",
   "picture": "http://profile.ak.fbcdn.net/object3/1853/100/s40796308305_2334.jpg",
   "link": "http://www.facebook.com/coca-cola",
   "category": "Consumer_products",
   "username": "coca-cola",
   "products": "Coca-Cola is the most popular and biggest-selling soft drink in history, as well as the best-known product in the world.\n\nCreated in Atlanta, Georgia, by Dr. John S. Pemberton, Coca-Cola was first offered as a fountain beverage by mixing Coca-Cola syrup with carbonated water. Coca-Cola was introduced in 1886, patented in 1887, registered as a trademark in 1893 and by 1895 it was being sold in every state and territory in the United States. In 1899, The Coca-Cola Company began franchised bottling operations in the United States.\n\nCoca-Cola might owe its origins to the United States, but its popularity has made it truly universal. Today, you can find Coca-Cola in virtually every part of the world.",
   "fan_count": 5425800
}

1. The JSON file from Facebook is not using the exact Open Graph Protocol terms -below is the mapping

   name  => og:title
   category => og:type
   picture  => og:image
   link  => og:url

2.2 we can reuse FOAF and DCTerms to cover some terms used in Facebook data – below is the mapping

  picture => foaf:depiction
  name => foaf:name
  from => dcterms:source
  id => dcterms:identifier
  created_time => dcterms:created
  updated_time => dcterms:modified
  category => dcterms:type
  link => foaf:homepage

Li Ding@RPI April 28, 2010

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