From WebLab Wiki
Videos of several applications powered by WebLab.
This video presents tools to interact in new and engaging ways with audiovisual libraries.
Note that this video is now quite old (2008) and that online demo should be accessible on VITALAS Website (the maintenance policy of VITALAS systems is under partners responsibility and thus demonstration may not be available though).
This video shows and explains the first WebContent (webcontent.fr) platform demonstration. It implements a classical named entities extraction but the main point is that it is done through the connection of 6 PCs running various services that form the basic blocks of a watch application and implemented by various partners with different technologies.
- AXES : Access to Audiovisual Archives, FP7 ICT 2011
- SAIMSI : Suivi Adaptatif Interlingue et Multi-Sources des Informations, French ANR CSOSG Project 2009
- Virtuoso : Versatile InfoRmation Toolkit for end-Users Oriented open-Sources explOitation, FP7 Security 2010
- WebContent: The Semantic Web Platform, French ANR Project 2005, to build 4 business intelligence applications
- VITALAS: Video & image Indexing and Retrieval in the Large Scale, European Project 2006, to build a scalable multimedia search engine
- e-Wok Hub: Environmental Web Ontology Knowledge Hub, French ANR Project 200 to build a geoscience knowledge management platform.
Description: Soumission to World Wide Web 2009 Conference, of an article describing the WebLab architercture for the WebContent Project
Description: Publication in 1st Workshop on Semantic Metadata Management and Applications 2008 about a Service-oriented architecture for accessing resources through semantically designed portals called hubs based on the WebLab Architecture
Description: An article published in the International Conference "Software & Systems Engineering and their Applications" 2008 describing the WebLab architecture
"Shared Earth Modeling" by Michel Perrin and Jean-François Rainaud
This study of earth subsurface modeling is of interest to several categories of readers. It primarily concerns geologists involved in the study and evaluation of subsurface reservoirs and hydrocarbon exploration. However, profiting from recent progress in various fields of computer science, the authors present innovative solutions to the critical problem of knowledge exchange at key steps of the modeling process. That is why this book will also be of interest to engineers and researchers in computer science and, more generally, to engineers, researchers and students who wish to apply advanced knowledge-based techniques to complex engineering problems. In this context, WebLab is presented in chapter 14 and it is shown how its architecture can resolve issues surrounding information processing and knowledge exchange.
WebLab team organises a SOS (for Services and Open Sources) workshop each year: