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Overview of the research projects in which the department is involved (in alphabetic order).  
  Projects at the HCS Lab
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ECOLEAD
European Collaborative networked Organisations LEADership initiative, ECOLEAD, aims to create strong foundations and mechanisms needed to establish the most advanced collaborative and network-based industry society in Europe

Garp3
Knowledge Articulation and Communication Tools (for reasoning about system behaviour)
 
HOPS
HOPS is a three-year project focused on the deployment of advanced ICT "voice-enabled front-end public platforms" in Europe permitting access for European citizens to their nearest Public Administration.

 
ICIS
Interactive Collaborative Information Systems
 
KDUbiq
A European network on Knowledge Discovery and Ubiquitous Computing

 
METIS
Knowledge management: from smart employees to smart organisations

 
MONET
Network of Excellence in Model-Based Systems and Qualitative Reasoning
 
MultimediaN E-Culture
The objective of this project is the development of a set of e-culture demonstrators providing multimedia access to distributed collections of cultural heritage objects.
Winner of the 2006 Semantic Web Challenge

 
NaturNet-Redime
NaturNet-Redime will develop educational programmes towards implementing the European Union's Strategy for Sustainable Development (SSD). UvA/HCS participates in the Redime part of the project which concerns learning through modelling and simulation, using Qualitative Reasoning technology (visit the QRM portal for details).

Poseidon
The Poseidon project: System Evolvability and Reliability of Systems of Systems

 
SiteGuide
SiteGuide: Adaptive Generation of Workflow Models for Human-Computer Interaction.
In the SiteGuide project we develop methods to help owners of web sites to improve their sites. We provide feedback on sites based on 1) the comparison between the sites and similar sites and 2) usage data.

SWI-Prolog and XPCE
Comprehensive and portable Edinburgh/ISO Prolog compiler, widely used in education and research. Targets at scalability, portable GUI, productive program development and integration/embedding in larger environments. Comes with many interfaces and libraries.

 
TAID
Task-Adaptive Information Distribution.
Triple20
Triple20 is a browser and editor for the Semantic Web languages RDF/RDFS/OWL implemented on top of the SWI-Prolog RDF infrastructure.
 
VL-e: AID
VL-e: Adaptive Information Disclosure
   
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