SEKT: Semantically-Enable Knowledge Technologies

  • Completed
  • Programme: FP6
  • Call: IST-2002- - Semantic-based knowledge systems
  • Start date: 01.01.2004
  • End date: 31.12.2006

SEKT (Semantically-Enable Knowledge Technologies) is a project funded by the European Union’s IST program. It started January 2004 and had 36 months duration. SEKT was coordinated by British Telecommunications Plc., UK .

Contact: Milena Yankova

Project Overview

The vision of SEKT is to develop and exploit the knowledge technologies which underlie Next Generation Knowledge Management. We envision knowledge workplaces where the boundaries between document management, content management, and knowledge management are broken down, and where knowledge management is an effortless part of day to day activities. Appropriate knowledge is automatically delivered to the right people at the right time at the right granularity via a range of user devices, empowering knowledge workers to focus on their core roles and creativity; this is key to European competitiveness.

Ontotext’s Role

  • Ontotext’s Primary Responsibilities:
  • Ontology Management and Mediation
  • Ontology Generation
  • Meta-data Generation
  • Service Mediation
  • Architecture and Interfaces

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