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Discovering the benefits of Common Lisp by figuring out what can one dig up.

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An introduction to the clojure.spec specification library with Spider-Man and Clojure.

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An exploration of why programmers prefer certain programming languages over others.

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A Linked Data introduction with Blade Runner 2049.

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A brief peek into some issues in knowledge presentation and reasoning.

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Projects

Legal Regulatory Compliance Within The Financial Domain.

Machine enabled compliance checking in the legal and financial domain.

Smart Industry Software

Smart software for managing and understanding industrial assets.

Ontology Enabled Clinical Software

Using Semantic Web based technologies to create smarter, automated clinical software.

Semantic Aware Software Analysis

The automated analysis of software using ontologies and dynamic program information.

Selected Publications

Understanding and analysing large scale clinical knowledge bases is a problem, due to explicit domain specific information is often missing and/or incomplete. Furthermore, such knowledge sources are often large enough that manual techinques to add such information is an complex and expensive process. In this work an approach was presented to turn such knowledge sources into full fledged, semantically enabled, analytics and decision support systems. This approach was demonstrated using a large laboratory dataset.
In 2014 IEEE BigData, 2014

Semantic Web technologies can enable semantic aware solutions such as decision support systems, even in mobile environments. However the mobile platform has some very specific constraints that provides challenges to such tools, in particular reasoners. In this work a framework is presented to benchmark and evaluate such tools and is used to compare mobile reasoning performance.
In 2014 ISWC, 2014

Semantic Web technologies can enable semantic aware solutions such as decision support systems. In order to make use of such technologies in mobile environments, effective and efficient mobile reasoners are needed. As there was a lack of benchmark information on rule reasoners in mobile settings, a test suite based on Atrial Fibrillation decision support was created. Using this rule set 4 different mobile reasoners were evaluated and compared.
In 2014 IEEE WI-IAT, 2014

Assistive technologies in mobile and smart environments, have their unique challenges due to mobility, failure tolerance and privacy. In particular Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS), that can assist health professionals and patients in such context, pose difficulties for implementations. In this work, an approach is demonstrated with which these constraints can be overcome. This approach has been successfully validated for a Sleep Apnea CDSS.
In AAAI-14, 2014

The analysis of execution traces, logs of the running program, is a commonly used dynamic analysis. By using ontologies, a formal and machine understandable way of representing knowledge, we can improve upon existing techniques to understand and analyze such execution traces.
In RV ‘11, 2011

An ontology based approach for using Dynamic Analysis was presented. Dynamic Analysis is the analysis of a running program. By using ontologies, a formal and machine understandable way of representing knowledge, Dynamic Analysis can be improved. This proposed approach was demonstrated by an example based on Frequency Spectrum Analysis.
In WODA ‘10, 2010

Recent Publications

. Integrating existing large scale medical laboratory data into the semantic web framework. In 2014 IEEE BigData, 2014.

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. A cross-platform benchmark framework for mobile semantic web reasoning engines. In 2014 ISWC, 2014.

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. A comparison of mobile rule engines for reasoning on semantic web based health data. In 2014 IEEE WI-IAT, 2014.

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. Execution Trace Exploration and Analysis using Ontologies. In RV ‘11, 2011.

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. An Approach for Modeling Dynamic Analysis using Ontologies. In WODA ‘10, 2010.

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