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Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Sorry to start with a conclusion first… To me Titan graph seems to be the egg-laying wool-milk-sow that people would dream of when working with graph data. Especially if one needs graph data in a web context and in real time. I will certainly try to free some time to check [...]

Continue reading about Aurelius Titan graph enables realtime querying with 2400 concurrent users on a distributed graph database!

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: As writen before Steffen and I participated in the online voting for the MOOC fellowship. Today the competition finished and I would like to say thank you to everyone who so far participated in the voting in particular to the 435 people supporting our course. I did never image [...]

Continue reading about Analyzing the final and intermediate results of the iversity MOOC Fellowship online voting

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: During my trip in China I was visiting Beijing on two weekends and Maceau on another weekend. These trips have been mainly motivated to meet old friends. Especially the heads behind the biggest English resource of Chinese Rock music Rock in China who are Max-Leonhard von Schaper and the [...]

Continue reading about Experiences on semantifying a Mediawiki for the biggest recource about Chinese rock music: rockinchina .com

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: As I said yesterday I have been busy over the last months producing content so here you go. For related work we are most likely to use neo4j as core data base. This makes sense since we are basically building some kind of a social network. Most queries that [...]

Continue reading about Get the full neo4j power by using the Core Java API for traversing your Graph data base instead of Cypher Query Language

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Due to the interesting results we found by creating Typology I am currently reading the related work about query prediction and auto completion of scentences. There is quite some interesting academic work available in this area of information retrieval. While reading these papers I realized that I am not [...]

Continue reading about Foundations of statistical natural language processing Review of chapter 1

René Pickhardt on May 22nd, 2012

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Yesterday I shared the good news about Till and Paul who have been awarded one of the top 5 projects at the German federal competition Young scientists. Today the good news continues. Together with more than 1000 competitors they did also submit the project to the Google Science Fair. [...]

Continue reading about Neo4j based Typology also awarded top 90 at Google Science fair.

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Two days ago I arrived in Erfurt in order to visit the federal competition young scientists (Jugend Forscht). I reported about the project typology by Till Speicher and Paul Wagner which I supervised over the last half year and which already won many awards. Saturday night they have already [...]

Continue reading about Typology using neo4j wins 2 awards at the German federal competition young scientists.

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: If I were a criminal I would create a smart phone app which would give me the possability to geographically and socially track policemen. Here some background on this thought. Yesterday I was sitting in the German summit on “Facebook Goolgle & Co – Chances and Risks” (which I [...]

Continue reading about Smartphones of Policemen could give criminals a competitive advantage

René Pickhardt on March 27th, 2012

Archived; click post to view. Excerpt: Over the last week we had our off campus meeting with a lot of communication training (very good and fruitful) as well as a special treatment for some PhD students called “massage your diss”. I was one of the lucky students who were able to discuss our research ideas [...]

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