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KYOTO

Project ID: 211423
Funded under

Knowledge Yielding Ontologies for Transition-based Organization

From 2008-03-01 to 2011-02-28, closed project | KYOTO Website

Project details

Total cost:

EUR 3 446 995

EU contribution:

EUR 2 195 000

Coordinated in:

Netherlands

Call for proposal:

FP7-ICT-2007-1See other projects for this call

Funding scheme:

CP - Collaborative project (generic)

Description

A collaborative tool for environmental organisations


KYOTO is a generic system offering knowledge transition from any domain of knowledge and information, across different target groups in society and across linguistic, cultural and geographic borders. It represents a new concept of information mining through knowledge mining. The project developments will be enabled through an ontology linked to wordnets for a variety of languages. Concept extraction and data mining is applied through a chain of semantic processors. KYOTO addresses the need for global and uniform transition of knowledge across different types of organisations. This is particularly critical in the environmental domain, but collaborative knowledge sharing in the medical, security or legal area can be set up quickly in Europe using the KYOTO mechanism.

Objective

With the globalization of markets and communication, we are experiencing globalization of problems in the world and of the solutions to these problems. An actual example is global warming and other environmental problems related to rapid growth and economic developments. Globalization of problems and their solutions require that information and communication is supported across a wide range of languages and cultures. This requires a system that can collect distributed information that is structured differently and expressed differently in languages and represent it in a uniform way. It also means that people can access this information in their language and without cultural background knowledge, as experts or laymen. Environmental problems can be acute, requiring immediate support and information available elsewhere. However, knowledge sharing and transitions is also essential for sustainable growth and development on a longer term. In both cases, it is important that distributed information and experience can be re-used on a global scale.
The goal of Kyoto is to develop a content enabling system that provides semantic search and information access to large quantities of distributed multimedia data for both experts and the general public, over a variety of data from wide-spread sources in a range of culturally diverse languages. This is enabled through an ontology linked to wordnets for a variety of languages. Concept extraction and data mining is applied through a chain of semantic processors. The shared ontology guarantees a uniform interpretation for the diverse information from different sources and languages. The system can be maintained by field-specialists using a Wiki platform. Kyoto is a generic system offering knowledge transition across different target groups in society and across linguistic, cultural and geographic borders. Kyoto will be applied to the environmental domain and span global information across European and non-European languages.

Related information

Coordinator

STICHTING VU
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 0


DE BOELELAAN 1105
1081 HV AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative contact: Marcel Victoor
Tel.: +31205986405
Fax: +31205986500
E-mail

Participants

BERLIN-BRANDENBURGISCHE AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN
Germany

EU contribution: EUR 252 000


JAEGERSTRASSE 22/23
10117 BERLIN
Germany
Activity type: Research Organisations
Administrative contact: Guenter Stock
Tel.: +493020370645
Fax: +493020370622
E-mail
UNIVERSIDAD DEL PAIS VASCO/ EUSKAL HERRIKO UNIBERTSITATEA
Spain

EU contribution: EUR 250 800


BARRIO SARRIENA S N
48940 LEIOA
Spain
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative contact: IONE ISASA
Tel.: +34946012895
Fax: +34946013550
E-mail
SYNTHEMA S.R.L.
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 185 280


VIA MALASOMA 24
56121 PISA
Italy
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative contact: LORENZO PANATTONI
Tel.: +390509656411
Fax: +390509656421
E-mail
CONSIGLIO NAZIONALE DELLE RICERCHE
Italy

EU contribution: EUR 580 211


PIAZZALE ALDO MORO 7
00185 ROMA
Italy
Activity type: Research Organisations
Administrative contact: Nicoletta Calzolari Zamorani
Tel.: +39 050 3152870
Fax: +39 050 3152834
E-mail
NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOGY
Japan

EU contribution: EUR 0


4-2-1 NUKUI-KITAMACHI
184--8795 KOGANEI, TOKYO
Japan
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative contact: Hitoshi Isahara
Tel.: +81774986830
Fax: +81774986961
E-mail
STICHTING EUROPEES CENTRUM VOOR NATUURBESCHERMING
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 182 280


REITSEPLEIN
5037 AA TILBURG
Netherlands
Activity type: Research Organisations
Administrative contact: Frans Ghering
Tel.: +31135944944
Fax: +31135944945
E-mail
IRION TECHNOLOGIES B.V.
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 314 400


DELFTECHPARK 26
2628XH DELFT
Netherlands
Activity type: Private for-profit entities (excluding Higher or Secondary Education Establishments)
Administrative contact: Joop VanGent
Tel.: +31 15 2153456
Fax: +31 15 2153450
E-mail
VERENIGING VOOR CHRISTELIJK HOGER ONDERWIJS WETENSCHAPPELIJK ONDERZOEK EN PATIENTENZORG
Participation ended
Netherlands

EU contribution: EUR 430 029


De Boelelaan 1105
1081 HV AMSTERDAM
Netherlands
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative contact: Marcel Victoor
Tel.: +31 20 5986405
Fax: +31 20 5986500
E-mail
ACADEMIA SINICA
Taiwan

EU contribution: EUR 0


128 SEC 2 ACADEMIA ROAD
11528 TAIPEI
Taiwan
Activity type: Higher or Secondary Education Establishments
Administrative contact: Chu-Ren Huang
Tel.: +886226525019
Fax: +886227856622
E-mail
Record Number: 85388 / Last updated on: 2017-04-20
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