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Reichlich interessante Lecture Notes zum Thema "Spatial Information and Database Management":

gis.mit.edu/classes/11.521/lectures/index.html
openmap.bbn.com/demo.html[create Doug Lenat], sich für die jahrelange Verschiebung der OpenCyc-Freigabe rechtfertigend: "A small percentage of 600 person-years worth of effort is still quite a large project."

"Q: Do you still expect OpenCyc to have a major impact on the Web, on software development and on the world?

"A: Of course. As we've said for almost 20 years now, something LIKE Cyc is needed for semantic sharing of knowledge across applications, to enable semantic integration to happen automatically (in contrast to n-squared labor-intensive post-hoc methods like data warehousing, and in contrast to the impossible requirement that the authors of the separate bodies of individual content work out detailed shared semantics ahead of time.) In modern terms, this means that something LIKE Cyc is needed for the Semantic Web. The delay of OpenCyc has only served to highlight the need for it. We're looking forward to finally filling that need."
Looks like the software-to-have for the sketcher-by-heart (me!): Autodesk's Architectural Studio [ Ø MLAKE • ]"There's a taxi driver in Stockholm known by the Web alias of Taxi31 who spends all his time between passengers shooting people. In Copenhagen, ferocious street battles flare daily between dozens of young men."What platform do you want to use for your Next Big Desktop Application Hit?

Meine persönlichen "Anforderungen" an die Wunschplattform entbehren ohnehin jeden Sinn für Realitäten jedweder Art ... schlanke Runtime (Redistribution in unter einem Megabyte sollte denkbar sein), möglichst auf allen Systemen laufend (aber zumindest auf Win32, Linux, OS X), dabei so easy wie REBOL/View (wobei anzumerken ist, dass die Easyness bei komplexeren Applikationen schnell abnimmt, was vor allem der praktisch nonexistenten Dokumentation zu verdanken ist) und so leistungsfähig wie WinForms samt GDI+ (bzw. Swing samt Java2D) ...

.NET? — Smart Client Applications Technology Map

Java? — "Basically, you launch 10 non-trivial applications [jEdit, Anm. d. Red.] on your machine. Do it. On both my 256 Megs Linux box and my 128 Megs brand-new laptop, this experiment leads to a disaster. Under Windows 98 (the laptop), Windows broke and I had to reboot (admittedly, it made it very far in the process). What's my point? Well, if I can't launch 10 apps on a decent PC, then the software is wrong. Since jEdit itself, I'm sure you will all agree, is a fine app... then what is to blame? Java itself? I suspect not. [...] My beef with Swing is that it is a framework that doesn't allow you to write lightweight applications. I claim that it will prevent Java from ever "making it big" client-side."

REBOL/View?

Mozilla?Hannes thinks so: "Ich glaube dass Mozilla als Plattform für Client Applications ziemlich unschlagbar ist. Rocksolide, X-Platform, scriptbar mit XML und JavaScript."Peter Merholz is fascinated by [create Faceted Searching]/Flamenco: "[B]etter tools for navigating complex information spaces are definitely required, and Flamenco is a great option"

bailando.sims.berkeley.edu/papers/flamenco02.pdf


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