KD-D Project
for the Stanford Knowledge Systems Laboratory

The KD-D Project is an NSF sponsored program with the goal of fostering cooperation between the intelligence community and the scientific community on data mining research.

Research Team

  • Richard Fikes
  • Rob McCool
  • Deborah McGuinness

    Research Objectives

  • Facilitate template based authoring of semantic web documents
  • Extract knowledge based data from unstructured sources
  • Create tools to assist in the creation and categorization of data using Semantic Web tools.

    Related Publications

  • McCool, Fikes, McGuinness. Semantic Tools for Enhanced Authoring.
  • McCool, Fikes, Guha. Semantic Issues in Web-Scale Knowledge Aggregation.
  • Guha, McCool, Miller. Semantic Search. Proceedings of the Twelfth International Conference on World Wide Web, Budapest, Hungary, 2003.
  • Paulo Pinheiro da Silva, Deborah L. McGuinness, and Rob McCool. Knowledge Provenance Infrastructure. In Data Engineering Bulletin Vol.26 No.4, pages 26-32, December 2003.

  • Presentations and Demos

  • KSL project overview presentation from the kickoff meeting.
  • KSL project overview presentation from the 4/17/03 Site Visit.
  • KSL Authoring Systems presentation from the 4/17/03 Site Visit.

    Project Related Events

  • Kickoff meeting, September 3-5, Virginia.
  • Site Visit, April 17, Stanford

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