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Information modeling – in what language?norheimdinformation

Wed, 14 Nov 2012 08:14:51 +0000

Have you been in the situation where you’re looking for the best language for conceptual and logical modeling? I’ve been modeling for a while now, and I keep questioning if the languages I use fits the purpose. Quite often I feel it’s the customer’s tools decide the language, unfortunately this also limit the use of […]

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Big Data Live fra Open Worldnorheimd20121002-145853.jpg

Wed, 03 Oct 2012 00:52:44 +0000

Computas er til stede på Oracle Open World i San Francisco og som ifjor er det Cloud og Big Data som er de store ordene. Industrisynserne snakker fortsatt om de store V’ene: Volum, Velocity, Variation og nå også Value. De redefinerer mange kjente trender som deler av Big Data. “Event processing”, “Sensor data”, “Social Software”. […]

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Semicolon methods to be used in Swedennorheimd

Tue, 12 Jun 2012 14:37:39 +0000

It has been a long time since I’ve posted on this blog. Most work in the recent months has been related to the Semicolon-project ( This project is a Norwegian funded innovation project where we’re helping the public sector in Norway in interoperability issues related to sharing information with focus on semantic and leagal issues. […]

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4 advises on becoming more semanticnorheimd

Tue, 26 May 2009 06:24:10 +0000

Over the years I’ve worked on quite a few semantic projects, and I’ve listened to hundreds of presentations, and helt over 50 myself. A few things has become very clear to me in this time 1. The need to know what is important to You! What is the ultimate solution for you! If you collaborate […]

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Sesam4 and Tourismnorheimd

Fri, 24 Apr 2009 06:47:07 +0000

Sesam4, not to be confused with sesame from Aduna, is a Norwegian research project with participation from Computas, Ovitas, Cyberwatcher, Vestlandsforsking and others. One of the objectives of the project is to address tourism sector with semantic web technology. The sector is chosen for a number of reasons: • Large number of stakeholders • Most […]

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Semantics in the Norwegian governmentnorheimd

Sun, 22 Mar 2009 13:07:27 +0000

The Norwegian Registry Centre, Brønnøysundregistrene, is implementing a metadata repository for configuration of concept, structures and messages exchanged between the private sector and the government. The project, known as SERES2 has gpne through several phases. It has clearly defined benefits; simplifying and reducing the reporting burden of enterprises, and harmonizing models for reuse. The use […]

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The Media Zonenorheimd

Sun, 22 Mar 2009 11:01:18 +0000

This weekend eight of the semantic web Media Zone project team are gathered in a cabin in Hemsedal, Norway. There is no running water here, which means that we have to heat water on the woodstove and can take no showers. No problem. We do have electricity though, and Television. I often read trends from […]

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Speak dialect, write englishnorheimd

Thu, 26 Feb 2009 12:18:22 +0000

I just had a discussion with a colleague  on the state of languages in Norway. Norway has two official languages bokmål and nynorsk, the first based on danish the second artificially created from dialects in the 19th century. Most people write bokmål whereas some 20% (my guesstimate) has nynorsk as their primary language in school. This said, the languages […]

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Social networks in the enterprisenorheimd

Tue, 10 Feb 2009 07:24:56 +0000

I have for a long time used various kinds of social networks and tools. IRC, Yahoo! messenger, Skype, Myspace, Facebook and Twitter to name a few. Common to them all is the ability to set a status on what I am doing. In the enterprise, especially in a knowledge intensive one, it is this ability […]

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My extended memorynorheimd

Sat, 24 Jan 2009 09:15:18 +0000

I have one major challenge in my everyday life: My short term memory. Beyond the “normal” apps on my iphone (email, webbrowsing, contacts, calendar, ipod and phone), i have grown to enjoy a handful of “unconventional” apps to help me in this challenge. Shazam is an incredible simple app i use for looking up music […]

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