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uComp Protégé Hu­man Com­pu­ta­tion Plu­gin

A GWAP Plu­gin for the val­id­a­tion of on­to­lo­gies for the Protégé On­to­logy Ed­itor. The plu­gin fa­cil­it­ates the in­teg­ra­tion of typ­ical crowd­sourcing tasks into on­to­logy en­gin­eer­ing from within the Protégé on­to­logy ed­itor. The goal is a re­duc­tion of the cost of val­id­a­tion, as well as scalab­il­ity and re­duc­tions in work­ing time.

Con­trib­ut­ors:
Ger­hard Wohl­genannt, Florian Hanika, Marta Sabou, Matyas Karac­sonyi

Status: com­pleted

ht­tps://git­hub.com/UcompWu1/Gwap-­Pro­tege-Plu­gin

MIN­ER­ful

MIN­ER­ful is a Java-­based tool for the auto­mated dis­cov­ery of de­clar­at­ive pro­cess mod­els, out of event logs re­cor­ded by busi­ness pro­cess man­age­ment sys­tems. It is known to be the fast­est de­clar­at­ive pro­cess miner cur­rently ex­ist­ing in the lit­er­at­ure. MIN­ER­ful comes bundled with three ad­di­tional mod­ules: a gen­er­ator of syn­thetic event logs of ar­bit­rary size, given a pro­cess model in in­put; a syn­thetic in­jector of noise in syn­thetic event logs; a sim­pli­fic­a­tion en­gine, aimed at re­du­cing the size of pro­cess mod­els by re­mov­ing ir­rel­ev­ant in­form­a­tion.

For fur­ther in­form­a­tion:

C. Di Cic­cio, M. Me­cella: On the Dis­cov­ery of De­clar­at­ive Con­trol Flows for Art­ful Pro­cesses. ACM Trans. Man­age­ment Inf. Syst. (TMIS) 5(4):24:1-24:37 (2015). http://doi.acm.org/10.1145/2629447

C. Di Cic­cio, M.L. Bern­ardi, M. Cim­itile, F.M. Maggi: Gen­er­at­ing Event Logs Through the Sim­u­la­tion of De­clare Mod­els. EO­MAS@­CAiSE 2015:20-36. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-24626-0_2

C. Di Cic­cio, F.M. Maggi, M. Mont­ali, J. Mend­ling: En­sur­ing Model Con­sist­ency in De­clar­at­ive Pro­cess Dis­cov­ery. BPM 2015:144-159. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-23063-4_9 (awar­ded as Best Pa­per at BPM 2015, Inns­bruck, Aus­tria)

Con­trib­ut­ors:
Clau­dio Di Cic­cio, WU Vi­enna; Saimir Bala, WU Vi­enna

ht­tps://git­hub.com/cd­c08x/MIN­ER­ful

CSVEn­gine

The "CSV En­gine" is a web server of­fer­ing a set of ser­vices to handle and pro­cess CSV files. One of the main fea­ture in the cur­rent ver­sion is an ed­itor to cre­ate an ini­tial ver­sion of the CSV on the Web metadata stand­ard file.

Con­trib­ut­ors:
Jürgen Um­brich, Se­bastian Neu­maier, Nina Mrzelj (in­tern­ship), Manuel Un­desser( Bach­elor thesis)

Status: act­ive develope­ment

ht­tps://git­hub.com/OD­In­foBiz/csven­gine-ui

Open Data Portal Watch

The Open Data Portal Watch frame­work is a mon­it­or­ing and qual­ity assess­ment frame­work for Open Data Portals. Cur­rently, we are mon­it­or­ing 260 Open Data portals in a weekly basis and assess their metadata qual­ity along 5 di­men­sions and 19 met­rics.

Con­trib­ut­ors:
Jürgen Um­brich, Se­bastian Neu­maier, Daniel Huber, Mat­thias Blaim (bach­elor thesis)

Status: act­ive devel­op­ment

http://data.wu.ac.at/portal­watch/

CSV on the Web metadata parser and val­id­ator (py­thon)

A py­thon parser for the CSV on the Web metadata spe­cific­a­tion

Con­trib­ut­ors:
Se­bastian Neu­maier

Status: act­ive devel­op­ment

ht­tps://git­hub.com/seb­neu/csvw-­parser