Comments for UCIAD http://uciad.info/ub User-Centric Integration of Activity Data Thu, 22 Nov 2012 23:20:16 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.9.2 hourly 1 Comment on The UCIAD User Study: Report by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Personal Analytics http://uciad.info/ub/2012/08/the-uciad-user-study-report/comment-page-1/#comment-19480 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Personal Analytics Thu, 22 Nov 2012 23:20:16 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=371#comment-19480 [...] time trying to find a better name for what we do than “User Centric Activity Data”. The UCIAD study report settled for “consumer activity data”, in relation to consumer data as considered for [...] [...] time trying to find a better name for what we do than “User Centric Activity Data”. The UCIAD study report settled for “consumer activity data”, in relation to consumer data as considered for [...]

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Comment on Explaining user-centric activity data by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Collecting and Processing Personal Activity Data http://uciad.info/ub/2011/07/explaining-user-centric-activity-data/comment-page-1/#comment-11784 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Collecting and Processing Personal Activity Data Tue, 05 Jun 2012 08:50:44 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=171#comment-11784 [...] In order to explore the use of user-centric activity data, we are investigating an interface for personal web analytics, which is similar to a web analytics such as Google Analytics or Piwik, but where the relationship between the organisation, the user and the data is inverted. [...] [...] In order to explore the use of user-centric activity data, we are investigating an interface for personal web analytics, which is similar to a web analytics such as Google Analytics or Piwik, but where the relationship between the organisation, the user and the data is inverted. [...]

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Comment on UCIAD: The Second Phase by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Collecting and Processing Personal http://uciad.info/ub/2012/02/uciad-the-second-phase/comment-page-1/#comment-11783 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Collecting and Processing Personal Tue, 05 Jun 2012 08:49:21 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=325#comment-11783 [...] explained earlier, the goal of the project is to investigate the idea of user-centric activity data, what users would [...] [...] explained earlier, the goal of the project is to investigate the idea of user-centric activity data, what users would [...]

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Comment on Final post – Putting things together (with a demo) by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Personal Activity Data: Another Project http://uciad.info/ub/2011/08/final-post-putting-things-together-with-a-demo/comment-page-1/#comment-8547 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Personal Activity Data: Another Project Wed, 21 Mar 2012 21:15:21 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=166#comment-8547 [...] result is of course not dissimilar to the video produced at the end of phase 1 of UCIAD, and clearly, the user-study we are currently setting-up for phase 2 will provide valuable results [...] [...] result is of course not dissimilar to the video produced at the end of phase 1 of UCIAD, and clearly, the user-study we are currently setting-up for phase 2 will provide valuable results [...]

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Comment on Explaining user-centric activity data by Jean Claude http://uciad.info/ub/2011/07/explaining-user-centric-activity-data/comment-page-1/#comment-1045 Jean Claude Sun, 18 Sep 2011 07:54:06 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=171#comment-1045 On en veut davantage traité de cette manière. Continuez. On en veut davantage traité de cette manière. Continuez.

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Comment on Wins and fails (lessons along the way) by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Final post – Putting things together (with a demo) http://uciad.info/ub/2011/08/wins-and-fails-lessons-along-the-way/comment-page-1/#comment-611 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Final post – Putting things together (with a demo) Fri, 05 Aug 2011 22:20:35 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=163#comment-611 [...] data and on the use of ontologies for the analysis of such data, as described in particular in our Wins and Fails post. These includes aspects around the licensing, distribution and generally management of [...] [...] data and on the use of ontologies for the analysis of such data, as described in particular in our Wins and Fails post. These includes aspects around the licensing, distribution and generally management of [...]

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Comment on User (Management) by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Final post – Putting things together (with a demo) http://uciad.info/ub/2011/07/user-management/comment-page-1/#comment-610 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Final post – Putting things together (with a demo) Fri, 05 Aug 2011 22:20:19 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=155#comment-610 [...] User management: As we can see here, as the user registers into the UCIAD platform, his current setting is automatically detected, and other settings (other browsers) that are likely to be his are also included. As the user registers, the settings are associated to his account and the activity data realised through these settings are extracted. [...] [...] User management: As we can see here, as the user registers into the UCIAD platform, his current setting is automatically detected, and other settings (other browsers) that are likely to be his are also included. As the user registers, the settings are associated to his account and the activity data realised through these settings are extracted. [...]

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Comment on Hypothesis by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Wins and fails (lessons along the way) http://uciad.info/ub/2011/03/hypothesis/comment-page-1/#comment-592 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Wins and fails (lessons along the way) Wed, 03 Aug 2011 17:41:54 +0000 http://uciad.info/?p=55#comment-592 [...] (or at least, this is what I heard). We have integrated that a lot in UCIAD, starting from our two basic hypothesis that a user-centric perspective on activity data is relevant, and that Semantic Web technologies, [...] [...] (or at least, this is what I heard). We have integrated that a lot in UCIAD, starting from our two basic hypothesis that a user-centric perspective on activity data is relevant, and that Semantic Web technologies, [...]

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Comment on UCIAD ontologies: A starting point by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Technical and Standards http://uciad.info/ub/2011/03/uciad-ontologies-a-starting-point/comment-page-1/#comment-579 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Technical and Standards Tue, 02 Aug 2011 09:48:16 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=72#comment-579 [...] can be added to the ontology to cluster and group traces of activities automatically (see our post regarding the development of the UCIAD ontologies and the reasoning mechanisms applied with these [...] [...] can be added to the ontology to cluster and group traces of activities automatically (see our post regarding the development of the UCIAD ontologies and the reasoning mechanisms applied with these [...]

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Comment on The mydata project by UCIAD » Blog Archive » Licensing & reuse of software and data http://uciad.info/ub/2011/06/the-mydata-project/comment-page-1/#comment-565 UCIAD » Blog Archive » Licensing & reuse of software and data Sun, 31 Jul 2011 21:59:27 +0000 http://uciad.info/ub/?p=124#comment-565 [...] The issue with licensing data in UCIAD is actually even more complicated: what licence to apply to data exported for a particular user? The ownership of the data is not even clear in this case. It is data collected and delivered by our systems, but that are produced out of the activities of the user. We believe that in this case, a particular type of license, that give control to the user on the distribution of their own data, but without opening it completely, is needed. This is an area that we will need to put additional work on, with possibly useful results coming out of the mydata project. [...] [...] The issue with licensing data in UCIAD is actually even more complicated: what licence to apply to data exported for a particular user? The ownership of the data is not even clear in this case. It is data collected and delivered by our systems, but that are produced out of the activities of the user. We believe that in this case, a particular type of license, that give control to the user on the distribution of their own data, but without opening it completely, is needed. This is an area that we will need to put additional work on, with possibly useful results coming out of the mydata project. [...]

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