David Neal, IT Week 22 Feb 2005

22nd Feb 2005 | Posted by: Joe

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Developers at the University of Southampton have created a new semantic web interface, mSpace, which they said will lead to more focused internet searches, and improved results.

The mSpace software framework was developed in the School of Electronics and Computer Science (ECS) at the university, and lets users' machines pull relevant returns and content into one easily understandable view...

Front Page, Developer Heading, Feb 17, the Register, Lucy Sherriff

17th Feb 2005 | Posted by: Joe

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The University of Southampton has launched a new semantic web interface, called mSpace, that it says will make searching for information online, and learning about a subject, much easier.

mSpace is a framework that gathers information sources and presents them to the user in a single window. It can potentially be applied to any subject, provided the basic information is available. The researchers say this means users will no longer have to wade through lists of undifferentiated data when researching a subject...

ECS team launches new semantic web interface for smarter searches

10th Feb 2005 | Posted by: Joe with tags: ecs press

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A new semantic web interface, which will improve access to information and present search results in associated categories in one window, was launched this week.

This new approach means that instead of users having to wade through long lists of search data to decide what is relevant, the interface will enable the machine to pull related sources into one usable view.

The new mSpace software framework developed by the School of Electronics & Computer Science (ECS) at the University of Southampton makes this possible. It offers several powerful information tools for organizing an information space to suit a person's interest and allows the user to explore and manipulate the presented categories...

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