4 projects

CoLiBri - COVID19 Literature Browser for Scientific Investigations

Researchers around the world are in a race against the clock to find treatments, vaccines and diagnosis methods for COVID19. A major hurdle lies in the necessity to digest an abundant scientific literature which grows by the day. Keeping up with such a growth requires appropriate visual text analytics software, combining the power of text mining algorithms with the flexibility of interactive visualizations. The CoLiBri proposal aims to give free access to the COVID19 researcher community around the world to the Papyrus literature visualization software developed at LIST (https://colibri...

CoLiBri - COVID19 Literature Browser for Scientific Investigations

Papyrus is a fully operational web-based corpus visualization software developed at LIST, providing interactive visual maps of topics extracted automatically from thousands of articles without prior knowledge of their contents. It can handle emerging situations where new vocabulary arises for the first time. Papyrus was previously validated with PubMed publications. It also uses the MESH ontology to extract medically relevant concepts, which are leveraged in several visualizations and in semantic search queries. Unlike search engines or faceted search, the provided interactive visualization...

DAPASOL - LIST Data Analytics Platform as a Service for Covid 19 crisis Solutions

The project wants to maximise the use of relevant data to manage the COVID 19 crisis by building an infrastructure that supports collaboration and alleviates most technical obstacles linked to data management, including: - data processing (acquisition, storage, curation, harvesting, descriptive analysis, e.g. trend, noise vs information, outliers, etc., or visualisation); - integration of data with other available sources, including from the public domain, data lakes or from partners and external contributors; - providing access to LIST Data analytics Platform and services in an incremen...

Visual Public Protection Disaster Relief and Critical Infrastructure

The aim of the Visual PCI project is to develop an IT platform to assist crisis managers and critical infrastructure planners. The platform will provide a new approach to risk assessment and will visually present the essential elements of Public Protection and Disaster Recovery (PPDR) resources and the Critical Infrastructure (CI) functions as required by crisis management and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) and planning. Real time data input will provide situational awareness. Simulations will support planning and crisis management by considering population behaviour as well as de...

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