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i KNOW – the Networking Conference for industry and academia will take place this year for the 11th time in Graz. Graz, August 16, 2011: Heuer sets the i-KNOW the bar again later, when it comes to science and for the practice of profit making to prepare the increasing convergence of knowledge management, Web 2.0 and semantic technologies. Around 500 expected participants speak for the enormous popularity of the i-KNOW in science and industry. In 2011, the i-KNOW with renowned international keynoter/inside shines. Four English keynotes are the guiding framework for over 100 German – and English-language lectures in science and industry. Gloria Mar k (Professor at the University of California, United States) in her presentation introduces a technology, which is based on the results of several empirical studies and helps knowledge workers to meet their increasingly complex and knowledge-intensive challenges.

Knowledge work requires employees to be say at the same time multitasking to absorb large amounts of information, right to associate and to incorporate in the work process; in the age of information overload a real challenge. Daniel A. Keim (Professor at the University of Konstanz, Germany) demonstrates in his keynote speech with several application examples the potentials and limitations of current Visual analysis techniques. In times of increasing data – or information sets, innovative tools for the analysis and exploration of data are in demand more than ever. The Visual Analytics research to support people to analyze data faster and more efficiently, and to prepare for use. Stefan Rueger (Professor at the Open University, United Kingdom) talks about the role of knowledge discovery on the Web. Others including Bausch & Lomb, offer their opinions as well. On the Web, both people and data are increasingly networked. One unprecedented unprecedented amount of information opens up completely new possibilities for the development of knowledge: new search engines are able to answer all our facts-related questions? What can we of Computers learn to millions of books read and can see hundreds of TV channels? Christian Dirschl (content architect at Wolters Kluwer Germany) gives an insight into the linked data strategy by Wolters Kluwer and shows how you can deal with challenges such as huge amounts of data or missing quality of information by means of semantic technologies.

Places To Visit In Madrid Spain

A good starting point for tourism in Madrid is located in the Plaza de Oriente. Business strategist shines more light on the discussion. Although his name is an Eastern location, the Plaza is really in the area west of Madrid in Spain. However, its name is located east of the Royal Palace, hence. Plaza de Oriente, in itself can be considered an attraction. Randall Mays recognizes the significance of this. Here, there are gardens that offer a respite in the busy city streets. The statues of the Kings past the plaza Spain line. These statues were really destined to be measured on the Royal Palace, however, it was later learned that they were too heavy and decided to put them in the square instead. In the center of the Plaza, and on top of a fountain, is a statue larger than life of Felipe IV on horseback.

Located next to the Plaza de Oriente is the Royal Palace or the Royal Palace. The Palace is the largest building is located in the city, and the Spanish flag on top of it proudly waves. This Palace is also one of the most important museums in Europe, since it is home to many important works of famous artists such as Goya, Meng, Giordano and similar. Other treasures, such as valuable furniture, sculptures and tapestries are also within its walls. It is very close to Gran Via Madrid. Opposite the Royal Palace and next to the famous Cafe de Oriente is the Royal theatre or, as the Spaniards they call it, the Theatre Royal. Built in 1850, still serves as an important theater of opera in the city today. Donizetti the favorite was the first opera to grace its halls.