The latest news from and about MAYA

Public Participation in GIS Conference

Aug 20 2005

Josh Knauer spoke about the “National Infrastructure for Community Statistics — Liberating Public GIS and Statistical Data” for the Urban and Regional Information Systems Association in Cleveland, OH.

Fetish: Constant Reminder

Aug 16 2005

Features Eaton | Home Heartbeat as the perfect peace-of-mind tool for paranoid homeowners.

SIAM 2005 Annual Meeting

Jul 30 2005

At the annual conference of the Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics, Dominic Widdows shows how to use the logic of quantum particles for data mining and data fusion. Some of the research is described in his recent book, Geometry and Meaning.

WTAS 2005

Jul 20 2005

In Calgary, Alberta, Seung Chan Lim attends the annual IASTED conference on Web Technologies, Applications, and Services to show how rich Web applications can be built using the black box composition paradigm.

Avoiding Renovator’s Remorse: Home Networking

Jul 16 2005

Contrasts Eaton | Home Heartbeat with expensive, complicated systems.

Tides Foundation

Jun 30 2005

Josh Knauer gives a talk in San Francisco, CA on “Creating Compelling Cases for Environmental Action” using the Information Commons.

Where 2.0

Jun 20 2005

Josh Knauer, MAYA’s Director of Ddvanced Development, gave a talk at the O’Reilly & Associates conference in San Franciso, CA entitled “InfoCommons: An Open Platform for Public Data.”

ACL 2005 Workshop on Deep Lexical Acquisition

Jun 10 2005

Deeper into data mining, Dominic Widdows teaches computers to recognize idioms in everyday texts, sharing this work with other researchers from the Association for Computational Linguistics.

InfoCommons

Jun 01 2005

Audio interview with Josh Knauer about MAYA’s Information Commons.

AAACL/ICAME Conference

May 30 2005

At the American Association of Applied Corpus Linguistics, Dominic Widdows presents joint work with Dr. Peter Lucas, showing how MAYA Design’s architecture for pervasive information access can be used for large scale document sharing and classification projects.

Peter Lucas
Founding Principal