Activity-Centred Modelling of Knowledge and Interaction Tailored to Users

Domain Experts Tailoring Interaction – Presentation at INTERACT 2011 in Lisbon

The paper with the title “ Domain Experts Tailoring Interaction to Users – an Evaluation Study” will be presented at Interact 2011 coming Friday. Abstract: “ This paper presents ACKTUS, a modeling tool for developing knowledge-based systems for the health domain, and an evaluation study of the system. The main purpose of the evaluation was […]

ACKTUS at PAAMS 2011 and AAAL 2011

The initial work on integrating argumentation-based inquiry dialogues between agents was presented at PAAMS 2011 (9th International Conference on Practical Applications of Agents and Multiagent Systems) in Salamanca the past week. The application of these dialogues was also put in an ambient assisted living context, which was presented at the workshop Agents in Ambient Assisted […]

Open PhD student positions

We are currently looking for interested PhD student candidates for exploring issues related to interaction design of argumentation-based dialogues and supporting learning in dialogue environments. Deadline for submitting applications are April 11, 2011. For more information see the advertisement.

ACKTUS at E-Health 2010

An evaluation study involving domain experts modeling clinical guidelines using ACKTUS was presented at the conference E-Health held in Casablanca, Morocco, and at the co-located workshop Personalisation for E-Health 2010 the model for interaction design of personalised knowledge systems integrated in ACKTUS was presented.

ACKTUS base in new Swedish Brainpower project

New research projects were presented at the annual Swedish Brainpower (SBP) workshop in Stockholm September 23-24. One was the project “Living Dementia Knowledge – a web-based system for collaborative knowledge development and knowledge dissemination”, which will use ACKTUS as a base. The purpose of the project is to synthesize methods, instruments and knowledge for providing […]

Acktus at MEDINFO’10 in Cape Town, South Africa

This week ACKTUS dementia was presented at MEDINFO’10 (13th International Congress on Medical Informatics).

ACKTUS at AIMSA’10 in Varna, Bulgaria

Farooq is presenting the work on the ACKTUS ontology with the title “Selection of Foundational Ontology for Collaborative Knowledge Modeling in Healthcare Domain” at the AIMSA (The 14th International Conference on Artificial Intelligence: Methodology, Systems, Applications) conference this week.

the First ACKTUS Workshop held June 3

The purpose of the workshop was to bring people together who is or may/will become involved in different parts of the development and research in the ACKTUS project, for the purpose to create a common understanding of what is going on, and what are the directions for the nearest future. Focus was on research issues, […]

Research seminar presenting ACKTUS by Helena, April 22

Today’s seminar will provide an overview of ongoing work for creating ACKTUS as an environment for collaborative knowledge building in the health domain. 14.00 in MA112, welcome!

New dementia project in Japan involving ACKTUS starts in May

Helena is back from Japan and South Korea with data from evaluation studies of DMSS-R in use environments. ACKTUS-dementia was also demonstrated in the context of planning for a new research study for improving dementia care.  ACKTUS will in this project serve as a knowledge modeling tool for integrating a new assessment instrument into dementia […]

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