KIWI: Knowledge in a Wiki

  • Dolog, Peter (Project Manager)
  • Nielsen, Peter Axel (Project Participant)
  • Munk-Madsen, Andreas (Project Participant)
  • Jahn, Karsten (Project Participant)
  • Durao, Frederico (Project Participant)

Project Details


The project KIWI is concerned with knowledge management in Semantic Wikis and funded by the European Commission under the Project Number 211932 in the EU Seventh Framework Programme (FP7). KIWI's objective is to investigate how knowledge management in highly dynamic environments can be supported using Semantic Wiki technologies, and how Semantic Wikis can be improved to satisfy the requirements of knowledge management. For this purpose, KIWI will

  • implement an advanced knowledge management system based on the Semantic Wiki IkeWiki and extend it by improved, rule-based reasoning support, information extraction, personalisation, and advanced visualisations and editors
  • verify the system on two use cases in the areas of project knowledge management and software knowledge management, with flexible workflow models and specific support for the respective application areas.

AAU team is responsible for personalization and user modelling research as well as for evaluation of the KIWI system at Logica Denmark.

Effective start/end date01/03/200828/02/2011


  • EU ICT FP7


  • semantic wiki
  • personalization
  • reasoning
  • reason maintanance
  • knowledge management
  • knowledge extraction


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