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Peter Scholz

Email: scholz@informatik.uni-leipzig.de

Johannisgasse 26, 04103 Leipzig, Germany

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Peter studied computer science and theory of science at the University of Leipzig.
Since april 2010, he is involved in the Thomaner Portal as Ruby on Rails developer.

He is Rails developer since an internship at le-tex.de in the year 2005, since this time, he is widely interested in many kinds of standard web development, especially of the semantic web, such as TopicMaps, in combination with new standards such as HTML5, javascript and the growing up key-value-stores.

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Nutzung der PND als Grundlage zum Aufbau ...

by Peter Scholz 


In diesem Vortrag wird das Thomaner-Portal – eine Sammlung aller Aufführungen des Thomanerchores in den Jahren 1808–2008 – vorgestellt. Dabei …

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Das Topic Maps Lab im Überblick



Gefördert durch das BMBF haben sich im Topic Maps Lab unter der Leitung von Dr. Lutz Maicher die Universität Leipzig (Prof. Dr. G. Heyer) und die …

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The Topic Maps Lab Team



Phase II of the Topic Maps Lab venture was started in Mai 2009. This is a list of its current and former members.

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The local newspaper LVZ (Leipziger Volkszeitung) has published two articles about our project with the St. Thomas boy choral.

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ARNotations is a Ruby on Rails plugin to map any kind of ActiveRecord model to a Topic Map Fragment, providing the ability to expose them TMExplore ...

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Repertoire of the St. Thomas church boy ...

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Das Ziel des Vorhabens ist es, eine EDV-gestützte Bestandsaufnahme zum Repertoire („Kanon“) des Leipziger Thomanerchors (1808-2008) sowohl der ...


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Resellers can give their customers the opportunity to apply Web 3.0 technology to their web sites with topics maps-based searching, which is more suitable for single sites than Google-style navigation.

Kal Ahmed
Topic Maps Lab auf der Cebit 2011

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