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  • Euranova (link)
  •  Easy Interactions (link)
    • The ITEA 2 EASY Interactions project has developed more natural ways of interacting with complex systems to provide an intelligent and semantic access to information and services as demonstrated across a wide range of domains. By integrating cutting-edge natural-language processing techniques and machine learning with domain ontology, it is now possible to carry out content and information mining at the semantic – or meaning – level. Existing user modelling methods were extended by specific methodologies for the semantic analysis of content. Current devices for human-system interactivity – such as the computer mouse, keyboards, joysticks and display screens – are no longer able to cope with the growing complexity of computer-based systems. It is therefore necessary to move to more pervasive  human-system and human-environment interaction paradigms – a major challenge for systems developers. EASY Interactions focused on developing more natural ways of interacting with systems using new technologies involving eye/head tracking, gesture analysis, speech recognition and synthesis, natural-language processing and understanding, spoken dialogue, three-dimensional (3D) video systems, and 3D and multi-display devices. The result is enhanced and personalised human-system interactivity applicable in many domains.
  • DoitYourself (link)
    • The Do-it-Yourself Smart Experiences project (DiYSE) aims at enabling ordinary people to easily create, setup and control applications in their smart living environments as well as in the public Internet-of-Things space, allowing them to leverage aware services and smart objects for obtaining highly personalised, social, interactive, flowing experiences at home and in the city.
  • Mosis (link)
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      • The ITEA 2 project MoSiS has developed a common variability language (CVL) for modelling and managing variability and several domain-specific languages (DSLs) for model-driven development of software-intensive systems. Domain-specific languages (DSLs) allow model-driven development of software-intensive systems and have been demonstrated in sectors such as railway signalling, communications
        and manufacturing. A series of tool prototypes supports MoSiS DSLs and CVL.
    • Relation to UsiXML
  • Esaps (link)
    • ESAPS aims to provide an enhanced system-family approach to enable a major paradigm shift in the existing processes, methods, platforms and tools. ESAPS is carried out by a consortium of leading European companies, research and technology transfer institutions and universities.
  • Families (link)
    • FAMILIES is the finalising project in a row, following ESAPS and CAFÉ. It concentrates upon maturity, institutionalisation, business relevance, standardisation and dissemination, which is carried out by a consortium of leading European companies, research and technology transfer institutions and universities.
  • Cantata (link)
    • The general goal of CANTATA is to energize the European industry with respect to the development of content aware systems. This is based on the vision that there is a large industrial potential for such content aware systems. Where the Serket project is focusing on combining signals from a wide variety of sensors, CANTATA is focusing on multimedia streams. The content awareness fits also with long-term trends in the European society, such as the growing population of older people requiring more care and observation in security and healthcare aspects. There are a number of factors that impede this large industrial potential; this is visualized in the A-B-C-D model

  • Veritas (link)
  •  DIY Smart Experience (link)
    • The Do-it-Yourself Smart Experiences project (DiYSE) aims at enabling ordinary people to easily create, setup and control applications in their smart living environments as well as in the public Internet-of-Things space, allowing them to leverage aware services and smart objects for obtaining highly personalised, social, interactive, flowing experiences at home and in the city.
  •  Moano (link)
    • Le projet MOANO "Modèles et Outils pour Applications NOmades de découverte de territoire" est un projet ambitieux. Il est soutenu par l'ANR (2010-2014) - Programme CONTINT.
      Ce projet va permettre de mettre en commun les avancées dans les domaines de la conception d’applications exploitant des données spatio-temporelles, de la recherche d’informations à caractère également spatio-temporel, ainsi que la production d’information de ce même type. Afin d’être totalement transversal, nous souhaitons offrir une infrastructure logicielle (plateforme) permettant à tout type de périphérique mobile de capturer des informations contextuelles de nature spatio-temporelles ou pouvant enrichir ces dernières afin d’augmenter leur pouvoir sémantique ou de faciliter leur indexation en vue d’une exploitation/recherche ultérieure par les applications.
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