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Integration of Wikipedia Previews into Web Pages
|Martin Rotard, Mark Giereth, Thomas Ertl
|GNU Free Documentation License (details)
|About the creators
|Martin Rotard has been researcher and PostDoc of the Visualization and Interactive Systems Institute, University of Stuttgart, since June 2001. His research interests are new graphical standards on the web like Scalable Vector Graphics, MathML, X3D, SMIL, etc., Human Computer Interaction, Usability, and Accessibility. His development activities are in the field of XML-based graphics, semantic web technologies, universal access on the web, graphical user interfaces and software usability.
Mark Giereth is a researcher at the University of Stuttgart's VIS institute. His research interests are in the field of the Semantic Web, information visualization and machine learning techniques.
Thomas Ertl received a masters degree in computer science from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a PhD in theoretical astrophysics from the University of Tuebingen. Currently, Dr. Ertl is a full professor of computer science at the University of Stuttgart, Germany and the head of the Visualization and Interactive Systems Institute (VIS). Prior to that he was a professor of computer graphics and visualization at the University of Erlangen where he lead the scientific visualization group. Besides that, he is a cofounder and a member of the managing board of science+computing ag, a Tuebingen based IT company. His research interests include visualization, computer graphics and human computer interaction in general with a focus on volume rendering, flow visualization, multiresolution analysis, parallel and hardware accelerated graphics, large datasets and interactive steering. Dr. Ertl is coauthor of more than 200 scientific publications and he served on several program and paper committees as well as a reviewer for numerous conferences and journals in the field.