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  1. Research Publications My current and past research work centers on a broad spectrum of topics, including data integration, data warehouses, data analysis, big data, web services, knowledge representation, semantic web, multidimensional data modeling, description logic, and geographical information systems.
  2. Teaching My teaching experience covers a variety of subjects, including algorithms, internet technologies, programming, data mining, machine learning, system programming, digitalization, artificial intelligence, deep learning, big data, and information systems architecture.
  3. Personal Projects My personal projects collectively address various aspects of Wikidata and Wikimedia projects, including handling tabular data, improving translation processes, and providing extensive provenance and ontological information, contributing to the overall development and utility of these platforms.
  4. Art "Art" is an ongoing project that utilizes open standards and open-source software to draw and model diverse objects and concepts. Its objectives encompass tracking learning progress, analyzing outcomes, and uncovering emerging narratives within the creative process.
  5. Artificial Intelligence AI is rapidly evolving from symbolic to connectionist approaches and now interprets and models real-world physical processes. The intersection of AI with kowledge representation and language models may transform our understanding of these phenomena. AI is also revolutionizing research through automation, accelerating discoveries.
  6. Data Science Data science extracts valuable insights from diverse data sources. It starts with data acquisition and preprocessing for quality. Compression optimizes storage. Analysis and mining uncover patterns, aided by AI. Visualization and storytelling communicate insights. Ethical considerations address bias and privacy. Data science shapes our understanding, impacting industries and society.
  7. Knowledge Representation KR techniques, initially used for reasoning, have now become integral to software applications, serving purposes like information discovery and retrieval across diverse domains. Semantic web technologies, such as RDF and OWL, are prominent in this evolution, enabling structured and semantically meaningful data representation on the web. RDF establishes resource relationships for efficient information retrieval, while OWL provides advanced knowledge modeling through ontologies.
  8. Programming Programming has evolved significantly in recent decades, necessitating proficiency in documentation-driven development, software requirements exploration, Linux container experimentation, open-source project analysis, multilingual programming, and discussions on tools, standards, software, web development, and decentralized systems. Additionally, website construction, and linked data integration are vital aspects, contributing to a holistic exploration of programming and software development advances.
  9. Operating Systems The OS landscape has rapidly transformed in recent years, with the widespread adoption of hypervisors and container technologies in production environments. These technologies have revolutionized resource management and application deployment. Additionally, emerging concepts like unikernels and rump kernels are reshaping the OS paradigm by focusing on resource efficiency and modular design. This dynamic evolution underscores the field's adaptability to accommodate changing hardware capabilities and the diverse needs of modern applications.
  10. Universe If the universe were indeed a computer simulation, it would imply that the fundamental laws governing the cosmos could, potentially, be replicated within this simulated environment. For instance, the graceful planetary orbits elucidated by Kepler's laws could be simulated with relative ease. In a similar vein, computer games and movies have already demonstrated the capability to model and render intricate natural phenomena, such as flowers, trees, and mountains, achieving a remarkably realistic visual experience. However, it's important to note that the exploration of a fraction of these objects and their corresponding modeling techniques is still an ongoing endeavor.