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AHA! progress report February 25, 2002

Personnel

The NLnet AHA project has started on July 1, 2001. The current team consists of the following people:

In addition, supervision is provided by prof. dr. Paul De Bra, and when needed also by dr. Ad Aerts, dr. Lora Aroyo, dr. Licia Calvi, dr. ir. Alexandra Cristea and dr. ir. Geert-Jan Houben.

Progress (since previous report) up to this date

The status of the AHA project as of February 25, 2002 is described below. It lists the items that have been realized or worked on since the previous progress report.

Milestones

Because of technical difficulties (broken computer) some work was shifted. (This has lead to the investigation of modularized DTDs instead of working on an intermediate release of AHA.) As a result, the planned release of AHA will be postponed until around April 1, 2002. The parts currently being worked on in the AHA project, and the new corresponding milestones, are as follows:

Project Year 2

Initial plans for developments on AHA in the second project year include:

Developments of the AHA project can be followed on the AHA website, at the address http://aha.win.tue.nl/.

Publication / Dissemination

The AHA project, and the prototype system will be submitted for demonstration to (at least) the following international conferences:

There have been initial contacts with potential users of AHA. At least the release scheduled for April 1, 2002 (but also the July 1 release) is needed to really attract users because of the need to demonstrate the full functionality of the AHA system.

AHA is currently being used by:

AHA is also scheduled for study and/use by the following people:

More potential users of AHA will be contacted during the upcoming demos at conferences.

Calls

Send in your ideas.
Deadline Feb 1st, 2018.

 

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