Cindy Cicalese, The MITRE Corporation
Dr. Cindy Cicalese is the Senior Technical Advisor of the Software Solutions and Technologies department at the MITRE Corporation. She has developed software across a diverse set of domains including social semantic authoring, real-time robotics control, distributed systems, web applications, and more. She was a tenured computer science professor at Marymount University in Arlington, VA before returning to MITRE. She has developed a suite of MediaWiki and Semantic MediaWiki extensions that are especially helpful for enterprise use of wikis.
|Events||SMWCon Fall 2013, SMWCon Spring 2014, SMWCon Spring 2015,|
|The Why and How of Wiki Farms||I will discuss what has motivated us to craft a repeatable process for creating a wiki farm and will present a "how to" for creating your own wiki farm.||SMWCon Spring 2015|
|Semantic MediaWiki Farm Infrastructure for Multi-Organizational Sharing||We recently deployed a wiki farm on the MITRE Partnership Network to support collaboration among MITRE and its partners. This talk will discuss the technical aspects of the infrastructure and the deployment process.||SMWCon Spring 2014|
|Building enterprise knowledge using semantic encyclopedias||Our team has created more than 50 semantic encyclopedias since 2006 to build enterprise knowledge at MITRE and customer sites. We will share our social and organizational lessons learned.||SMWCon Fall 2013|
|Revolutionizing page naming with semantic properties||Quite often, we find it helpful to have the actual name of a page from the perspective of MediaWiki to be an automatically-generated static page id, while allowing a semantic property to indicate a name that would be meaningful to a user. This creates complications, including how to select a page in a field of a semantic form. To support this alternative approach to page naming, we have used a modified version of the SemanticTitle extension as well as several extensions to SemanticForms that we have custom developed and are in the process of submitting to the open source community.||SMWCon Fall 2013|