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The idSpace environment


 

 

The idSpace environment features an integrative toolset that allows a distributed team of innovators to create new ideas, to contribute to and preserve existing ideas, and to learn about them. It employs techniques for exploring new ideas (e.g. mind mapping in story writing and brainstorming) and for refinement of ideas (e.g. morphological analysis.) The project developed tools to support traceability among stories, mind maps, concept maps, goals, new product features, as well as company values and policies. The idSpace platform also preserves semantic relationships among the different viewpoints for later exploration, retrieval, and navigation purposes. The effectiveness of the integrative platform has been tested by exposing it to innovation experts and innovators.


IdSpace environment is based on Liferay platform, into which the required functionalities will be incorporated as portlets. In the portlets other platforms are used such as MxGraph,  and Topic maps tools (Ontopia & Kamala).

 

You can watch video tutorials about the idspace platform here.

 

A comprehensive guide of how to use the idSpace platform can be found at the idSpace wiki portal.

 

For further information about the use of idspace platform, please contact Mr. Roger Dols at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

 

News

Watch video tutorials about the idspace platform

Rani Pinchuk: editor of TMQL (Topic Maps Query Language) in the SC34/WG3. A working group of SC34, subcommittee of Joint Technical Committee 1 of the ISO and IEC.

Morpheus idSpace presentation at the session Applications of the TMRA 2009 conference, 11-13 November 2009, Campus Villa Ida, Leipzig, Germany.

idSpace sponsor the TMRA 2009 conference, 11-13 November 2009, Campus Villa Ida, Leipzig, Germany.

You can "meet" idSpace project @ OUNL stand @ Online Educa Berlin 2009, December 2-4 2009, Hotel Intercontinental Berlin.

"Methods & Tools for Computer-Supported Collaborative Creativity Process" By Symeon Retalis, University of Piraeus, Greece, at Online Educa Berlin 2009, Friday, 16:30-18:00, December 4, 2009.