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This observational study aimed to adapt a computer-tailored step advice for the general population into a feasible advice for breast cancer survivors and to test its usability. First, several adaptations were made to the original design (adding cancer-related physical activity (PA) barriers and beliefs, and self-management strategies to improve survivors'(More)
The transition from breast cancer patient to survivor is associated with many treatment-related and psychosocial factors, which can influence health behaviour and associated needs. First, this study aimed to identify clusters of treatment-related and psychosocial factors among breast cancer survivors. Second, clusters' physical activity levels and care(More)
ESCO--the multilingual European Skills, Competences, Qualifications, and Occupations classification--lets stakeholders in the EU labor market better understand information they exchange. Such semantic interoperability will help address the chronic mismatch between unemployed workers' skills and companies' needs.
Microservices promise to vastly simplify application complexity. Tiny applications offering very specific functionality are easy to build and maintain. But how do you keep your models in sync? Is there a way to share the microservices between parties? By leveraging the power of semantic technologies, we can create an ecosystem in which many microservices(More)
This paper describes the current state of mu.semte.ch, a platform for building state-of-the-art web applications fuelled by Linked Data aware microservices. The platform assumes a mashup-like construction of single page web applications which consume various services. In order to reuse tooling built in the community, Linked Data is not pushed to the(More)
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