Hi all!

It would be great if someone could read through the following lines. Actually its a part of my bachelor thesis which will be freely availabel for everyone upon its finished.
Many thanks in advance!

As Semantic eMail Addressing is particularly suitable for the usage within companies a fictional business setting has been developed. Think of a company with several employees who are involved in one or more projects the company runs. Employees as well as projects have one or more Subjects they are related to. Subjects are the field of interest an employee has or the topic a project is related to. Each project has a project leader. The extension makes it possible to address an employee or even groups of employees without knowing their eMail addresses. Just by entering the desired descriptive parameter the extension determines the right person and the corresponding eMail Addresses on the fly.

To achieve the maximum possible flexibility the WSML ontology, the WSML 2 Reasoner and the client application (the actual extension) are located on distinctive places. This architecture allows maintaining the WSML ontology instances at a central spot. Therefore all connected clients can be sure to access the same up-to-date data instances. The data is retrieved on the fly upon user interaction with the extension.

This paper introduces the basic idea of Semantic eMail Addressing. Semantic eMail Addressing is a powerful tool which can facilitate the contacting of individuals based on their characteristics. Therefore, Semantic eMail Addressing may improve the efficiency of eMail communication. There are still open issues concerning Semantic eMail Addressing which emerged during working on this paper:

Replying on Semantic eMail Addresses: As the set of people satisfying a condition may change over time, replaying can result in new people receiving the replay and old people not receiving the replay, which may or may not be the desired behaviour.

As Semantic eMail Addressing could easily be used to email large numbers of people. Safeguards must be put in place to make sure that user errors do not result in mass spamming. On the public Internet Semantic eMail Addressing is hard to control.

A sophisticated Semanitc eMail client should also support the possibility of using various ontologies. The client would need to generate the chooser interfaces on the fly based on the ontology.

Because of the extensibility of Mozilla Thunderbird it is suitable eMail client for prototyping and testing purposes. Unfortunately, it is not very widely spread among companies. But the implementation of the SMAIL extension discussed in this paper may adapted to other clients as soon as the client offers an application program interface (API).

Ciao,
Philipp
As it's your thesis I don't think it is right to help you too much but I've highlighted some of the problems for you. Your punctuation is a bit iffy too in places. You seem to like the phrase 'on the fly'. This is slang and not appropriate for a thesis.

As Semantic eMail Addressing is particularly suitable for the usage within companies a fictional business setting has been developed. Think of a company with several employees who are involved in one or more projects the company runs. Employees as well as projects have one or more Subjects they are related to. Subjects are the field of interest an employee has or the topic a project is related to. Each project has a project leader. The extension makes it possible to address an employee or even groups of employees without knowing their eMail addresses. Just by entering the desired descriptive parameter the extension determines the right person and the corresponding eMail Addresses on the fly.

To achieve the maximum possible flexibility the WSML ontology, the WSML 2 Reasoner and the client application (the actual extension) are located on distinctive places. This architecture allows maintaining the WSML ontology instances at a central spot. Therefore all connected clients can be sure to access the same up-to-date data instances. The data is retrieved on the fly upon user interaction with the extension.

This paper introduces the basic idea of Semantic eMail Addressing. Semantic eMail Addressing is a powerful tool which can facilitate the contacting of individuals based on their characteristics. Therefore, Semantic eMail Addressing may improve the efficiency of eMail communication. There are still open issues concerning Semantic eMail Addressing which emerged during working on this paper:

Replying on Semantic eMail Addresses: As the set of people satisfying a condition may change over time, replaying can result in new people receiving the replay and old people not receiving the replay, which may or may not be the desired behaviour.

As Semantic eMail Addressing could easily be used to email large numbers of people. Safeguards must be put in place to make sure that user errors do not result in mass spamming. On the public Internet Semantic eMail Addressing is hard to control.

A sophisticated Semanitc eMail client should also support the possibility of using various ontologies. The client would need to generate the chooser interfaces on the fly based on the ontology.

Because of the extensibility of Mozilla Thunderbird it is suitable eMail client for prototyping and testing purposes. Unfortunately, it is not very widely spread among companies. But the implementation of the SMAIL extension discussed in this paper may adapted to other clients as soon as the client offers an application program interface (API).
Thanks a million :-)