29 Jun 2016
On the upcoming Monday (04.07.2016), AKSW group will discuss topics related to Semantic Web and Big Data as well as programming languages and code quality. In particular, the following papers will be presented: S2RDF: RDF Querying with SPARQL on Spark by Alexander Schätzle et al. Presented by: Ivan Ermilov RDF has become very popular for semantic data publishing due to its flexible and universal graph-like data model. Yet, the ever-increasing size of RDF data collections makes it more and more infeasible to store and process them on a single machine, raising the need for distributed approaches. Instead of building a ...
29 Jun 2016 10:34am GMT
27 Jun 2016
This year's SEMANTiCS conference which is taking place between September 12 - 15, 2016 in Leipzig recently invited for the submission of research papers on semantic technologies. Several AKSW members seized the opportunity and got their submitted papers accepted for presentation at the conference. These are listed below: Executing SPARQL queries over Mapped Document Stores with SparqlMap -M (Jörg Unbehauen, Michael Martin ) Distributed Collaboration on RDF Datasets Using Git: Towards the Quit Store (Natanael Arndt, Norman Radtke and Michael Martin) Towards Versioning of Arbitrary RDF Data (Marvin Frommhold, Ruben Navarro Piris, Natanael Arndt, Sebastian Tramp, Niklas Petersen and Michael ...
27 Jun 2016 10:50am GMT
26 Jun 2016
AKSW Colloquium, 27.06.2016, When owl:sameAs isn’t the Same + Towards Versioning for Arbitrary RDF Data
In the next Colloquium, June the 27th at 3 PM, two papers will be presented: When owl:sameAs isn't the Same: An Analysis of Identity in Linked Data André Valdestilhas will present the paper "When owl:sameAs isn't the Same: An Analysis of Identity in Linked Data" by Halpin et al. [ PDF ]: Abstract : In Linked Data, the use of owl:sameAs is ubiquitous in interlinking data-sets. There is however, ongoing discussion about its use, and potential misuse, particularly with regards to interactions with inference. In fact, owl:sameAs can be viewed as encoding only one point on a scale of similarity, one that is ...
26 Jun 2016 1:46pm GMT
25 Jun 2016
New Paper: "Using the Semantic Web for Rapid Integration of WikiPathways with Other Biological Online Data Resources"
Andra Waagmeester published a paper on his work on a semantic web version of the WikiPathways (doi: 10.1371/journal.pcbi.1004989 ). The paper outlines the design decisions, shows the SPARQL endpoint , and several examples SPARQL queries. These include federates queries, like a mashup with DisGeNET (doi: 10.1093/database/bav028 ) and EMBL-EBI's Expression Atlas . That results in nice visualisations like this: If you have the relevant information in the pathway, these pathways can help a lot in helping understanding of what is biologically going on. And, of course, used for exactly that a lot. Press release Because press releases have become an ...
25 Jun 2016 9:44am GMT
23 Jun 2016
I spend a lot of time reading through licences and terms & conditions. Much more so than I thought I would when I first started getting involved with open data. After all, I largely just like making things with data. But there's still so much data that is
23 Jun 2016 7:03pm GMT
22 Jun 2016
Undecided, stand back we know flowcharts: Taken from my slides for my keynote at TKE: Linguistic Linked Open Data, Challenges, Approaches, Future Work from Sebastian Hellmann
22 Jun 2016 9:41am GMT
21 Jun 2016
Over the course of my career I've done a variety of consulting projects as both an employee and freelancer. I've helped found and run a small consulting team. And, through my experience leading engineering teams, some experience of designing products and platforms. I've been involved in a few discussions, particularly over the last 12 months or so, around how to generate repeatable products off the back of consulting engagements. I wanted to jot down a few thoughts here based on my own experience and a bit of background reading. I don't claim to have any special insight or expertise, but the topic is one ...
21 Jun 2016 5:15pm GMT
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15 Jun 2016
2016-06-15, The deadline of 15 July is approaching for abstract submissions for the Presentations on Metadata track and the Best Practice Poster track for DC-2016 in Copenhagen . Both tracks provide metadata practitioners and researchers the opportunity to present their work in Copenhagen. Neither of the tracks require a paper submission. Submit your proposal abstract for either track at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/index.php/IntConf/dc-2016/schedConf/cfp . Selections for presentation in Copenhagen will be made by the DC-2016 Organizing Team .
15 Jun 2016 11:59pm GMT
2016-06-15, Registration for DC-2016 is now open at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/index/pages/view/reg16 . The International Conference takes place on 13-14 October and the Workshop Series on 15-16. Separate registrations are available for the Conference and Workshops. DC-2016 in Copenhagen is collocated in the same venue with the ASIST Annual Meeting that takes place from 14-18 October. Special rates for the ASIST meeting are available to DCMI members. The program for DC-2016 will include papers, project reports, posters (research and best practice) and presentations on metadata. In addition, there will be a series of topical special sessions and two days of workshops . For ...
15 Jun 2016 11:59pm GMT
2016-06-15, DCMI is proud to announce a series of four workshops as part of the Professional program at DC-2016 . Both half-day and full-day workshops are available. Abstracts of the workshops are available at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/index/pages/view/workshop . Delegates to DC-2016 may register for both the International Conference and the Workshops individually at http://dcevents.dublincore.org/IntConf/index/pages/view/reg16 . Day and half-day rates for individual workshops are also available.
15 Jun 2016 11:59pm GMT
14 Jun 2016
This is a brief post to highlight a short discussion document that I recently published about
14 Jun 2016 4:50pm GMT
The 12th International Conference on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering (TKE 2016) has announced their invited speakers, including Dr. Sebastian Hellmann , Head of the AKSW/KILT research group at Leipzig University and Executive Director of the DBpedia Association at the Institut for Applied Informatics (InfAI) e.V. . Sebastian Hellman will give a talk on Challenges, Approaches and Future Work for Linguistic Linked Open Data (LLOD) . The theme of the 12th International Conference on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering will be 'Term Bases and Linguistic Linked Open Data'. So the main aims of TKE 2016 will be to bring together researchers from ...
14 Jun 2016 10:58am GMT
14 Jun 2016 7:11am GMT
12 Jun 2016
Hello Community! We are very pleased to announce that two of our papers were accepted for presentation at the biennial European Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ECAI). ECAI is Europe's premier venue for presenting scientific results in AI and will be held from August 29th to September 02nd in The Hague, Netherlands. In more detail, we will present the following papers: An Efficient Approach for the Generation of Allen Relations (Kleanthi Georgala, Mohamed Sherif, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo) Abstract: Event data is increasingly being represented according to the Linked Data principles. The need for large-scale machine learning on data represented in ...
12 Jun 2016 8:22pm GMT
If emojis have Unicode code points, then we can...
12 Jun 2016 4:46pm GMT