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Neologism: Easy Vocabulary Publishing
Creating, documenting, publishing and maintaining an RDF Schema vocabulary is a complex, timeconsuming task. This makes vocabulary maintainers reluctant to evolve their creations quickly in response to user feedback; it ...
LODr - A Linking Open Data Tagging System
This demo paper introduces LODr, a service providing semantic enrichment features for existing tagged content from various Web 2.0 services, based on the MOAT and Linked Data principles.
Trust Models for Community Aware Identity Management
The contemporary Web is heading towards its next stage of evolution. From a clump of unorganised information spaces, the Web is becoming more focused on the meaning of information (the Semantic Web) and on community awareness ...
E-learning based on the Social Semantic Information Sources
E-Learning is no longer just about the materials burned on CD-ROMs and sent across the country. With the potential offered by the Internet, there are new on-line courses emerging every day. However successful they are, ...
Interlinking Multimedia: How to Apply Linked Data Principles to Multimedia Fragments
In this paper, we introduce interlinking multimedia (iM), a pragmatic way to apply the linked data principles to fragments of multimedia items. We report on use cases showing the need for retrieving and describing multimedia ...
Processing ontology alignments with SPARQL
Solving problems raised by heterogeneous ontologies can be achieved by matching the ontologies and processing the resulting alignments. This is typical of data mediation in which the data must be translated from one ...
What should an ASP solver output? A multiple position paper
This position paper raises some issues regarding the output of solvers for Answer Set Programming and discusses experiences made in several different settings. The first set of issues was raised in the context of the ...
inContext: A Pervasive and Collaborative Working Environment for Emerging Team Forms
Participants in current team collaborations belong to different organizations, work on multiple objectives at the same time, and frequently change locations. They use different devices and infrastructures in collaboration ...
Microblogging: A Semantic Web and Distributed Approach
While microblogging has quickly gained a lot of interest in the Web 2.0 community, it still has not been leveraged to the Semantic Web unlike blogs and wikis. This paper describes the features, methods and architecture of ...