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    • Big linked cancer data: Integrating linked TCGA and PubMed 

      Saleem, M; Kamdar, M; Iqbal, A; Sampath, S; Deus, H; Ngomo, A (Elsevier, 2014-07-07)
      The amount of bio-medical data available on the Web grows exponentially with time. The resulting large volume of data makes manual exploration very tedious. Moreover, the velocity at which this data changes and the variety ...
    • Big linked cancer data: Integrating linked TCGA and PubMed 

      Kamdar, Maulik R.; Iqbal, Aftab; Sampath, Shanmuka (Elsevier ScienceDirect, 2014-07-16)
      The amount of bio-medical data available on the Web grows exponentially with time. The resulting large volume of data makes manual exploration very tedious. Moreover, the velocity at which this data changes and the variety ...
    • A case study of collecting dynamic social data: The pro-ana twitter community 

      Wood, Ian (Australian National University, College of Engineering and Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, 2015)
      The study of social processes in on-line social media content is a relatively new and rapidly growing endeavour. Many social media platforms provide a public API (Application Programming Interface) which can be used for ...
    • Churn in Social Networks 

      Karnstedt, Marcel; Hennessy, Tara; Chan, Jeffrey; Basuchowdhuri, Partha; Hayes, Conor (Springer, 2010)
      Telcom networks, online gaming communities, online communities and discussion forums all have one thing in common: they all can be represented by a network of the social links between people. The links in this social network ...
    • A collaborative methodology for developing a semantic model for interlinking Cancer Chemoprevention linked-data sources 

      Zeginis, Dimitris; Hasnain, Ali; Loutas, Nikolaos; Deus, Helena; Fox, Ronan; Tarabanisa, Konstantinos (IOS press, 2013)
                                 This paper proposes a collaborative methodology for developing semantic data models. The proposed methodology for the semantic model development follows a meet-in-the-middle approach. On the ...
    • The finite implication problem for expressive XML keys: Foundations, applications, and performance evaluation 

      Ferrarotti, Flavio; Hartmann, Sven; Link, Sebastian; Marin, Mauricio; Muñoz, Emir (Springer, 2013)
      The increasing popularity of XML for persistent data storage, processing and exchange has triggered the demand for efficient algorithms to manage XML data. Both industry and academia have long since recognized the importance ...
    • A Formal Investigation of Semantic Interoperability of HCLS Systems 

      Sahay, Ratnesh; Zimmermann, Antoine; Fox, Ronan; Polleres, Axel; Hauswirth, Manfred (IGI Global, 2013-06)
      Semantic interoperability facilitates Health Care and Life Sciences (HCLS) systems in connecting stakeholders at various levels as well as ensuring seamless use of healthcare resources. Their scope ranges from local to ...
    • Linked Data Driven Information Systems as an enabler for Integrating Financial Data 

      O'Riain, Sean; Harth, Andreas; Curry, Edward (IGI Global, 2011)
      With increased dependence on efficient use and inclusion of diverse corporate and Web based data sources for business information analysis, financial information providers will increasingly need agile information ...
    • Linked Data Driven Information Systems as an Enabler for Integrating Financial Data 

      O'Riain, Sean; Curry, Edward (IGI Global, 2012)
      With increased dependence on efficient use and inclusion of diverse corporate and Web based data sources for business information analysis, financial information providers will increasingly need agile information integration ...
    • RDFS & OWL Reasoning for Linked Data 

      Hogan, Aidan; Delbru, Renaud; Umbrich, Jurgen (na, 2013)
      Linked Data promises that a large portion of Web Data will be usable as one big interlinked RDF database against which structured queries can be answered. In this lecture we will show how reasoning - using RDF Schema (RDFS) ...
    • The Role of Community-Driven Data Curation for Enterprises 

      Curry, Edward; Freitas, Andre; O'Ríain, Seán (Springer US, 2010)
      With increased utilization of data within their operational and strategic processes, enterprises need to ensure data quality and accuracy. Data curation is a process that can ensure the quality of data and its fitness ...
    • S3QL: A distributed domain specific language for controlled semantic integration of life sciences data 

      Deus, Helena (2011)
      Background The value and usefulness of data increases when it is explicitly interlinked with related data. This is the core principle of Linked Data. For life sciences researchers, harnessing the power of Linked Data ...
    • Semi-Supervised Technical Term Tagging With Minimal User Feedback 

      Buitelaar, Paul; Bordea, Georgeta; QasemiZadeh, Behrang (2012)
      In this paper, we address the problem of extracting technical terms automatically from an unannotated corpus. We introduce a technology term tagger, that is based on Liblinear Support Vector Machines and employs linguistic ...
    • SPORTAL: Profiling the Content of Public SPARQL Endpoints 

      Hasnain, Ali; Mehmood, Qaiser; Sana e Zainab, Syeda; Hogan, Aidan (IGI Global, 2016)
      Access to hundreds of knowledge bases has been made available on the Web through public SPARQL endpoints. Unfortunately, few endpoints publish descriptions of their content (e.g., using VoID). It is thus unclear how agents ...
    • TopFed: TCGA tailored federated query processing and linking to LOD 

      Padmanabhuni, Shanmukha S.; Iqbal, Aftab; Decker, Stefan (BioMed Central, 2014-12-03)
      Backgroud: The Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA) is a multidisciplinary, multi-institutional effort to catalogue genetic mutations responsible for cancer using genome analysis techniques. One of the aims of this project is to ...
    • Understanding Contributor to Developer Turnover Patterns in OSS Projects: A Case Study of Apache Projects 

      Iqbal, Aftab (Hindawi Publishing Corporation, 2014-01-19)
      OSS projects are dynamic in nature. Developers contribute to a project for a certain period of time and later leave the project or join other projects of high interest. Hence, the OSS community always welcomes members who ...
    • Understanding the Maturity of Sustainable ICT 

      Curry, Edward; Donnellan, Brian (Springer, 2012)
      Sustainable ICT (SICT) can develop solutions that offer benefits both internally in IT and across the extended enterprise. However, because the field is new and evolving, few guidelines and best practices are available. ...