18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management

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The following papers were presented at 18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management (listed alphabetically):
  1. Key-concept extraction for ontology engineering
  2. RightField: Scientific Knowledge Acquisition by Stealth through Ontology-enabled Spreadsheets
  3. Knowledge extraction based on Discourse Representation Theory and linguistic frames.
  4. TrustMe, I got what you mean! A Trust-Based Semantic P2P Bookmarking System
  5. NIF Combinator: Combining NLP Tool Output
  6. Latest Developments to LODE
  7. The ONtology SElection and Explanation Tool ONSET
  8. User-Friendly Pattern-Based Transformation of OWL Ontologies
  9. Validating ontologies with OOPS!
  10. Improving the Quality of SKOS Vocabularies with Skosify
  11. Guided Semantic Annotation of Comic Panels with Sewelis
  12. I-CAW: Intelligent Data Browser for Informal Learning Using Semantic Nudges
  13. Knowledge Management on the Desktop
  14. LODStats - An Extensible Framework for High-performance Dataset Analytics
  15. Implementing an Automated Ventilation Guideline using the Semantic Wiki KnowWE
  16. Improving the Quality of SKOS Vocabularies with Skosify
  17. The Live OWL Documentation Environment: a tool for the automatic generation of ontology documentation
  18. Semantic Knowledge Discovery from Heterogeneous Data Sources
  19. Nichesourcing: Harnessing the Power of Crowds of Experts
  20. Dimensions of Argumentation in Social Media
  21. Manageable Dataset Curation for Linked Data
  22. Verifying Ontology Requirements with SWIP
  23. knOWLearn: a reuse-based approach for building ontologies in a semi-automatic way
  24. Managing and Representing Scientific Findings about the Environment
  25. Collaborative and Multilingual Ontology Construction
  26. Effective Retrieval Model for Entity with Multi-Valued Attributes: BM25MF and Beyond
  27. Data Quality Assessment Using Linked Data: A Case Study in the Medical Domain
  28. A Study of an Infectious Disease Ontology: the Epidemiological Perspective
  29. A Systematic Review about the Academic Impact of DBpedia
  30. Vocabulary Services Based on SPARQL Endpoints: ONKI Light on SPARQL
  31. Knowledge extraction based on Discourse Representation Theory and linguistic frames.
  32. Extracting Multilingual Natural-Language Patterns for RDF Predicates
  33. A Model of Derived Roles
  34. Proxemic Conceptual Network based on Ontology Enrichment for Representing Documents in IR
  35. Investigating the Semantics of Frame Elements
  36. Keys and Pseudo-Keys Detection for Web Datasets Cleansing and Interlinking
  37. A Knowledge-Based Approach to Augment Applications With Interaction Traces
  38. Improving the performance of a Named Entity Recognition system with knowledge acquisition
  39. Towards the Semantic Web - Incentivizing Semantic Annotation Creation Process
  40. Advocatus Diaboli - Exploratory Enrichment of Ontologies with Negative Constraints
  41. An interactive guidance process supporting consistent updates of RDFS graphs
  42. Ranking RDF with Provenance via Preference Aggregation
  43. ONSET: Automated Foundational Ontology Selection and Explanation
  44. Effective Retrieval Model for Entity with Multi-Valued Attributes: BM25MF and Beyond
  45. Universal OWL Axiom Enrichment for Large Knowledge Bases
  46. Automatic Subject Metadata Generation for Scientific Documents Using Wikipedia and Genetic Algorithms
  47. Validating ontologies with OOPS!
  48. Evaluating wiki-enhanced ontology authoring
  49. Freshening Up While Staying Fast: Towards Hybrid SPARQL Queries
  50. Linked-Data Aware URI Schemes for Referencing Text Fragments
  51. SlideWiki: Elicitation and Sharing of Corporate Knowledge using Presentations
  52. Detecting and Revising Flaws in OWL Object Property Expressions
  53. Building a library of eligibility criteria to support design of clinical trials
  54. Realizing Networks of Proactive Smart Products
  55. Ontology Testing - Methodology and Tool

The following people were involved in 18th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management: Charlie Abela, Witold Abramowicz, Mohamed Ben Ahmed, Stuart Aitken, Mustafa Al-Bakri, Harith Alani, Lora Aroyo, Manuel Atencia, Sören Auer, Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, Finn Bacall, Alkyoni Baglatzi, Joachim Baumeister, Zohra Bellahsene, Chris Bizer, Eva Blomqvist, Victor De Boer, Johan Bos, Paolo Bouquet, Rob Brennan, Christopher Brewster, Volha Bryl, Anca Bucur, Lorenz Bühmann, Liliana Cabral, Gaoussou Camara, Stephane Campinas, Iván Cantador, Iraklis Carlamis, Pierre-Antoine Champin, Jean Charlet, Vinay Chaudhri, Paolo Ciancarini, Philipp Cimiano, Paul Compton, Olivier Corby, David Corsar, Olivier Curé, Claudia D'Amato, Mathieu D'Aquin, Jérôme David, Brian Davis, Stefan Decker, Renaud Delbru, Klaas Dellschaft, Jan Demter, Sylvie Despres, Chris Dijkshoorn, Vania Dimitrova, Renata Dividino, Rim Djedidi, Laura Dragan, Mauro Dragoni, Francesco Draicchio, Mireille Ducasse, Marek Dudáš, Jakub Dzikowski, Ivan Ermilov, Hugo Estrada-Esquivel, Jérôme Euzenat, Kevin Feeney, Dieter Fensel, Jesualdo Tomás Fernández-Breis, Sebastien Ferre, Chiara Di Francescomarino, Aldo Gangemi, Serge Garlatti, Dragan Gasevic, Daniel Gerber, Lamia Ben Ghezaiel, Chiara Ghidini, Luca Gilardoni, Claudio Giuliano, Carole Goble, Paul Groth, Michael Gruninger, Gerd Gröner, Jon Atle Gulla, Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Peter Haase, Harry Halpin, Siegfried Handschuh, Lee Harland, Frank Van Harmelen, Reinhard Hatko, Sebastian Hellmann, Cory Henson, Martin Hepp, Alice Hermann, Nathalie Hernandez, Michiel Hildebrand, Aidan Hogan, Matthew Horridge, Andreas Hotho, Eero Hyvonen, Krzysztof Janowicz, Alex Johansson, Arash Joorabchi, Monika Kaczmarek, Marcel Karnstedt, Gilles Kassel, Tomi Kauppinen, C. Maria Keet, Ali Khalili, Zubeida Khan, Khaled Khelif, Myung Hee Kim, Yoshinobu Kitamura, Kouji Kozaki, Olga Krebs, Patrick Lambrix, Chiraz Latiri, Lydia Lau, Pieter De Leenheer, Jens Lehmann, Moussa Lo, Wolfgang Maass, Abdulhussain E. Mahdi, Michael Martin, Alicia Martínez-Rebollar, Diana Maynard, Robert Meersman, Stefan Mersmann, Krystyna Milian, Michele Missikoff, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Dunja Mladenic, Paola Monachesi, Laura Moss, Enrico Motta, Wolfgang Mueller, Mark Musen, Roberto Navigli, Duyhoa Ngo, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo, Andriy Nikolov, Marcus Nitzschke, Vit Novacek, Natasha F. Noy, Declan O'Sullivan, Stuart Owen, Viktoria Pammer, Josiane Xavier Parreira, Adrian Paschke, Carlos Pedrinaci, Silvio Peroni, Wim Peters, Emanuele Pianta, H. Sofia Pinto, Ian Piper, Enric Plaza, María Poveda-Villalón, Camille Pradel, Alun Preece, Valentina Presutti, Yannick Prié, Frank Puppe, Alan Rector, Ulrich Reimer, Chantal Reynaud, Marco Rospocher, Marie-Christine Rousset, Sebastian Rudolph, Marta Sabou, Harald Sack, Francois Scharffe, Stefan Scheglmann, Ansgar Scherp, Stefan Schlobach, Jodi Schneider, Guus Schreiber, Dirk Schädler, Azam Seil Sepour, Luciano Serafini, Amit Sheth, David Shotten, David Shotton, Elena Simperl, Derek Sleeman, Pavel Smrz, Jacky Snoep, Steffen Staab, Nenad Stojanovic, Heiner Stuckenschmidt, Rudi Studer, Osma Suominen, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Ondrej Svab-Zamazal, Vojtech Svatek, Salvador Sánchez-Alonso, Wei Tai, Valentina Tamma, Darya Tarasowa, Annette ten Teije, Christoph Tempich, Binyam Tesfa, Dhavalkumar Thakker, Matthias Thimm, Keerthi Thomas, Oksana Tokarchuck, Robert Tolksdorf, Sara Tonelli, Francky Trichet, Giovanni Tummarello, Jouni Tuominen, Jürgen Umbrich, Mike Uschold, Samuel Vieyra-García, Fabio Vitali, Johanna Völker, Norbert Weiler, Hannes Werthner, Michael Witbrock, Katy Wolstencroft, Adam Wyner, Henri Ylikotila, Fouad Zablith, Szymon Łazaruk


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