The First International Semantic Web Conference

Homepage: http://iswc2002.semanticweb.org


The following papers were presented at The First International Semantic Web Conference (listed alphabetically):
  1. Intelligent Brokering on the Web
  2. Learning Organizational Memory
  3. Approximate Ontology Translation and its Application to Regional Information Services
  4. Adding Semantics to Scientific Collaboration Documents
  5. Web Service Enablement for B2C Interactions
  6. Svolgo: A Graph Framework
  7. Semantic Web and learning environments
  8. COHSE: Semantic Web Gives a Better Deal for the Whole Web?
  9. Giving semantics to RDF by mapping into rewriting logic
  10. Integrating Metadata Standards, Ontologies and the Web Services Model for Information Mediators
  11. Context-Sensitive User Interface Support for Ontology-Based Web Applications
  12. Melita: Active Document Enrichment using Adaptive Information Extraction from Text
  13. Six Challenges for the Semantic Web
  14. An Ontology for Intellectual Property Rights: IPROnto
  15. CONTESSA: A CONTEnt Semantic Service Agent
  16. An Evolutionary Approach to the Semantic Web
  17. SemTalk: Authoring the Semantic Web with MS Visio
  18. Towards a Semantic Portal for Minority Rights in Europe
  19. The definition of a formal ontological framework aimed at semantic interoperability: the case for fishery domain
  20. Semantic Web Tools from MIND SWAP
  21. Challenging DAML+OIL by a Commercial Technology - What can the Semantic Web learn from it? (Preliminary Results)
  22. Reconciling Experts' Ontologies for the Semantic Web
  23. X-pmi : An eXtensible Personal Mobility Interface (Semantic Web of Mobility Devices)
  24. Information System Concepts based on semiotics: The FRISCO Approach
  25. S-CREAM - Semi-automatic CREAtion of Metadata
  26. Cultural Semantic Interoperability on the Web: Case Finnish Museums Online
  27. Semantic Commitment for Designing Ontologies: A Tool Proposal
  28. Towards A Commercial Ontology Development Environment
  29. ELENA - Creating a Smart Space for Learning
  30. Knowledge Control System - The Backbone Of Ontology Middleware
  31. OntoView: Comparing and Versioning Ontologies
  32. Editing Learning Object Metadata: Schema Driven Input of RDF Metadata
  33. ScadaOnWeb: Modelling and Web-Exchange of Process and Engineering Information
  34. Lowering the entry level: Lessons from the Web and the Semantic Web for the World-Wide-Mind
  35. The Travel Agent Of The Next Generation Web
  36. Analytic Reports from KDD: Integration into Semantic Web
  37. Ontology-based Communication Forum
  38. DAML Agents for Science Data Web
  39. Using Shared Ontologies for Communication and Personalization
  40. Model Discovery with the TAIM and Intelligent W-Interfaces
  41. Extending Datatype Support in Web Ontology Reasoning
  42. Ontology Harmonisation towards the Semantic Web
  43. A Tool For Mapping Concepts Between Two Ontologies
  44. An action description model for active components in the Semantic Web
  45. MyCampus: A Semantic Web Environment for Context-Aware Mobile Services
  46. Modelling a distributed multimedia conference with RDF
  47. Personalization System based on Dynamic Learning
  48. Ontology-based Search and Broadcast in HyperCuP
  49. Publishing Technology in Spoken Languages from XML Database
  50. Information Retrieval on the Semantic Web
  51. BOR: A Pragmatic DAML+OIL reasoner
  52. CS-Engine: A Cross-Search Engine for Searching Heterogeneous Multiple Databases
  53. Approximate Terminological reasoning for the Semantic Web
  54. SemanticMiner: Smarter Knowledge Retrieval
  55. Towards the Discovery of Implicit Metadata in Commercial Web Pages
  56. KAON-Server - A Semantic Web Management System
  57. A Data Integration Framework for e-Commerce Product Classification
  58. A Formal Model for Topic Maps
  59. A Mini-experiment in Semantic Annotation
  60. An RDF NetAPI
  61. Automatic Generation of Java/SQL Based Inference Engines from RDF Schema and RuleML
  62. Benchmarking RDF Schemas for the Semantic Web
  63. Bringing Together Semantic Web and Web Services
  64. Browsing Schedules - An Agent-Based Approach to Navigating the Semantic Web
  65. Building the Semantic Web on XML
  66. Business and Enterprise Ontology Management with SymOntoX
  67. ClaiMaker: Weaving a Semantic Web of Research Papers
  68. Concurrent Execution Semantics of DAML-S with Subtypes
  69. Consistency Checking of Semantic Web Ontologies
  70. DAML-S: Web Service Description for the Semantic Web
  71. Four Steps Towards the Widespread Adoption of a Semantic Web
  72. Global vs. Community Metadata Standards: Empowering Users for Knowledge Exchange
  73. Integrating Vocabularies: Discovering and Representing Vocabulary Maps
  74. Is Participation in the Semantic Web Too Difficult?
  75. Layering the Semantic Web: Problems and Directions
  76. Matching RDF Graphs
  77. Nonmonotonic Rule Systems on Top of Ontology Layers
  78. Notions of Indistinguishability for Semantic Web Languages
  79. OntoEdit: Collaborative Ontology Development for the Semantic Web
  80. Ontology-Based Integration of XML Web Resources
  81. Preemptive Reification
  82. Querying the Semantic Web: A Formal Approach
  83. Representing Disjunction and Quantifiers in RDF
  84. Semantic Configuration Web Services in the CAWICOMS Project
  85. Semantic Matching of Web Services Capabilities
  86. Semantic Web Enabled Web Services
  87. Sesame: A Generic Architecture for Storing and Querying RDF and RDF Schema
  88. SWAD-Europe: Semantic Web Advanced Development in Europe
  89. Taking the RDF Model Theory Out for a Spin
  90. The Grid, Grid Services and the Semantic Web: Technologies and Opportunities
  91. The Usable Ontology: An Environment for Building and Assessing a Domain Ontology
  92. Three Implementations of SquishQL, a Simple RDF Query Language
  93. Towards a Modification Exchange Language for Distributed RDF Repositories
  94. Towards High-Precision Service Retrieval
  95. Towards Semantic Web Mining
  96. TRIPLE - A Query, Inference, and Transformation Language for the Semantic Web
  97. Trusting Information Sources One Citizen at a Time
  98. WebTheme™: Understanding Web Information through Visual Analytics

The following people were involved in The First International Semantic Web Conference: Chris van Aart, Marie-Helene Abel, Jun-ichi Akahani, Sofia Alexaki, Ron Alford, Bernd Amann, Takahisa Ando, Jürgen Angele, Anjo Anjewierden, Anupriya Ankolekar, Muthukkaruppan Annamalai, Grigoris Antoniou, Kemafor Anyanwu, L. Ardissono, Pascal Auillans, David Avant, Daniel Ayers, Francesco Maria Aymerich, R. Bacher, Kenneth Baclawski, Ross Baker, Sean Bechhofer, Catriel Beeri, V. Richard Benjamins, Bettina Berendt, Sonia Bergamaschi, Abraham Bernstein, Michel Biezunski, Inger I. Blok, Harold Boley, Margarita Bradley, Sebastian Brandt, Stefan Brantner, J. Brase, Dan Brickley, Jeen Broekstra, Murray Burke, Mark H. Burstein, Christoph Bussler, S. Buswell, Rodrigo Caballero, Andrea Calì, Daan Carlier, Cesar Carranza, Les Carr, Jeremy Carroll, Jeremy J. Carroll, Pablo Castells, Tiziana Catarci, Enoch Chan, Henry Chinaski, Vassilis Christophides, Fabio Ciravegna, Omar Cisse, Jesus Contreras, Oscar Corcho, Nick Cramer, Peter Crowther, Isabel Cruz, Lito Cruz, Stefan Decker, Jaime Delgado, Steven A. Demurjian, Nicoletta Dessí, Alexiei Dingli, Ying Ding, John Domingue, Paolo Dongilli, Dejing Dou, Schahram Dustdar, Mark E. Dutra, Andreas Eberhart, Max J. Egenhofer, Peter Eklund, Jeffrey Ellis, Michael Erdmann, Oren Etzioni, Jérôme Euzenat, Alexander Felfernig, Dieter Fensel, Richard Fikes, Christian Fillies, Tim Finin, Frehiwot Fisseha, Christiaan Fluit, Enrico Franconi, Gerhard Friedrich, Jeremy Frumkin, Irini Fundulaki, Isabel Gallego, Harald Gall, Johann Gamper, Aldo Gangemi, Roberto Garcia, Wouter P. C. van Gent, Rosa Gil, Yolanda Gil, Sylvain Giroux, Carole Goble, Jennifer Golbeck, A. Goy, Steve Gribble, Perry Groot, Mike Grove, Rolf Gruetter, Nicola Guarino, Francesco Guerra, Sigrun Gunnersdottir, Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Alon Halevy, Adil Hameed, Siegfried Handschuh, Lynda Hardman, Frank van Harmelen, Simon Harper, Marek Hatala, Stefan Haustein, Pat Hayes, Jeff Heflin, James Hendler, James A. Hendler, Jim Hendler, Nicola Henze, Wolfgang Hesse, Kaoru Hiramatsu, Jerry R. Hobbs, Jair Hokstam, Masahiro Hori, Ian Horrocks, Andreas Hotho, Jan Hreno, Frank Huch, Gabriel Huecas, Mark Humphrys, Eero Hyvonen, Hiroya Inakoshi, Antoine Isaac, Dietmar Jannach, Wouter Jansweijer, Nick Jennings, Stanislav Jordanov, Aditya Kalyanpur, Simon Kampa, Arjohn Kampman, Jaap Kamps, Hideaki Kanai, Martin Kavalec, Takahiro Kawamura, Johannes Keizer, Elisa F. Kendall, Carl Kesselman, Suvi Kettula, Barbara Kieslinger, Atanas Kiryakov, Mark Klein, Michel Klein, Jiri Klemperer, Jana Koehler, Kiyoshi Kogure, Paul A. Kogut, Mieczyslaw M. Kokar, Tilman Kuechler, T. Kunze, Ora Lassila, Wilson Lau, D. Leal, Dominique Lenne, Henry Levy, Thorsten Liebig, Gangmin Li, Vaclav Lin, Luis Llana, Amy Loomis, Carsten Lutz, Peter Macej, Marian Mach, Jose A. Macias, Alexander Maedche, Aimilia Magkanaraki, Raphael Malyankar, Sanda Mandutianu, Massimo Marchiori, Narciso Marti-Oliet, David L. Martin, Philippe Martin, Maarten Marx, B. M. Matthews, James Mayfield, Brian McBride, Drew V. McDermott, Luke McDowell, Deborah McGuinness, Deborah L. McGuinness, Sheila McIlraith, Sheila A. McIlraith, Patrice Ossona de Mendez, L. Miller, Libby Miller, Michele Missikoff, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Eddie Moench, Glenn Moloney, Boris Motik, Enrico Motta, Claude Moulin, Frank Nack, Amedeo Napoli, Srini Narayanan, Roberto Navigli, W. Nejdl, Wolfgang Nejdl, Gustaf Neumann, Steve Newcomb, Steven R. Newcomb, Klaus Niederacher, Cyrus F. Nourani, Natasha F. Noy, Ciaran O'Leary, Damyan Ognyanoff, Damyan Ognyanov, Seishi Okamoto, Borys Omelayenko, Jacco van Ossenbruggen, Gavino Paddeu, Jeff Z. Pan, Massimo Paolucci, Peter Patel-Schneider, Peter F. Patel-Schneider, Manjula Patel, Terry Payne, Terry R. Payne, David Pearce, Joachim Peer, Yun Peng, Barbara Pes, Daniela Petrelli, G. Petrone, Stephen Pettitt, Ian Pettman, Domenico M. Pisanelli, Jörg Pleumann, Dimitris Plexousakis, Borislav Popov, Sushama Prasad, Alun Preece, Margie Price, Juan Quemada, Vilho Raatikka, Varun Ratnakar, Jan Rauch, Ron Reck, Alan Rector, Alberto Reggiori, Gerald Reif, D. Reynolds, Griff Richards, Maarten de Rijke, Tomas Robles, Blanca Rodriguez, Uri Roos, Pierre Rosenstiehl, Nicolas Sabouret, Norman Sadeh, Arnaud Sahuguet, Joaquin Salvachua, Raffaella Sanna, Jean-Paul Sansonnet, Akira Sato, Uli Sattler, Monica Scannapieco, Guus Scheiber, Mario Schlosser, Beat F. Schmid, Michel Scholl, Guus Schreiber, A. Schroder, Andy Seaborne, Yohei Seki, Urvi Shah, Amit Sheth, Yoshinori Shimazaki, Noboru Shimizu, Simon Buckingham Shum, Wolf Siberski, Ronny Siebes, Bernd Simon, Kiril Simov, Jérôme Siméon, Rahul Singh, Michael Sintek, Derek Sleeman, Il-Yeol Song, Min Song, Alessandro Soro, Steffen Staab, Lynn Andrea Stein, Leon Sterling, Robert Stevens, Ljiljana Stojanovic, Hans-Georg Stork, Heiner Stuckenschmidt, Rudi Studer, Gerd Stumme, York Sure, Vojtech Svatek, Katia Sycara, Katia P. Sycara, Marc Taconnet, Francesco Taglino, Julien Tane, Sergio Tessaris, Bhavani Thuraisingham, Ingo Timm, Raphael Troncy, Victoria S. Uren, Mike Uschold, Linh Van, Maria Vargas-Vera, Bernard Vatant, Paola Velardi, Alberto Verdejo, Kim Viljanen, Maurizio Vincini, Raphael Volz, Gorazd Vrabic, Holger Wache, Alexander Wahler, Richard J. Waldinger, Frauke Weichhardt, Dirk Wenke, Mark A. Whiting, Bob Wielinga, Michael D. Wilson, Gay Wood-Albrecht, Markus Zanker, Feng Zhang


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