8th International Semantic Web Conference

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The following papers were presented at 8th International Semantic Web Conference (listed alphabetically):
  1. Bigdata®: Enabling the Semantic Web at Web‐Scale
  2. GeoSpatial and Moving Objects with RDF and AllegroGraph
  3. Systems Ontological Use-CasesSystems Ontological Use-Cases
  4. Descriptions,
Ontologies, Collaboration,
and
Governance
  5. Produce and Consume Linked Data with Drupal!
  6. Vocabulary Matching for Book Indexing Suggestion in Linked Libraries -- A Prototype Implementation & Evaluation
  7. Reasoning about Resources and Hierarchical Tasks Using OWL and SWRL
  8. Extracting Enterprise Vocabularies Using Linked Open Data
  9. Supporting Multi-View User Ontology to Understand Company Value Chains
  10. Semantic Enhancement for Enterprise Data Management
  11. Semantic Web Technologies for the Integration of Learning Tools and Context-aware Educational Services
  12. Enrichment and Ranking of the YouTube Tag Space and Integration with the Linked Data Cloud
  13. A Case Study in Integrating Multiple E-commerce Standards via Semantic Web Technology
  14. Using Hybrid Search and Query for E-discovery
  15. Lifting events in RDF from interactions with annotated Web pages
  16. Bridging the Gap Between Linked Data and the Semantic Desktop
  17. LinkedGeoData - Adding a Spatial Dimension to the Web of Data
  18. RAPID: Enabling Scalable Ad-Hoc Analytics on the Semantic Web
  19. Live Social Semantics
  20. A Framework for Ontologies-based User Interface Integration
  21. Semantic Web Technologies to Improve Customer Service
  22. Web of Data Plumbing - Lowering the Barriers to Entry
  23. LMI-CliCKE: The Climate Change Knowledge Engine (CliCKE) using Semantic MediaWiki
  24. All About That - A URI Profiling Tool for monitoring and preserving Linked Data
  25. RKBPlatform: Opening up Services in the Web of Data
  26. iSMART : intelligent Semantic MedicAl Record reTrival
  27. LifeLogOn: Log on to Your Lifelog Ontology!
  28. Integrated Ontology Matching and Evaluation
  29. Knowledge based conference video-recordings visualization
  30. OntoPipeliner: A Semantic Broker-based Manager for Pipelining Semantically-operated Services
  31. Sense Aware Searching and Exploration with MyTag
  32. CoDR: A Contextual Framework for Diagnosis and Repair
  33. sClippy: Connecting Personal Information and Linked Open Data
  34. STARS – Semantic Tools for Screen Arts Research
  35. Analogy Engines for the Semantic Web
  36. Collaborative climate change research on the semantic web
  37. SIOOS: Semantically-driven Integration of Ocean Observing Systems
  38. SPoX: combining reactive Semantic Web policies and Social Semantic Data to control the behaviour of Skype
  39. A Proposed Diagrammatic Logic for Ontology Specification and Visualization
  40. Understanding Justifications for Entailments in OWL
  41. The alpha Urban LarKC, a Semantic Urban Computing application
  42. Semantic-Powered Research Profiling
  43. Leadsto - Collaboratively Constructing and Discovering Causal Chains
  44. Autonomous RDF Replication on Mobile Devices
  45. Lifting events in RDF from interactions with annotated Web pages
  46. Tripcel: Exploring RDF Graphs using the Spreadsheet Metaphor
  47. Ultrawrap: Using SQL Views for RDB2RDF
  48. Spatial and Semantic Reasoning to Recognize Ship Behavior
  49. Semantic Web Reasoning by Swarm Intelligence
  50. Multi-faceted Tagging in TagMe!
  51. Composition Optimizer: A Tool for Optimizing Quality of Semantic Web Service Composition
  52. Semantically Annotating RESTful Services with SWEET
  53. gOntt: a Tool for Scheduling Ontology Development Projects
  54. Learning to Classify Identity Web References using RDF Graphs
  55. Towards Soundness Preserving Approximation for TBox Reasoning in OWL 2
  56. Finding Semantic Web Ontology Terms from Words
  57. Semantic RPC via Queries
  58. Open Ontology Repository
  59. RDA and the Open Metadata Registry
  60. SaHaRa: Discovering Entity-Topic Associations in Online News
  61. Tetherless World Mobile Wine Agent: An Application for Semantics on Mobile Devices
  62. NCBO Annotator: Semantic Annotation of Biomedical Data
  63. A RDF-base Normalized Model for Biomedical Lexical Grid
  64. The SILK System: Scalable and Expressive Semantic Rules
  65. SensorMasher: Enabling open linked data in sensor data mashup
  66. RDF2RDFa: Turning RDF into Snippets for Copy-and-Paste
  67. Improved Semantic Graphs with Word Sense Disambiguation
  68. Querying and Semantically Integrating Spreadsheet Collections with XLWrap-Server - Use Cases and Mapping Design Patterns
  69. Demonstration: Wireless Access Network Selection Enabled by Semantic Technologies
  70. The Data-gov Wiki: A Semantic Web Portal for Linked Government Data
  71. Viewpoint Management for Multi-Perspective issues of Ontologies
  72. GNOWSYS-mode in Emacs for collaborative construction of knowledge networks in plain text
  73. GoodRelations Tools and Applications
  74. Integrity Constraints in OWL
  75. SKOS2OWL: An Online Tool for Deriving OWL and RDF-S Ontologies from SKOS Vocabularies
  76. Exploiting Partial Information in Taxonomy Construction
  77. Dynamic Querying of Mass-Storage RDF Data with Rule-Based Entailment Regimes
  78. Efficient Query Answering for OWL 2
  79. Semantic Web Service Composition in Social Environments
  80. Decidable Order-Sorted Logic Programming for Ontologies and Rules with Argument Restructuring
  81. Analysis of a Real Online Social Network using Semantic Web Frameworks
  82. On Detecting High-Level Changes in RDF/S KBs
  83. Coloring RDF Triples to Capture Provenance
  84. Context and Domain Knowledge Enhanced Entity Spotting in Informal Text
  85. XLWrap - Querying and Integrating Arbitrary Spreadsheets with SPARQL
  86. Actively Learning Ontology Matching via User Interaction
  87. Graph-Based Ontology Construction from Heterogenous Evidences
  88. Automatically Constructing Semantic Web Services from Online Sources
  89. A Practical Approach for Scalable Conjunctive Query Answering on Acyclic EL+ Knowledge Base
  90. Parallel Materialization of the Finite RDFS Closure for Hundreds of Millions of Triples
  91. Goal-Directed Module Extraction for Explaining OWL DL Entailments
  92. A Decomposition-based Approach to Optimizing Conjunctive Query Answering in OWL DL
  93. Semantically-aided business process modeling
  94. TripleRank: Ranking Semantic Web Data By Tensor Decomposition
  95. A Generic Approach for Large-Scale Ontological Reasoning in the Presence of Access Restrictions to the Ontology's Axioms
  96. DOGMA: A Disk-Oriented Graph Matching Algorithm for RDF Databases
  97. Executing SPARQL Queries over the Web of Linked Data
  98. Optimizing QoS-Aware Semantic Web Service Composition
  99. Discovering and Maintaining Links on the Web of Data
  100. A Conflict-based Operator for Mapping Revision--Theory and and Implementation
  101. Modeling and Query Patterns for Process Retrieval in OWL
  102. Multi Visualisation and Dynamic Query for Effective Exploration of Semantic Data
  103. Functions over RDF Language Elements
  104. Synthesizing Semantic Web Service Compositions with jMosel and Golog
  105. Towards Lightweight and Robust Large Scale Emergent Knowledge Processing
  106. A Weighted Approach for Partial Matching in Mobile Reasoning
  107. Scalable Distributed Reasoning using MapReduce
  108. Policy Aware Content Reuse on the Web
  109. What Four Million Mappings Can Tell You About Two Hundred Ontologies
  110. Optimizing Web Service Composition while Enforcing Regulations
  111. Investigating the Semantic Gap through Query Log Analysis
  112. Using Naming Authority to Rank Data and Ontologies for Web Search
  113. OntoCase - Automatic Ontology Enrichment Based on Ontology Design Patterns
  114. Concept and Role Forgetting in ALC Ontologies
  115. Queries to Hybrid MKNF Knowledge Bases through Oracular Tabling
  116. Task Oriented Evaluation of Module Extraction Techniques
  117. Learning Semantic Query Suggestions
  118. Exploiting User Feedback to Improve Semantic Web Service Discovery

The following people were involved in 8th International Semantic Web Conference: Jans Aasman, Andreas Abecker, Fabian Abel, Harith Alani, Jose Alferes, Jose Luis Ambite, Darko Anicic, Flavio Palandri Antonelli, Grigoris Antoniou, Kemafor Anyanwu, Sören Auer, Anna Averbakh, Franz Baader, Kenneth Baclawski, Krisztian Balog, Alain Barrat, Christian Battista, Tim Berners-Lee, Abraham Bernstein, Akshay Bhat, Daniel Bingel, Chris Bizer, Eva Blomqvist, Christoph Boehm, Luka Bradesko, John G. Breslin, Bart Brinkman, Matthias Broecheler, Wouter Van den Broeck, Marc Bron, Michel Buffa, John Callahan, Chris Callendar, Mark Cameron, Feng Cao, Les Carr, Ciro Cattuto, Irene Celino, Smitashree Choudhury, Vassilis Christophides, Christopher G. Chute, Fabio Ciravegna, Tim Clark, Benjamin Coe, John Colton, Olivier Corby, Oscar Corcho, Stephane Corlosquet, Gianluca Correndo, Isabel Cruz, Philippe Cudré-Mauroux, Richard Cyganiak, Claudia d'Amato, Aba-Sah Dadzie, Sirish Darbha, John Darlington, Mike Dean, Stefan Decker, Renaud Delbru, Daniele Dell'Aglio, Klaas Dellschaft, Kerstin Denecke, Grit Denker, Kathrin Dentler, Rudy Depena, Dominic DiFranzo, Li Ding, Ying Ding, James Dobree, Julian Dolby, John Domingue, Paul Doran, Laura Dragan, Jianfeng Du, Daniel Elenius, Guillaume Ereteo, Lee Feigenbaum, Timothy Finin, Matt Fisher, Giorgos Flouris, Achille Fokoue, Reginald Ford, Blaz Fortuna, Carolina Fortuna, Chiara Di Francescomarino, Raymond Franz, Thomas Franz, Johann-Christoph Freytag, Irini Fundulaki, Mohamed Gaber, Martin Gaedke, Alpesh Gajbe, Ganesh Gajre, Fabien Gandon, Roberto García, Dragan Gasevic, Amir Ghazvinian, Chiara Ghidini, Nicholas Gibbins, Hugh Glaser, Nagarjuna G, Aman Goel, Jennifer Golbeck, Gihyun Gong, Gerd Groener, Benjamin Grosof, Dave Grosvenor, Philip Groth, Tudor Groza, Daniel Gruhl, Christophe Guéret, Asunción Gómez-Pérez, Olaf Görlitz, Peter Haase, Willem Robert van Hage, Wendy Hall, Siegfried Handschuh, Lushan Han, Frank van Harmelen, Andreas Harth, Olaf Hartig, Tuukka Hastrup, Michael Hausenblas, Manfred Hauswirth, Tom Heath, Mark Hefke, Jeff Heflin, Sebastian Hellmann, James Hendler, Martin Hepp, Donald Hillman, Diane Hillmann, Takeru Hirota, Max Hirschel, Laura Hollink, Na Hong, Matthew Horridge, Ian Horrocks, Xue Qiao Hou, John Howse, Gang Hu, Bouke Huurnink, Giovambattista Ianni, SM Hazzaz Imtiaz, Jose Iria, Thomas Irmscher, Antoine Isaac, Malte Isberner, Bogdan Ivan, VenkatRam Yadav Jaltar, Zoran Jeremic, Qiu Ji, Ivan Johgi, Mike Jones, Clement Jonquet, Jelena Jovanovic, Michael Lang Jr., Hanmin Jung, Lalana Kagal, Julia Kalloz, Aditya Kalyanpur, Ken Kaneiwa, Nick Kanellos, David Karger, Ricardo Kawase, Omar Abou Khaled, Michael Kifer, Emily Kigel, Pyung Kim, Sheila Kinsella, Martin Knechtel, Craig A. Knoblock, Matthias Knorr, Georgi Kobilarov, Spyros Kotoulas, Dimitris Kotzinos, Hiroko Kou, Kouji Kozaki, Dirk Kramer, Wladimir Krasnov, Daniel Krause, Thomas Krennwallner, Shonali Krishnaswamy, Christian Kubczak, Ugur Kuter, Philipp Kärger, Andreas Langegger, Freddy Lecue, Mikyoung Lee, Sang-goo Lee, Sangkeun Lee, Seungwoo Lee, Jens Lehmann, Kristina Lerman, Ulf Leser, Han Yu Li, Hanyu Li, Juanzi Li, Hai Feng Liu, Sheng Ping Liu, Shengping Liu, Thomas Lukasiewicz, Sarah Magidson, Jun Ma, Véronique Malaisé, Maria Maleshkova, Li Ma, David Manzolillo, Tiziana Margaria, Alessandra Martello, David Martin, Mark Mattern, Diana Maynard, Suvodeep Mazumdar, Deborah McGuinness, Sheila A. McIlraith, Edgar Meij, Jing Mei, Lourens van der Meij, Daniel Meyer, Peter Mika, Ian Millard, Daniel Miranker, Riichiro Mizoguchi, Dunja Mladenic, Mihael Mohorcic, Boris Motik, Enrico Motta, Elena Mugellini, Mark A Musen, Knud Möller, Meena Nagarajan, Rajiv Nair, Philip Nguyen, Yuan Ni, Vit Novacek, Natalya Noy, Esko Nuutila, Leo Obrst, Mamoru Ohta, Ian Oliver, Eyal Oren, Tobias Ostheim, Zoltan Padrah, Ignazio Palmisano, Jeff Z. Pan, Yue Pan, Vicky Papavassiliou, Bijan Parsia, Rahul Parundekar, Alexandre Passant, Jyotishman Pathak, Evan Patton, Heiko Paulheim, Terry Payne, Panagiotis Pediaditis, Carlos Pedrinaci, Hendrike Peetz, Daniela Petrelli, Rafael Peñaloza, Pete Pflugrath, Jon Phipps, Danh Le Phuoc, Angela Piccini, Jan Pieper, Axel Polleres, Simon Price, Florian Probst, Andrea Pugliese, Héctor Pérez-Urbina, Guilin Qi, Andreas Radinger, David Ratcliffe, Padmashree Ravindra, Yuan Ren, Maarten de Rijke, Christine Robson, Nikki Rogers, Marco Rospocher, Matthew Rowe, Thomas Russ, Delia Rusu, Marta Sabou, Joel Sachs, Manuel Salvadores, Ulrike Sattler, Bernhard Schandl, Stefan Schlobach, Kay-Uwe Schmidt, Todd Schneider, Edith Schonberg, Guus Schreiber, Antje Schultz, Divya S, Andy Seaborne, Oshani Seneviratne, Sinan Sen, Juan Sequeda, Luciano Serafini, Ahmed Serhrouchni, Basuki Setio, Nigel R Shadbolt, Nigam H. Shah, Rob Shearer, Yi-Dong Shen, Amit Sheth, Feng Shi, Patrick Siehndel, Gary Sikora, Evren Sirin, Sergej Sizov, Dimitrios Skoutas, Shirin Sohrabi, Maria Sokhn, Harold R. Solbrig, Maarten van Someren, Goeffrey Squire, Radhika Sridhar, Kavitha Srinivas, Steffen Staab, Johan Stapel, Gem Stapleton, Damian Steer, Bernhard Steffen, Luke Steller, Nenad Stojanovic, Alex Stolz, Margaret-Anne Storey, Umberto Straccia, Cosmin Stroe, Roland Stühmer, V. S. Subrahmanian, XingZhi Sun, Mari Carmen Suárez-Figueroa, Terrance Swift, Martin Szomszor, Valentina Tamma, Jie Tang, Cui Tao, Jiao Tao, Kerry Taylor, Mohammad Reza Tazari, Yannis Theoharis, Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan, Bryan Thompson, Paolo Tonella, Rodney Topor, Seppo Torma, Jasper Tredgold, Tania Tudorache, Juergen Umbrich, Jacopo Urbani, Emanuele Della Valle, Rob Vesse, Martín Vigo, Julius Volz, Gerben de Vries, Chen Wang, Kewen Wang, Shenghui Wang, Xiaoyuan Wang, Zhe Wang, Jesse Weaver, Andreas Wechselberger, Wei-Qi Wei, Michael Witbrock, Dan Wolfson, Jemma Wu, Wolfram Wöß, Guo Tong Xie, Yelena Yesha, Beom-Jong You, Cherie H. Youn, Yang Yu, Stefan Zander, Hugo Zaragoza, Gideon Zenz, Zhixiong Zhang, Yuting Zhao, Landong Zuo


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