Accepted Papers & Program

Accepted Papers for the Scientific Track (in alphabatical order):

Abdulbaki Uzun, Lorenz Lehmann, Thilo Geismar and Axel Küpper Turning the OpenMobileNetwork into a Live Crowdsourcing Platform for Semantic Context-aware Services
Alessandro Adamou, Paolo Ciancarini, Aldo Gangemi and Valentina Presutti. The foundations of virtual ontology networks
Amapali Zaveri, Dimitris Kontokostas, Mohamed Sherif, Lorenz Bühmann, Mohamed Morsey, Sören Auer and Jens Lehmann. User-driven Quality Evaluation of DBpedia
Andreas Radinger, Bene Rodriguez-Castro, Alex Stolz and Martin Hepp. BauDataWeb: The Austrian Building and Construction Materials Market as Linked Data
Christian Mader and Bernhard Haslhofer. Perception and Relevance of Quality Issues in Web Vocabularies
Fajar J. Ekaputra, Estefanía Serral, Dietmar Winkler and Stefan Biffl. An Analysis Framework for Ontology Querying Tools
Ivan Ermilov, Sören Auer and Claus Stadler User-driven Semantic Mapping of Tabular Data
Javier Fabra, Sergio Hernández, Estefanía Otero, Juan Carlos Vidal, Manuel Lama and Pedro Álvarez. A practical experience concerning the parallel semantic annotation of a large-scale data collection
Joachim Daiber, Max Jakob, Chris Hokamp and Pablo N. Mendes. Improving Efficiency and Accuracy in Multilingual Entity Extraction
Jose Mora and Oscar Corcho Engineering optimisations in query rewriting for OBDA
Judie Attard, Simon Scerri, Ismael Rivera and Siegfried Handschuh. Ontology-Based Situation Recognition for Context-Aware Systems
Kalpa Gunaratna, Krishnaprasad Thirunarayan, Prateek Jain and Amit Sheth. A Statistical and Schema Independent Approach to Identify Equivalent Properties on Linked Data
Kovalenko Olga, Estefania Serral and Stefan Biffl Towards Evaluation and Comparison of Tools for Ontology Population from Spreadsheet Data
Nicolas Marie, Myriam Ribiere, Fabien Gandon and Florentin Rodio. Discovery Hub: on-the-fly linked data exploratory search
R. Cenk Erdur, Oylum Alatli, Tayfun Gokmen Halac and Oguz Dikenelli Monitoring the Dynamism of the Linked Data Space through Environment Abstraction
Stefan Negru, Florian Haag and Steffen Lohmann. Towards a Unified Visual Notation for OWL Ontologies: Insights from a Comparative User Study
Stefano Bocconi and Stefano Travelli Rethinking Service Oriented Architectures in the Semantic Web


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