Semantic Technologies 2014/15: Books and Papers
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This following books are the basis for the course. You can find them in our library,
either as hardcopy or as electronic books on the Web.
These books are supplementary reading.
The Semantic Web is an active research area. We will also have a look at some research paper on the topic.
Note that some electronic books can only be accessed from within the UNIBZ network
and that no more than two readers can access the book at the same time :-(
As part of the coursework, you will be asked to choose a paper that was presented at the
track of one the last editions of the
International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC).
- This is the paper that started the whole business:
The Semantic Web.
Tim Berners-Lee, James Hendler and Ora Lassila.
Scientific American, May 2001.
In this paper, the three authors developed the vision of the Semantic Web.
The papers of the conference are documented by the
computer science bibliography website,
on the pages documenting
From the UNIBZ network you have access to all papers of that conference via DBLP.
These are six papers that we suggest for a presentation:
Roi Blanco, Berkant Barla Cambazoglu, Peter Mika, Nicolas Torzec:
Entity Recommendations in Web Search
Presentation by Julian Aron Prenner
Simone Tallevi-Diotallevi, Spyros Kotoulas, Luca Foschini, Freddy Lécué, Antonio Corradi:
Real-Time Urban Monitoring in Dublin Using Semantic and Stream Technologies.
Presentation by Sandro Santinato
Yves Raimond, Michael Smethurst, Andrew McParland, Christopher Lowis:
Using the Past to Explain the Present: Interlinking Current Affairs with Archives via the Semantic Web.
Presentation by Manuel Bonatti
Tania Tudorache, Csongor Nyulas, Natalya Fridman Noy, Mark A. Musen:
Using Semantic Web in ICD-11: Three Years Down the Road.
Presentation by Kevin Wellenzohn
Chih-Hao Yu, Tudor Groza, Jane Hunter:
Reasoning on Crowd-Sourced Semantic Annotations to Facilitate Cataloguing of 3D Artefacts in the Cultural Heritage Domain.
Presentation by Andreas Farella
Yingjie Hu, Krzysztof Janowicz, Grant McKenzie, Kunal Sengupta, Pascal Hitzler:
A Linked-Data-Driven and Semantically-Enabled Journal Portal for Scientometrics.
Fredo Erxleben, Michael Günther, Markus Krötzsch, Julian Mendez, Denny Vrandecic:
Introducing Wikidata to the Linked Data Web.
Presentation by Viktorija Sukvietyte
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