We are very pleased to report that 4 of our papers were accepted for presentation as full papers at ESWC 2016. These are
- Detecting Similar Linked Datasets Using Topic Modelling by Michael Röder, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo, Ivan Ermilov and Andreas Both.
- The Lazy Traveling Salesman – Memory Management for Large-Scale Link Discovery by Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo and Mofeed Hassan.
- AskNow: A Framework for Natural Language Query Formalization in SPARQL by Mohnish Dubey, Sourish Dasgupta, Ankit Sharma, Konrad Höffner, Jens Lehmann
- Semantically Enhanced Quality Assurance in the JURION Business Use Case by Dimitris Kontokostas, Christian Mader, Christian Dirschl, Katja Eck, Michael Leuthold, Jens Lehmann, Sebastian Hellmann
In addition, we organised the first HOBBIT community meeting. Many thanks to all who participated. Get involved in the project by going here. Our survey pertaining to benchmarking is still open and we’d love to have your feedback on what you would want benchmarking Linked Data to look like.
FYI, a full list of accepted conference papers can be found here.
In addition to the main conference, we were active during the workshops. Axel gave the keynote at the Profiles workshop (many thanks to the organizers for the invite). The following papers were accepted as full papers.
- DBtrends : Publishing and Benchmarking RDF Ranking Functions by Edgard Marx, Amrapali J. Zaveri, Mofeed Mohammed, Sandro Rautenberg, Jens Lehmann, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo and Gong Cheng, SumPre2016 Workshop at ESWC 2016
- Towards Sustainable view-based Extract-Transform-Load (ETL) Fusion of Open Data by Kay Mueller, Claus Stadler, Ritesh Kumar Singh and Sebastian Hellmann, LDQ2016 [pdf]
- UPSP: Unique Predicate-based Source Selection for SPARQL Endpoint Federation by Ethem Cem Ozkan, Muhammad Saleem, Erdogan Dogdu and Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo PROFILES Workshop at ESWC 2016 [pdf]
- Federated Query Processing: Challenges and Opportunities by Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo and Muhammad Saleem Keynote at PROFILES Workshop at ESWC 2016 [pdf]
We are now looking forward to EDF 2016, where we will present HOBBIT as a poster as well as organise a post conference event (see http://project-hobbit.eu/edf2016). Thereafter, you can meet us at ISWC 2016, where we will present two tutorials (Link Discovery and Federated SPARQL queries) and organise the BLINK [[http://project-hobbit.eu/events/blink-2016/]] workshop. Your submissions are welcome.