Category Archives: Colloquium

Should I publish my dataset under an open license?

Undecided, stand back we know flowcharts:   Taken from my slides for my keynote  at TKE: Linguistic Linked Open Data, Challenges, Approaches, Future Work from Sebastian Hellmann

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TKE 2016 has announced their invited speakers

The 12th International Conference on Terminology and Knowledge Engineering (TKE 2016) has announced their invited speakers, including Dr. Sebastian Hellmann, Head of the AKSW/KILT research group at Leipzig University and Executive Director of the DBpedia Association at the Institut for … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 13.06.2016, SPARQL query processing with Apache Spark

In the upcoming Colloquium, Simon Bin will discuss the paper “SPARQL query processing with Apache Spark” by H. Naacke et.al. that has been submitted to ISWC2016.  Abstract The number of linked data sources and the size of the linked open … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 09.05.2016: Hebrew MMoOn inventory, federated SPARQL query processing

In this week’s colloquium Bettina Klimek will give a practice talk of the paper ‘Creating Linked Data Morphological Language Resources with MMoOn – The Hebrew Morpheme Inventory‘, which she will present at the LREC conference 2016, 23-28 May 2016, Slovenia, … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 18.04.2016, DISPONTE, Workbench for Big Data Dev

In this week’s Colloquium, today 18th of April at 3 PM, Patrick Westphal will present the paper ‘Probabilistic Description Logics under the Distribution Semantics‘ by Riguzzi et. al. Abstract Representing uncertain information is crucial for modeling real world domains. In … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 11.04.2016, METEOR with DBnary

In this week’s Colloquium, today 11th of April at 3 PM, Diego Moussallem will present the paper by Zied Elloumi et al. titled “METEOR for Multiple Target Languages using DBnary.” [PDF]. Abstract This paper proposes an extension of METEOR, a … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 04.04.2016, AMIE + Structured Feedback

In this week’s Colloquium, today 4th of April at 3 PM, Lorenz Bühmann will present the paper by Galárraga et al. titled “AMIE: Association Rule Mining under Incomplete Evidence in Ontological Knowledge Bases.” [PDF]. Abstract Recent advances in information extraction … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 21.03.2016, Quit-Store a quad store versioned with git + Distributed methods for Stochastic Gradient Descent

On the 21th of March a 3 PM, Norman Radtke will present his current work at LEDS project: the Quit-Store. The Quit-Store is an in-memory quad store with git versioning. The store accepts SPARQL Select and Update queries. After an … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 14.03.2016, Question Answering on RDF Data Cubes + Matthias Wauer Introduction

On the 14th of March at 3 PM, Konrad Höffner will present a paper on AKSW’s CubeQA project titled “Question Answering on RDF Data Cubes“. Abstract Semantic Question Answering systems provide intuitive access to Linked Data by transforming natural language queries into … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 07.03.2016, Regular Path Queries on Large Graphs

In this week’s Colloquium, today 7th of March at 3 PM, Claus Stadler will present the paper by Koschmieder et al. titled “Regular Path Queries on Large Graphs” [PDF]. Abstract The significance of regular path queries (RPQs) on graph-like data structures … Continue reading

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