Category Archives: Colloquium

AKSW Colloquium, 22-06-2015, Concept Expansion Using Web Tables, Mining entities from the Web, Linked Data Stack

Concept Expansion Using Web Tables by Chi Wang, Kaushik Chakrabarti, Yeye He,Kris Ganjam, Zhimin Chen, Philip A. Bernstein (WWW’2015), presented by Ivan Ermilov: Abstract. We study the following problem: given the name of an ad-hoc concept as well as a … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 15-06-2015, Caching for Link Discovery

Using Caching for Local Link Discovery on Large Data Sets [PDF] by Mofeed Hassan Engineering the Data Web in the Big Data era demands the development of time- and space-efficient solutions for covering the lifecycle of Linked Data. As shown … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 08-06-2015, DBpediaSameAs, Dynamic-LOD

DBpediaSameAs: An approach to tackling heterogeneity in DBpedia identifiers by Andre Valdestilhas This work provides an approach to tackle heterogeneity about a problem where several transient owl:sameAs redundant occurrences were found in DBpedia identifiers during searching for owl:sameAs occurrences that … Continue reading

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Smart Data Web project kick-off

Smart Data Web, a new BMWi funded project kicked-off in Berlin. Central goal of Smart Data Web is leveraging state-of-the-art data extraction and enrichment technologies as well as Linked Data to create value-added systems for German industry. Knowledge relevant to … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 01-06-2015, MEX – Publishing ML Experiment Results, Scaling DL-Learner – Status and Plans

MEX – Publishing ML Experiment Results by Diego Esteves Over the decades many machine learning experiments have been published, collaborating with the scientific community progress. One of the key-factors in order to compare machine learning experiment results to each other … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 18-05-2015, Multilingual Morpheme Ontology, Personalised Access and Enrichment of Linked Data Resources

MMoOn – A Multilingual Morpheme Ontology by Bettina Klimek In the last years a rapid emergence of lexical resources evolved in the Semantic Web. Whereas most of the linguistic information is already machine-readable, we found that morphological information is either absent … Continue reading

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Invited talk @AIMS webinar series

On 5th of May Ivan Ermilov on behalf of AKSW presented CKAN data catalog as a part of AIMS (Agricultural Information Management Standards) webinar series. The recording and the slides of the webinar “CKAN as an open-source data management solution … Continue reading

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Talk by Kleanthi Georgala

Last week on Friday, 17th April, Kleanthi Georgala visited AKSW and gave a talk entitled “Traces Through Time: Probabilistic Record Linkage – Medieval and Early Modern”. More information below. This innovative, multi-disciplinary project will deliver practical analytical tools to support large-scale exploration of … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 20-04-2015, OWL/DL approaches to improve POS tagging

In this colloquium Markus Ackermann will touch on the ‘linguistic gap‘ of recent POS tagging endeavours (as perceived by C. Manning, [1]). Building on observations in that paper, potential paths towards more linguistically informed POS tagging are explored: An alternative … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 13-04-2015, Effective Caching Techniques for Accelerating Pattern Matching Queries

In this colloquium, Claus Stadler will present the paper Effective Caching Techniques for Accelerating Pattern Matching Queries by Arash Fard, Satya Manda, Lakshmish Ramaswamy, and John A. Miller. Abstract: Using caching techniques to improve response time of queries is a … Continue reading

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