Category Archives: Projects

AKSW Colloquium, 01.02.2016, Co-evolution of RDF Datasets

At the todays colloquium, Natanael Arndt will discuss the the paper “Co-evolution of RDF Dataset” by Sidra Faisal, Kemele M. Endris, Saeedeh Shekarpour and Sören Auer (2016, available on arXiv) Link: http://arxiv.org/abs/1601.05270v1 Abstract: For many use cases it is not … Continue reading

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HOBBIT project kick-off

HOBBIT, a new InfAI project within the EU’s “Horizon 2020″ framework program kicked-off in Luxembourg on 18 and 19 january in 2016. The main goal of the HOBBIT project (@hobbit_project on Twitter) is to benchmark linked and big data systems and assess … Continue reading

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LinkedGeoData: New RDF versions of OpenStreetMap datasets available

The AKSW research group is happy to announce that a new LinkedGeoData maintenance release with more than 1.2 billion triples based on the OpenStreetMap planet file from 2015-11-02 is now online. Enjoy! Quick Links Project Website Downloads SPARQL Endpoint Virtual … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 09-11-2015, Versioning of Arbitrary RDF Data (PhD progress report) and GraphLab Platform

GraphLab Platform – Overview and History  by Simon Bin GraphLab is a graph-based distributed computation framework. It was developed from 2009 at Carnegie Mellon University. At that time it was competing with Hadoop on Graph processing. The typical example algorithm demonstrated … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 14 September, 3pm, Learning Metrics for Link Discovery

In this Colloquium, Tommaso Soru will present the progress of his PhD titled “Learning Metrics for Link Discovery”. The discovery of new links is essential for the construction of the Linked Data cloud. The use of links to other URIs … Continue reading

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DL-Learner 1.1 (Supervised Structured Machine Learning Framework) Released

Dear all, we are happy to announce DL-Learner 1.1. DL-Learner is a framework containing algorithms for supervised machine learning in RDF and OWL. DL-Learner can use various RDF and OWL serialization formats as well as SPARQL endpoints as input, can … Continue reading

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AKSW Colloquium, 20-07-2015, Enterprise Linked Data Networks

Enterprise Linked Data Networks (PhD progress report) by Marvin Frommhold The topic of the thesis is the scientific utilization of the LUCID research project, in particular the LUCID Endpoint Prototype. In LUCID we research and develop on Linked Data technologies in order to … 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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SAKE Projekt website goes live

Hi all! The project website for the BMWi funded Smart Data Web Project “SAKE” is now on-line at www.sake-projekt.de. It already mentions the first SAKE-related publication by Saleem@AKSW and introduces our partners as well as the industry use cases which … Continue reading

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