Category Archives: dbpedia

DBpedia Day @ SEMANTiCS 2018

Don’t miss the 12th edition of the DBpedia Community Meeting in Vienna, the city with the highest quality of life in the world. The DBpedia Community will get together for the DBpedia Day on September 10, the first day of … Continue reading

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DBpedia Open Text Extraction Challenge – TextExt

DBpedia, a community project affiliated with the Institute for Applied Informatics (InfAI) e.V., extract structured information from Wikipedia & Wikidata. Now DBpedia started the DBpedia Open Text Extraction Challenge – TextExt. The aim is to increase the number of structured … Continue reading

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Accepted Papers of AKSW Members @ Semantics 2016

This year’s SEMANTiCS conference which is taking place between September 12 – 15, 2016 in Leipzig recently invited for the submission of research papers on semantic technologies. Several AKSW members seized the opportunity and got their submitted papers accepted for … 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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AKSW successful at #ISWC2014

Dear followers, 9 members of AKSW have been participating at the 13th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) at Riva del Garda, Italy. Next to listening to interesting talks, giving presentations or discussing with fellow Semantic Web researchers, AKSW won 4 … Continue reading

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New DBpedia Overview Article

We are pleased to announce that a new overview article for DBpedia is available. The article covers several aspects of the DBpedia community project: The DBpedia extraction framework. The mappings wiki as the central structure for maintaining the community-curated DBpedia … Continue reading

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Crowd-sourcing the evaluation of Linked Open Data with TripleCheckMate

On November 16th, 2012 the DBpedia Data Quality group started a campaign for assessing the quality of DBpedia. To get the best of this effort we developed TripleCheckMate, a tool designed for crowd-sourcing the evaluation of Linked Data. Today, we … Continue reading

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DBpedia Data Quality Evaluation Campaign

As we all know, DBpedia is an important dataset in Linked Data as it is not only connected to and from numerous other datasets, but it also is relied upon for useful information. However, quality problems are inherent in DBpedia … Continue reading

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Open Innovation Conference, 28th-30th November 2012, Leipzig

The first Open Innovation Conference organized by the city of Leipzig brings together experts from the fields of the triple helix “university, industry, government” focusing on the exchange of experience in the field of open innovation in creative industries. One … Continue reading

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AKSW tools prominently featured in TÜBİTAK

Börtecin Ege wrote an article on the Semantic Web in the December issue of TÜBİTAK (The Scientific and Technological Research Council of Turkey) prominently featuring DBpedia, Relfinder, LIMES, SPARQL Benchmark and other AKSW related research projects. See Semantik Web Tübitak … Continue reading

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