The Semantics‘2015 conference will take place in Vienna, Austria on September 15-17, 2015. AKSW is happy to announce 10 accepted publications: 6 for research track and 4 for demos/posters track. Semantics’2015 has received 93 submissions for research track, out of which 24 were accepted (an acceptance rate of 26%).
For the research track our accepted papers are:
- An Optimization Approach for Load Balancing in Parallel Link Discovery by Mohamed Ahmed Sherif and Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo in SEMANTiCS 2015 [BibTex]
- MEX Vocabulary: A Lightweight Interchange Format for Machine Learning Experiments by Diego Esteves, Diego Moussallem, Ciro Baron Neto, Tommaso Soru, Ricardo Usbeck, Markus Ackermann, and Jens Lehmann in SEMANTiCS 2015 [BibTex]
- Data Licensing on the Cloud – Empirical Insights and Implications for Linked Data by Ivan Ermilov and Tassilo Pellegrini in SEMANTiCS 2015 [BibTex]
- LODFlow — a Workflow Management System for Linked Data Processing by Sandro Rautenberg, Ivan Ermilov, Edgard Marx, Sören Auer, and Axel-Cyrille Ngomo Ngonga in SEMANTiCS 2015 [BibTex]
- Unsupervised Learning of an Extensive and Usable Taxonomy for DBpedia by Marco Fossati, Dimitris Kontokostas and Jens Lehmann [BibTex]
- Knowledge Base Shipping to the Linked Open Data Cloud by Natanael Arndt, Markus Ackermann, Martin Brümmer and Thomas Riechert in SEMANTiCS 2015 [BibTex]
For the poster/demo track:
- kOre: Using Linked Data for OpenScience Information Integration
- DBpediaSameAs: An approach to tackle heterogeneity in DBpedia identifiers by Andre Valdestilhas, Natanael Arndt, and Dimitris Kontokostas in SEMANTiCS 2015 [BibTex]
- RDF Editing on the Web with REX – Claus Stadler, Natanael Arndt, Michael Martin and Jens Lehmann [BibTex]
- GeoKnow Generator Workbench – An integrated tool supporting the linked data lifecycle for enterprise usage by Andreas Both, Matthias Wauer, Alejandra Garcia-Rojas, Daniel Hladky and Jens Lehmann [BibTex]
See you at the conference in September!