A little over a decade has passed since the release of the ?rst Netscape browser. In 1995,the World Wide Web was viewedlargelyas an academiccuriosity.Now, of course, the Web is an integral part of the fabric of modern society. It is impossible to imagine science, education, commerce, or government functioning without the Web. We take the Web for granted, and often assume that Internet connectivity is guaranteed to all of us as a birthright. Although the Web indeed has become "world wide" and has lost a bit of its original aura as a consequence of its ubiquity, a burgeoning community of…mehr
A little over a decade has passed since the release of the ?rst Netscape browser. In 1995,the World Wide Web was viewedlargelyas an academiccuriosity.Now, of course, the Web is an integral part of the fabric of modern society. It is impossible to imagine science, education, commerce, or government functioning without the Web. We take the Web for granted, and often assume that Internet connectivity is guaranteed to all of us as a birthright. Although the Web indeed has become "world wide" and has lost a bit of its original aura as a consequence of its ubiquity, a burgeoning community of researchers and practitioners continues to work toward the next generation of the Web-a Web where information will be stored in a machine-processable form and where intelligent computer-based agents will access and automatically combine myriad services on the Internet of the kind that are now available only to people interacting directly with their Web browsers.
Yolanda Gil, University of Southern California, CA, USA / Enrico Motta, The Open University, Milton Keynes, UK / V. Richard Benjamins, iSOCO S.A., Spain / Mark Musen, Stanford University Medical Center, CA, USA
Invited Paper.- Using the Semantic Web for e-Science: Inspiration, Incubation, Irritation.- Semantic Acceleration Helping Realize the Semantic Web Vision or "The Practical Web".- Semantic Web Public Policy Challenges: Privacy, Provenance, Property and Personhood.- Research/Academic Track.- Constructing Complex Semantic Mappings Between XML Data and Ontologies.- Stable Model Theory for Extended RDF Ontologies.- Towards a Formal Verification of OWL-S Process Models.- Web Service Composition with Volatile Information.- A Large Scale Taxonomy Mapping Evaluation.- RDF Entailment as a Graph Homomorphism.- RitroveRAI: A Web Application for Semantic Indexing and Hyperlinking of Multimedia News.- Querying Ontologies: A Controlled English Interface for End-Users.- Semantic Browsing of Digital Collections.- Decentralized Case-Based Reasoning for the Semantic Web.- Finding and Ranking Knowledge on the Semantic Web.- Choreography in IRS-III - Coping with Heterogeneous Interaction Patterns in Web Services.- Bootstrapping Ontology Alignment Methods with APFEL.- A Strategy for Automated Meaning Negotiation in Distributed Information Retrieval.- On Applying the AGM Theory to DLs and OWL.- A General Diagnosis Method for Ontologies.- Graph-Based Inferences in a Semantic Web Server for the Cartography of Competencies in a Telecom Valley.- Ontology Design Patterns for Semantic Web Content.- Guidelines for Benchmarking the Performance of Ontology Management APIs.- Semantically Rich Recommendations in Social Networks for Sharing, Exchanging and Ranking Semantic Context.- On Partial Encryption of RDF-Graphs.- Seven Bottlenecks to Workflow Reuse and Repurposing.- On Logical Consequence for Collections of OWL Documents.- A Framework for Handling Inconsistency in Changing Ontologies.- Preferential Reasoning on a Web of Trust.- Resolution-Based Approximate Reasoning for OWL DL.- Reasoning with Multi-version Ontologies: A Temporal Logic Approach.- Piggy Bank: Experience the Semantic Web Inside Your Web Browser.- BRAHMS: A WorkBench RDF Store and High Performance Memory System for Semantic Association Discovery.- A Template-Based Markup Tool for Semantic Web Content.- Representing Web Service Policies in OWL-DL.- Information Modeling for End to End Composition of Semantic Web Services.- Searching Dynamic Communities with Personal Indexes.- RUL: A Declarative Update Language for RDF.- Ontologies Are Us: A Unified Model of Social Networks and Semantics.- OMEN: A Probabilistic Ontology Mapping Tool.- On the Properties of Metamodeling in OWL.- A Bayesian Network Approach to Ontology Mapping.- Ontology Change Detection Using a Version Log.- RelExt: A Tool for Relation Extraction from Text in Ontology Extension.- Containment and Minimization of RDF/S Query Patterns.- A String Metric for Ontology Alignment.- An Ontological Framework for Dynamic Coordination.- Introducing Autonomic Behaviour in Semantic Web Agents.- Combining RDF and Part of OWL with Rules: Semantics,
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