ESWC Extended Semantic Web Conference 2016 is one of the major venue for discussing the latest scientific results and technologies around semantic technologies. Our members have actively participated in 13th ESWC 2016, which took place in Crete, Greece from May 29th to June 2nd.
We are very pleased to report that:
Two papers from our group were accepted for presentation as full research papers @ESWC16
- AskNow: A Framework for Natural Language Query Formalization in SPARQL by Mohnish Dubey, Sourish Dasgupta, Ankit Sharma, Konrad Höffner, Jens Lehmann.
Mohnish Dubey presented his work on Natural Language Query Formalization in SPARQL based on AskNow Project in the main conference. The audience showed high interest in his presentation and appreciated the natural language understanding provided by the AskNow system. Following discussion included further challenges in QA system and constructive suggestions for possible improvement.
@MohnishDubey presented #AskNow“A Framework for Natural Language Query Formalization in SPARQL”at #eswc2016 #QuestionAnswering #SemanticWeb
— SDA Research (@SDA_Research) June 2, 2016
- Semantically Enhanced Quality Assurance in the JURION Business Use Case by Dimitris Kontokostas, Christian Mader, Christian Dirschl, Katja Eck, Michael Leuthold, Jens Lehmann, Sebastian Hellmann
A Workshop paper
- DBtrends : Publishing and Benchmarking RDF Ranking Functions by Edgard Marx, Amrapali J. Zaveri, Mofeed Mohammed, Sandro Rautenberg, Jens Lehmann, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo and Gong Cheng, SumPre2016 Workshop at ESWC 2016
The workshop Know@LOD was held by Prof. Heiko Paulheim and Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann. It featured lively discussions on combinations of the Semantic Web and machine learning.
The 5th edition of the Know@LOD workshop starting at @eswc_conf today at 9am with nine presentations! #machinelearning #semanticweb
— Jens Lehmann (@JLehmann82) May 30, 2016
Prof. Jens Lehmann took part in the two day HOBBIT project plenary which started the last day of the ESWC conference. HOBBIT deals with Big Linked Data benchmarks and at the meeting 8 different datasets were discussed along with the HOBBIT benchmarking platform and HOBBIT association. SDA will specifically focus on question answering and faceted browsing benchmarks inside of the project. Already during ESWC, there was a dedicated HOBBIT event in which requirements for benchmarks and the platform were discussed.
Prof @JLehmann82 gave his insight on benchmarking – “Visualization & Services” for @hobbit_project #eswc2016
— SDA Research (@SDA_Research) June 1, 2016
ESWC16 was a great venue to meet the community, create new connections, talk about current research challenges, share ideas and settle new collaborations. We look forward to the next ESWC conference.