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Emanuele Della Valle (Politecnico di Milano) will talk at LiU about Stream Reasoning

Postad i kategorin: Seminar den 21 September, 2017

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On October 5 (Thursday), Emanuele Della Valle of Politecnico di Milano, Italy, will give a Semantic Web related talk at LiU. The title of his talk is:

Stream Reasoning: A Summary of Ten Years of Research and a Vision for the Next Decade

Abstract: Stream reasoning studies the application of inference techniques to data characterised by being highly dynamic. It can find application in several settings, from Smart Cities to Industry 4.0, from Internet of Things to Social Media analytics. This year stream reasoning turns ten, and this talk analyses its growth. In the first part, it traces the main results obtained so far, by presenting the most prominent studies. It starts by an overview of the most relevant studies developed in the context of semantic web, and then it extends the analysis to include contributions from adjacent areas, such as database and artificial intelligence. Looking at the past is useful to prepare for the future: the second part presents a set of open challenges and issues that stream reasoning will face in the next future.

Time and date: 9.00am, October 5, 2017

Location: Campus Valla, Building E, Room “Alan Turing”


 

Dagstuhl seminar on Federated Semantic Data Management

Postad i kategorin: Seminar den 12 July, 2017

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During the last week of June, I co-organized a Dagstuhl seminar on Federated Semantic Data Management together with Maria-Esther Vidal and Johann-Christoph Freytag. It was a very intense week with a packed schedule and almost no time to catch some breath (exactly like how a Dagstuhl seminar should be I guess 😉

To start with, we had scheduled a few short, survey-style talks on a number of topics related to the seminar. In particular, these talks covered:

While these talks were meant to establish a common understanding of key concepts and terminology, the major focus of the seminar was on discussions and working groups. To this end, we had invited a good mix of participants from the Semantic Web field, from Databases, as well as from application areas. Due to this mix, we ended up on several occasions and in different constellations discussing and reflecting in depth the fundamental assumptions and the core ideas of federated semantic data management. These general discussions and reflections kept re-emerging not only during the sessions, but also during the meals, the coffee breaks, and the evenings in Dagstuhl’s wine cellar. In my opinion, clearly articulating and repeatedly arguing about these assumptions and ideas was a long-needed discussion to be had in the community. After this week, I would guess that many of the participants have a much clearer understanding of what federated semantic data management can and should be, and I am certain that this understanding will be reflected in the reports that the working groups are preparing.

Speaking of working groups, the seminar was structured around four topics addressed by four separate working groups who came together occasionally to report on their progress and obtain feedback from the other groups. The topics were:

  • RDF and graph data models
  • Federated query processing
  • Access control and privacy
  • Use cases and applications

Each of the working groups is currently preparing a summary of their discussions and results. These summaries will become part of our Dagstuhl report (to be published some time in August if all goes well). In addition to this report, we are planning to document the discussions and the results of the seminar in a collection of more detailed publications.

What’s next? We have some ideas to keep the momentum and to advance the discussions around the seminar topics in a more continuous community process. Stay tuned.

Olaf


 

Kim Ahlstrøm (Aalborg University) will talk in the LiU Semantic Web Seminars Series

Postad i kategorin: Seminar den 24 January, 2017

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KimAhlstromOn February 7 (Tuesday), Kim Ahlstrøm of Aalborg University will give a talk in our series of Semantic Web seminars. The title of his talk is:

Towards Answering Provenance-Enabled SPARQL Queries over RDF Data Cubes

Abstract: The SPARQL 1.1 standard has made it possible to formulate analytical queries in SPARQL. While some approaches have become available for processing analytical queries on RDF data cubes, little attention has been paid to answering provenance-enabled queries over such data. Yet, considering provenance is a prerequisite to being able to validate if a query result is trustworthy. The main challenge for existing triple stores is the way provenance can be encoded in standard triple stores based on context values (named graphs). In this talk, I will present shortcomings in existing techniques, and we propose an index to handle the high number of context values that provenance encoding typically entails. Our experimental results using the Star Schema Benchmark show the feasibility and scalability of our index and query evaluation strategies.

Time and date: 3.15pm, February 7, 2017

Location: Campus Valla, Building B, Room “Charles Babbage”


 

Marjan Alirezaie (Örebro University) will talk in the LiU Semantic Web Seminars Series

Postad i kategorin: Seminar den 17 January, 2017

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PhotoMarjanAlirezaieOn Tuesday next week, January 24, Marjan Alirezaie of Örebro University will give a talk in our series of Semantic Web seminars. The title of her talk is:

Recent Developments in Bridging the Semantic Gap Problem

Abstract: In this talk, I will present a summary of my PhD thesis which is about bridging the semantic gap between sensor data and ontological knowledge. The focus will be on the recent developments in heterogeneous knowledge integration as a solution for the semantic gap issue. I will also introduce the two research projects: Semantic Robot and E-care@home, with the goal of addressing the knowledge integration problem. In Semantic Robot, we are aiming to provide a semantic layer to a 3D topographic map and making the objects in the 3D map reasoning ready for different purposes such as querying and navigation. Likewise, in Ecare@home which is a Swedish interdisciplinary distributed research environment, our focus is on the development of methods that provide interpretation of the heterogeneous data coming from different types of sensors in conjunction with both medical and environmental knowledge in order to provide e-services for the elderly residing in their homes.

Time and date: 3.15pm, January 24, 2017

Location: Campus Valla, Building B, Room “Alan Turing”


 

Hannes Ebner (MetaSolutions AB) will talk in the LiU Semantic Web Seminars Series

Postad i kategorin: Seminar den 25 October, 2016

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HannesEbnerOn Monday next week, October 31, Hannes Ebner of MetaSolutions AB will give a talk in our series of Semantic Web seminars. The title of his talk is:

From Research to Business – Enabling Agile Information Management with Linked Data

Abstract: MetaSolutions was founded in 2011 as a spin-off from research on Web Architecture and Linked Data. Even today the Linked Data technology stack builds the foundation of the company’s product platform that allows organisations to manage their information in a more agile way. Hannes Ebner, one of the two founders, will talk about how a product emerged from research prototypes, which common business problems the company tackles, and how the application of Linked Data became a competitive advantage.

Time and date: 11am, October 31, 2016

Location: Campus Valla, Building B, Room “Charles Babbage”


 

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The Semantic Web is an extension of the traditional Web towards having machine processable content and interlinked data on the Web, with well-described semantics.

Ideally we would be able to view the whole Web as a large set of interconnected databases, which can be queried and browsed by software systems as well as human users. Semantic Web research at LiU includes areas such as ontologies and ontology engineering (ontology design patterns, ontology alignment and completion, ontology and alignment visualisation), graph databases and triple stores, querying the Web of data, RDF stream processing and complex event processing, as well as applications of these technologies in a number of fields, including open data, security, decision support systems, e-health and e-science, etc.

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