The Semantic Web: Research and Applications: 7th Extended Semantic Web Conference, ESWC 2010, Heraklion, Crete, Greece, May 30 - June 2, 2010, Proceedings, Part I

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The books (LNCS 6088 and 6089) constitute the refereed proceedings of the 7th European Semantic Web Conference, ESWC 2010, held in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, in May/June 2010. The 52 revised full papers of the research track presented together with 10 PhD symposium papers and 17 demo papers were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 245 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on mobility track, ontologies and reasoning track, semantic web in use track, sensor networks track (part I), and...
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Overview

The books (LNCS 6088 and 6089) constitute the refereed proceedings of the 7th European Semantic Web Conference, ESWC 2010, held in Heraklion, Crete, Greece, in May/June 2010. The 52 revised full papers of the research track presented together with 10 PhD symposium papers and 17 demo papers were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 245 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on mobility track, ontologies and reasoning track, semantic web in use track, sensor networks track (part I), and services and software track, social web track, web of data track, demo and poster track, PhD symposium (part II).
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Table of Contents

Mobility Track

Incremental Reasoning on Streams and Rich Background Knowledge Davide Francesco Barbieri Daniele Braga Stefano Ceri Emanuele Della valle Michael Grossniklaus 1

Mobile Semantic-Based Matchmaking: A Fuzzy DL Approach Michele Ruta Floriano Scioscia Eugenio Di Sciascio 16

Replication and versioning of Partial RDF Graphs Bernhard Schandl 31

Finding Your Way through the Rijksmuseum with an Adaptive Mobile Museum Guide Willem Robert van Hage Natalia Stash Yiwen Wang Lora Aroyo 46

A Hybrid Model and Computing Platform for Spatio-semantic Trajectories Zhixian Yan Christine Parent Stefano Spaccapietra Dipanjan Chakraborty 60

Ontologies and Reasoning Track

Reactive Policies for the Semantic Web Piero A. Bonatti Philipp Kärger Daniel Olmedilla 76

Categorize by: Deductive Aggregation of Semantic Web Query Results Claudia d'Amato Nicola Fanizzi Agnieszka Lawrynowicz 91

Natural Language Interfaces to Ontologies: Combining Syntactic Analysis and Ontology-Based Lookup through the User Interaction Danica Damljanovic Milan Agatonovic Hamish Cunningham 106

Geo WordNet: A Resource for Geo-spatial Applications Fausto Giunchiglia Vincenzo Maltese Feroz Farazi Biswanath Dutta 121

Assessing the Safety of Knowledge Patterns in OWL Ontologies Luigi Iannone Ignazio Palmisano Alan L. Rector Robert Stevens 137

Entity Reference Resolution via Spreading Activation on RDF-Graphs Joachim Kleb Andreas Abecker 152

A Generic Approach for Correcting Access Restrictions to a Consequence Martin Knechtel Rafael Peñaloza 167

Dealing with Inconsistency When Combining Ontologies and Rules Using DL-Programs Jörg Pührer Stijn Heymans Thomas Eiter 183

Aligning Large SKOS-Like Vocabularies: Two Case Studies Anna Tordai Jacco van Ossenbruggen Guus Schreiber Bob Wielinga 198

OWL Reasoning with WebPIE: Calculating the Closure of 100 Billion Triples Jacopo Urbani Spyros Kotoulas Jason Maassen Frank van Harmelen Henri Bal 213

Efficiently Joining Group Patterns in SPARQL Queries María-Esther Vidal Edna Ruckhaus Tomas Lampo Amadís Martínez Javier Sierra Axel Polleres 228

Reasoning-Based Patient Classification for Enhanced Medical Image Annotation Sonja Zillner 243

Semantic Web in Use Track

Facilitating Dialogue-Using Semantic Web Technology for eParticipation George Anadiotis Panos Alexopoulos Konstantinos Mpaslis Aristotelis Zosakis Konstantinos Kafentzis Konstantinos Kotis 258

Implementing Archaeological Time Periods Using CIDOC CRM and SKOS Ceri Binding 273

Facet Graphs: Complex Semantic Querying Made Easy Philipp Heim Thomas Ertl Jürgen Ziegler 288

Interactive Relationship Discovery via the Semantic Web Philipp Heim Steffen Lohmann Timo Stegemann 303

Put in Your Postcode, Out Comes the Data: A Case Study Tope Omitola Christos L. Koumenides Igor O. Popov Yang Yang Manuel Salvadores Martin Szomszor Tim Berners-Lee Nicholas Gibbins Wendy Hall mc schraefel Nigel Shadbolt 318

Taking OWL to Athens: Semantic Web Technology Takes Ancient Greek History to Students Jochen Reutelshoefer Florian Lemmerich Joachim Baumeister Jorit Wintjes Lorenz Haas 333

Generating Innovation with Semantically Enabled TasLab Portal Pavel Shvaiko Alessandro Oltramari Roberta Cuel Davide Pozza Giuseppe Angelini 348

Context-Driven Semantic Enrichment of Italian News Archive Andrei Tamilin Bernardo Magnini Luciano Serafini Christian Girardi Mathew Joseph Roberto Zanoli 364

A Pragmatic Approach to Semantic Repositories Benchmarking Dhavalkumar Thakker Taha Osman Shakti Gohil Phil Lakin 379

A Web-Based Repository Service for Vocabularies and Alignments in the Cultural Heritage Domain Lourens van der Meij Antoine Isaac Claus Zinn 394

Ontology Management in an Event-Triggered Knowledge Network Chen Zhou Xuelian Xiao Jeff DePree Howard Beck Stanley Su 410

Sensor Networks Track

Modeling and Querying Metadata in the Semantic Sensor Web: The Model stRDF and the Query Language stSPARQL Manolis Koubarakis Kostis Kyzirakos 425

Author Index 441

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