Plenary 1: Technical Session
- Herbert Van de Sompel ()
Mr Ruben VERBORGH (Universiteit Gent)
The availability of Linked Data is no longer a bottleneck, but the availability of query-able access to that data is the Semantic Web's Achilles heel. As such, building stable applications on top of live data remains an unrealistic endeavor. In this talk, we look at a new way to publishing query-able Linked Data with low cost. With Triple Pattern Fragments, servers offer a limited interface...
Mr Tobias KUHN (ETH Zurich)
Making available and archiving scientific results is for the most part still considered the task of classical publishing companies, despite the fact that classical forms of publishing centered around printed narrative articles no longer seem well-suited in the digital age. In particular, there exist currently no efficient, reliable, and agreed-upon methods for publishing scientific datasets,...
Mr Martin Klein (UCLA)
Scholarly communication has undergone a dramatic shift from a paper-based to a web-based endeavor. Referencing sources, however, remains a fundamental part of the scholarly discourse. In today's articles we increasingly find references to scholarly assets such as software, ontologies, project websites, presentations, blogs, videos, tweets, etc. These resources exist on the web at large and are...