Six papers accepted to Linked Science 2015

We are happy to announce that the following papers were accepted to this year’s Workshop on Linked Science organized at ISWC2015 in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA on October 12th, 2015.

  • Tony Hammond and Michele Pasin. The ontologies portal
  • Da Huo, Jaroslaw Nabrzyski and Charles Vardeman. An Ontology Design Pattern towards Preservation of Computational Experiments
  • Carsten Keßler. Using the Web as a Data Source: Challenges for Linked Science
  • Tobias Kuhn. nanopub-java: A Java Library for Nanopublications
  • Paulo Pinheiro, Deborah McGuinness and Henrique Santos. Human-Aware Sensor Network Ontology: Semantic Support for Empirical Data Collection
  • Rui Yan, Brenda Praggastis, William Smith and Deborah McGuinness. Towards Cache Maintenance for Ontology Based, History-Aware Stream Reasoning

Announced by Tomi Kauppinen, Co-chair of the 5th Workshop on Linked Science 2015— Best Practices and the Road Ahead (LISC2015)