Accepted Papers

Full papers

  • Daniel Borchmann. Axiomatizing EL^\bot-Expressible Terminological Knowledge from Erroneous Data
  • Loris Bozzato, Chiara Ghidini and Luciano Serafini. Comparing Contextual and Flat Representations of Knowledge – a Concrete Case about Football Data
  • Angela Finlayson and Paul Compton. Real-time validation of knowledge-based systems
  • Jihee Ryu, Hwon Ihm and Sung-Hyon Myaeng. Automatic Organization of Human Task Goals for Web-scale Problem Solving Knowledge
  • Victor de Boer, Johan van Doornik, Lars Buitinck, Maarten Marx, Tim Veken and Kees Ribbens. Linking the Kingdom: Enriched Access To A Historiographical Text
  • Anna Lisa Gentile, Ziqi Zhang, Isabelle Augenstein and Fabio Ciravegna. Unsupervised Wrapper Induction using Linked Data
  • Andreas Scheuermann, Enrico Motta, Paul Mulholland, Aldo Gangemi and Valentina Presutti. An Empirical Perspective on Representing Time
  • Yolanda Gil and Varun Ratnakar. Knowledge Capture in the Wild: A Perspective from Semantic Wiki Communities
  • Daniel Garijo, Oscar Corcho and Yolanda Gil. Detecting common scientific workflow fragments using execution provenance
  • Alfan Farizki Wicaksono and Sung-Hyon Myaeng. Automatic Extraction of Advice-revealing Sentences for Advice Mining from Online Forums
  • Jacek Rzeniewicz and Julian Szymanski. Bringing common sense to WordNet with a word game
  • Mahdy Khayyamian and Jihie Kim. Capturing Programming Content in Online Discussions
  • Yue Ma and Felix Distel. Concept Adjustment for Description Logics
  • Alan Rector. Axioms & Templates: Distinctions & Derivations amongst Ontologies, Frames, & Information Models

Short papers

  • Thomas Gottron, Ansgar Scherp, Bastian Krayer and Arne Peters. LODatio: Using a Schema-Based Index to Support Users in Finding Relevant Sources of Linked Data
  • Jeff Z. Pan, Yuan Ren, Honghan Wu and Man Zhu. Query Generation for Semantic Datasets
  • Vojtch Svátek, Martin Homola, Jan Kluka and Miroslav Vacura. Mapping Structural Design Patterns in OWL to Ontological Background Models
  • Srecko Joksimovic, Jelena Jovanovic, Dragan Gasevic, Amal Zouaq and Zoran Jeremic. An Empirical Evaluation of Ontology-based Semantic Annotators

Application papers

  • Takahiro Kawamura, Akihiko Ohsuga. Flower Voice: Virtual Assistant using LOD
  • Albert Weichselbraun, Arno Scharl and Heinz-Peter Lang. Knowledge Capture from Multiple Online Sources with the Extensible Web Retrieval Toolkit (eWRT)
  • Will Francis, Rob Atkinson, Paul Box, Terry Rankine, Stuart Woodman and Laura Kostanski. Model-driven data harvesting to publish provenance for geospatial references


  • Karen Stepanyan, George Gkotsis, Vangelis Banos, Alexandra Cristea and Mike Joy. Semantic Annotation of Social Media Content by Exploiting Embedded Geolocation Data
  • Chiara Ghidini, C. Maria Keet and Muhammad Tahir Khan. Ontology authoring with FORZA
  • Rinaldo Lima, Hilário Oliveira, Rafael Ferreira, Luciano Cabral, Renê Gadelha, Dimas Melo Filho and Fred Freitas. An Inductive Logic Programming Approach to Extracting Ontological Class Instances from Web
  • Martine de Vos, Willem Robert Van Hage, Jan Wielemaker and Guus Schreiber. Knowledge Representation in Scientific Models and their Publications: a Case Study
  • Andreas Kasten and Ansgar Scherp. Towards a Framework for Iteratively Signing Graph Data
  • Zubeida Khan and C. Maria Keet. Toward semantic interoperability with linked foundational ontologies in ROMULUS
  • Dominik Riemer, Nenad Stojanovic and Ljiljana Stojanovic. On Modeling Goal-Driven Event Patterns in the Physical Activity Monitoring Domain
  • Panos Alexopoulos. Interactive Acquisition of Fuzzy Ontological Knowledge in Dialogue Systems
  • Toader David Gherasim, Mounira Harzallah, Giuseppe Berio and Pascale Kuntz. Quality problem identification in automatically constructed ontologies
  • Marcel Karnstedt, John G. Breslin, Miriam Fernandez and Gregoire Burel. Capturing Knowledge of Online Communities with SIOC: A Cross-Community Study
  • Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles, Davide Buscaldi, Catherine Comparot and Mouna Kamel. A semi-automatic approach for building ontologies from a collection of highly structured web documents
  • Walter Lasecki, Leon Weingard, Jeffrey Bigham and George Ferguson. Extracting Structured Representations for Activity Recognition Using the Crowd
  • Bernardo Severo and Renata Vieira. PLATAL – A Visual Tool for Web Pages Hierarchical Structures Extraction, Alignment and Evaluation