WWW2009 EPrints

Items from Semantic/Data Web track

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Number of items: 9.

Markines, Benjamin and Cattuto, Ciro and Menczer, Filippo and Benz, Dominik and Hotho, Andreas and Stumme, Gerd Evaluating Similarity Measures for Emergent Semantics of Social Tagging.

Grineva, Maria and Grinev, Maxim and Lizorkin, Dmitry Extracting Key Terms From Noisy and Multi-theme Documents.

Cudré-Mauroux, Philippe and Haghani, Parisa and Jost, Michael and Aberer, Karl and De Meer, Hermann idMesh: Graph-Based Disambiguation of Linked Data.

Gracia, Jorge and d'Aquin, Mathieu and Mena, Eduardo Large Scale Integration of Senses for the Semantic Web.

Bollegala, Danushka and Matsuo, Yutaka and Ishizuka, Mitsuru Measuring the Similarity between Implicit Semantic Relations from the Web.

Liang, Senlin and Fodor, Paul and Wan, Hui and Kifer, Michael OpenRuleBench: An Analysis of the Performance of Rule Engines.

Le-Phuoc, Danh and Polleres, Axel and Hauswirth, Manfred and Tummarello, Giovanni and Morbidoni, Christian Rapid Prototyping of Semantic Mash-Ups through Semantic Web Pipes.

Suchanek, Fabian M. and Sozio, Mauro and Weikum, Gerhard SOFIE: A Self-Organizing Framework for Information Extraction.

Auer, Sören and Dietzold, Sebastian and Lehmann, Jens and Hellmann, Sebastian and Aumueller, David Triplify — Light-Weight Linked Data Publication from Relational Databases.

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