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Hello Community! The ESWC 2017 just ended and we give a short report of the course at the conference, especially regarding the AKSW-Group.
Our members Dr. Muhammad Saleem, Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Sherif, Claus Stadler, Michael Röder, Prof. Dr. Jens Lehmann and Edgard Marx participated at the conference. They held a number of presentations, workshops and tutorials:
- Presented the research paper “All That Glitters is not Gold – Rule-Based Curation of Reference Datasets for Named Entity Recognition and Entity Linking”.
- During the Challenge session, he presented the Mighty Storage Challenge (MOCHA) and this years Open Knowledge Extraction (OKE) challenge.
- At the Demo and Poster session he was happy to present the Demo of the EAGLET tool to interested participants. The tool can be used for semi-automatic checks of named entity recognition and entity linking gold standards.https://svn.aksw.org/papers/2017/ESWC_EAGELT_DEMO/public.pdf
- Had the honor to pass the certificates to the winners of the OKE and MOCHA challenges during the closing ceremony
Mohamed Ahmed Sherif
- Gave the half day tutorial: Link Discovery – Algorithms, Approaches and Benchmarks
- Presented the main research track paper „WOMBAT – A Generalization Approach for Automatic Link Discovery“
- Organized the Querying the Web of Data (QuWeDa 2017) workshop
- Presented the paper „Federated Query Formulation and Processing through BioFed“
- Presented a Workshop paper „Exploring the Evolution and Provenance of Git Versioned RDF Data“ by Natanael Arndt, Patrick Naumann and Edgard Marx
- Presented a demo paper „Kbox – Distributing ready-to-query RDF Knowledge Graphs“ by Edgard Marx, Tommaso Soru, Ciro Baron Neto and Sandro Coelho
- Presented a Workshop paper in QuWeDa „JPA Criteria Queries over RDF Data“ by Claus Stadler, Jens Lehmann
The final versions of the papers from Edgard and Claus will be made available soon.
As every year the ESWC also awarded the best papers and studies in several categories. The award for Best Challenge Paper went to: “End-to-end Representation Learning for Question Answering with Weak Supervision” by Daniil Sorokin and Iryna Gurevych. The paper is part of the HOBBIT project by AKSW. Congrats to the winners!
Have a look at all the winners at ESWC 2017: http://2017.eswc-conferences.org/awards.