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Benchmarking Data Exchange among Semantic-Web Ontologies [Article]
(IEEE Computer Society, 2012)
The increasing popularity of the Web of Data is motivating the need to integrate semantic-web ontologies. Data exchange is one integration approach that aims to populate a target ontology using data that come from one or ...
CALA: Classifying Links Automatically based on their URL [Article]
Web page classification refers to the problem of automatically assigning a web page to one or moreclasses after analysing its features. Automated web page classifiers have many applications, and many re- searchers have ...
Exchanging Data amongst Linked Data applications [Article]
The goal of data exchange is to populate the data model of a target application using data that come from one or more source applications. It is common to address data exchange building on correspondences that are ...
Improving Semantic Web Services Discovery Using SPARQL-Based Repository Filtering [Article]
Semantic Web Services discovery is commonly a heavyweight task, which has scalability issues when the number of services or the ontology complexity increase, because most approaches are based on Description Logics reasoning. ...
Integrating Semantic Web Services Ranking Mechanisms Using a Common Preference Model [Article]
Service ranking has been long-acknowledged to play a fundamental role in helping users to select the best o erings among services retrieved from a search request. There exist many ranking mechanisms, each one providing ...
An Hybrid, Qos-Aware Discovery of Semantic Web Services Using Constraint Programming [Article]
(Springer Verlag, 2007)
Most Semantic Web Services discovery approaches are not well suited when using complex relational, arithmetic and logical expressions, because they are usually based on Description Logics. Moreover, these kind of ...
MostoDE: A tool to exchange data amongst semantic-web ontologies [Article]
A semantic-web ontology, simply known as ontology, comprises a data model and data that should comply with it. Due to their distributed nature, there exist a large amount of heterogeneous ontologies, and a strong need for ...
Wrapping Web Data Islands [Article]
(Graz University of Technology, 2008)
Fairness in systems based on multiparty interactions [Article]
(John Wiley and Sons, 2003)
In the context of the Multiparty Interaction Model, fairness is used to insure that an interaction that is enabled sufficiently often in a concurrent program will eventually be selected for execution. Unfortunately, this ...