Research paper on the challenges of the design of Linked Data browsers by M. C. Schraefel, Daniel A. Smith, Igor O. Popov, Max Van Kleek and Nigel Shadbolt
Research paper on the challenges of and solutions for integrating data sets by Tope Omitola, Christos L. Koumenides, Igor O. Popov, Yang Yang, Manuel Salvadores, Gianluca Correndo, Wendy Hall and Nigel Shadbolt
Research paper on provenance tool voidp, an extension to void, by Tope Omitola, Landong Zuo, Ian C. Millard, Hugh Glaser, Nicholas Gibbins and Nigel Shadbolt
Research paper on temporal representation by Gianluca Correndo, Manuel Salvadores, Ian Millard and Nigel Shadbolt
The talk, entitled “Opening the information floodgates: the technologies and challenges of a web of linked data,” was part of the Royal Society’s programme of lectures for the public on the latest developments in science and technology.
The lecture took place on the 16th of November 2010. Professor Shadbolt discussed the opportunities offered by the rapidly increasing amount of information available on the Web and the emergence of the Web of Linked Data. He also discussed the challenges these developments pose, such as maintaining privacy and integrity of data.
At the recent International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC) in Shanghai, Seme4 researchers were again active.
Wendy Hall, Nigel Shadbolt, Hugh Glaser and Ian Millard were all able to attend, and take part in the lively discussions.
They had papers in both the main ISWC conference (on “How to Reuse a Faceted Classification and Put it on the Semantic Web”) and the important associated First International Workshop On Consuming Linked Data (COLD2010) on “Consuming Multiple Linked Data Sources: Challenges and Experiences” and “Linked Timelines: Temporal Representation and Management in Linked Data”.
Research paper by Marcus Cobden, Jennifer Black, Nicholas Gibbins, and Nigel Shadbolt
Research paper discussing the challenges of using multiple sources of Linked Data by Ian C. Millard, Hugh Glaser, Manuel Salvadores and Nigel Shadbolt