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Web Service Modeling Ontology
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The Web Service Modeling Ontology (WSMO) provides the conceptual underpinning and a formal language for semantically describing all relevant aspects of Web services in order to facilitate the automatization of discovering, combining and invoking electronic services over the Web. Expand
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Enabling Semantic Web Services: The Web Service Modeling Ontology
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Service-oriented computing is an emerging factor in IT research and development. Expand
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The Web Service Modeling Language WSML: An Overview
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We present the Web Service Modeling Language WSML, a language for the specification of different aspects related to Semantic Web Services, based on the Web service Modeling Ontology WSMO. Expand
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Binary RDF representation for publication and exchange (HDT)
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We propose a binary RDF representation that modularly partitions and efficiently represents three components of RDF datasets: Header information, a Dictionary, and the actual Triples structure. Expand
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Searching and browsing Linked Data with SWSE: The Semantic Web Search Engine
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In this paper, we discuss the architecture and implementation of the Semantic Web Search Engine (SWSE). Expand
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Data summaries for on-demand queries over linked data
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We develop and evaluate an approximate index structure summarising graph-structured content of sources adhering to linked Data principles, provide an algorithm for answering conjunctive queries over Linked Data on theWeb exploiting the source summary, and evaluate the system using synthetically generated queries. Expand
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An empirical survey of Linked Data conformance
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We compile a list of fourteen concrete guidelines as given in the ''How to Publish Linked Data on the Web'' tutorial. Expand
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Weaving the Pedantic Web
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We discuss common errors in RDF publishing, their consequences for applications, along with possible publisher-oriented approaches to improve the quality of structured, machine-readable and open data on the Web. Expand
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A Conceptual Comparison of WSMO and OWL-S
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A conceptual comparison of WSMO and OWL-S for Semantic Web Services . Expand
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OWL DL vs. OWL flight: conceptual modeling and reasoning for the semantic Web
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We present OWL Flight, which is loosely based on OWL, but the semantics is grounded in Logic Programming rather than Description Logics, and it borrows the constraint-based modeling style common in databases. Expand
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