Radoslaw Oldakowski

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Using Semantic Web technologies in the domain of online recruitment could substantially increase market transparency, lower the transaction costs for employers, and change the business models of the intermediaries involved. In this paper, we describe how online recruitment processes can be streamlined using Semantic Web technologies. We analyze the(More)
The current discussion about a future Semantic Web trust architecture is focused on reputational trust mechanisms based on explicit trust ratings. What is often overlooked is the fact that, besides of ratings, huge parts of the application-specific data published on the Semantic Web are also trust relevant and therefore can be used for flexible,(More)
In our research we explore the benefits resulting from the application of Semantic Web technologies in the recruitment domain. We use currently available standards and classifications to develop a human resource ontology which gives us means for semantic annotation of job postings and applications. Furthermore, we outline the process of semantic matching(More)
The realization of the Semantic Web as a linked machine readable Web of data depends on the availability of authoring tools that enable ordinary Web users (i.e. non-experts w.r.t. Web technologies) to create and publish semantic data. In this paper, we introduce the " One Click Annotator " for enriching texts with RDFa annotations and linking resources(More)
Semantic Web technologies are enabling for unambiguous identification of concepts and relationships between concepts. Comparing job and applicants profiles, this identification is a key element for increasing the precision of search results provided by search engines. Furthermore, it allows for automating and supporting recruitment processes. We present the(More)
In this concept paper, we outline our working plan for the next phase of the Corporate Semantic Web project. The plan covers the period from March 2009 to March 2010. Corporate ontology engineering will improve the facilitation of agile ontology engineering to lessen the costs of ontology development and, especially, maintenance. Corporate semantic(More)
Corporate Semantic Web aims at bringing semantic technologies to enterprises for gaining, managing, and utilizing knowledge as one of the critical resources for their success in a quickly changing and highly competitive world. It provides solutions in three main application areas for semantic technologies, namely semantic engineering, semantic search, and(More)
In this report, we introduce our initial vision of the Corporate Semantic Web as the next step in the broad field of Semantic Web research. We identify requirements of the corporate environment and gaps between current approaches to tackle problems facing ontology engineering, semantic collaboration, and semantic search. Each of these pillars will yield(More)
In this technical report, we present the concepts and first prototypical implementations of innovative tools and methods for personalized and contextualized (multimedia) search, collaborative ontology evolution, ontology evaluation and cost models, and dynamic access and trends in distributed (semantic) knowledge. The concepts and prototypes are based on(More)