Learn More
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 Semantic Web community has proposed several query languages for RDF before the World Wide Web Consortium started to standardize SPARQL. Due to the declarative nature of the query language, a query engine should be responsible to choose an efficient evaluation strategy. Although all RDF repositories provide query capabilities, some of them require manual(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)
Weaving the Semantic Web the research community is working on publishing publicly available data sources as RDF data on the Web. Well-known costand process-oriented problems of ontology engineering hinder the employment of ontologies as a flexible, scalable, and cost-effective means for integrating data in corporate contexts. We propose an innovative(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)