Challenges for Semantically Driven Collaborative Spaces

@inproceedings{Molli2014ChallengesFS,
  title={Challenges for Semantically Driven Collaborative Spaces},
  author={Pascal Molli and John G. Breslin and Maria-Esther Vidal},
  booktitle={SWCS},
  year={2014}
}
Linked Data initiatives have fostered the publication of more than one thousand of datasets in the Linking Open Data LOD cloud from a large variety of domains, e.g., Life Sciences, Media, and Government. Albeit large in volume, Linked Data is essentially read-only and most collaborative tasks of cleaning, enriching, and reasoning are not dynamically available. Collaboration between data producers and consumers is essential for overcoming these limitations, and for fostering the evolution of the… 

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