Weaving a Web of linked resources

@article{Gandon2017WeavingAW,
  title={Weaving a Web of linked resources},
  author={Fabien L. Gandon and Marta Sabou and Harald Sack},
  journal={Semantic Web},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={767-772}
}
This editorial introduces the special issue based on the best papers from ESWC 2015. And since ESWC'15 marked 15 years of Semantic Web research, we extended this editorial to a position paper that reflects the path that we, as a community, traveled so far with the goal of transforming the Web of Pages to a Web of Resources. We discuss some of the key challenges, research topics and trends addressed by the Semantic Web community in its journey. We conclude that the symbiotic relation of our… 

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