Enabling Collaboration on Semiformal Mathematical Knowledge by Semantic Web Integration (Studies on the Semantic Web)

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Enabling Collaboration on Semiformal Mathematical Knowledge by Semantic Web Integration (Studies on the Semantic Web)
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Mathematics is becoming increasingly collaborative, but software does not sufficiently support that: Social Web applications do not currently make mathematical knowledge accessible to automated agents that have a deeper understanding of mathematical structures. Such agents exist but focus on individual research tasks, such as authoring, publishing, peer-review, or verification, instead of complex collaboration workflows. This work effectively enables their integration by bridging the document-oriented perspective of mathematical authoring and publishing, and the network perspective of threaded discussions and Web information retrieval. This is achieved by giving existing representations of mathematical and relevant related knowledge about applications, projects and people a common Semantic Web foundation. Service integration is addressed from the two perspectives of enriching published documents by embedding assistive services, and translating between different knowledge representations inside knowledge bases. A usability evaluation of a semantic wiki that coherently integrates knowledge production and consumption services points out the remaining challenges in making such heterogeneously integrated environments support realistic workflows. The results of this thesis will soon also enable collaborative acquisition of new mathematical knowledge, as well as the contributions of existing knowledge collections of the Web of Data.

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Semantic Management of Middleware (Semantic Web and Beyond)

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Oct 302015
 
Semantic Management of Middleware (Semantic Web and Beyond)
  • 3.1 Semantic Data Integration with PoolParty Semantic Suite
  • OSCON 2015 : Beyond messaging – Enterprise Dataflow with Apache NiFi
  • Interview with Dave Duggal @ GOTO Chicago 2015
  • International Journal of UbiComp (IJU)
  • DevCon 2012 Berlin: HTML5 for Multi-Device apps, Luis Sala
  • Designing Software Libraries and Middleware for Exascale Systems
  • Webinar – Creating a Private Cloud Middleware Platform or Public Cloud Service with WSO2 Stratos
  • Jim Baker – Scalable Realtime Architectures in Python
  • WSO2Con USA 2014 : Cloud-based SOA e-Government infrastructure in Sri Lanka
  • HTML5DevConf May 2014: Kianosh Pourian, Cielo Concepts Inc.: Building a UI Framework from Scratch
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Current middleware solutions, e.g., application servers and Web services, are very complex software products that are hard to tame because of intricacies of distributed systems. Their functionalities have mostly been developed and managed with the help of administration tools and corresponding configuration files, recently in XML. Though this constitutes flexibility for developing and administrating a distributed application, the conceptual model underlying the different configurations is only implicit.

To remedy such problems, Semantic Management of Middleware contributes an ontology-based approach to support the development and administration of middleware-based applications. The ontology is an explicit conceptual model with formal logic-based semantics. Its descriptions may therefore be queried, may foresight required actions, or may be checked to avoid inconsistent system configurations.
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The Semantic Web – ISWC 2013: 12th International Semantic Web Conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia, October 21-25, 2013, Proceedings, Part II (Lecture … Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI)

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The Semantic Web - ISWC 2013: 12th International Semantic Web Conference, Sydney, NSW, Australia, October 21-25, 2013, Proceedings, Part II (Lecture ... Applications, incl. Internet/Web, and HCI)
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The two-volume set LNCS 8218 and 8219 constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 12th International Semantic Web Conference, ISWC 2013, held in Sydney, Australia, in October 2013. The International Semantic Web Conference is the premier forum for Semantic Web research, where cutting edge scientific results and technological innovations are presented, where problems and solutions are discussed, and where the future of this vision is being developed. It brings together specialists in fields such as artificial intelligence, databases, social networks, distributed computing, Web engineering, information systems, human-computer interaction, natural language processing, and the social sciences. Part 1 (LNCS 8218) contains a total of 45 papers which were presented in the research track. They were carefully reviewed and selected from 210 submissions. Part 2 (LNCS 8219) contains 16 papers from the in-use track which were accepted from 90 submissions. In addition, it presents 10 contributions to the evaluations and experiments track and 5 papers of the doctoral consortium.