[DL] Fwd: Knowledge Graphs -- Journal of Web Semantics special issue CfP
Peter F. Patel-Schneider
pfpschneider at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 16:17:28 CEST 2014
Is a "Knowledge Graph" an "ontology with a large ABox"?
Most of the knowledge graphs that I know about don't really have much of an
ontology, and I would argue that some don't have an ontology at all (unless
you think that a DB schema is an ontology). I would argue that Freebase, for
example, doesn't have an ontology and doesn't even have semantic typing.
On 10/01/2014 03:11 AM, Markus Kroetzsch wrote:
> Dear DL-istas,
> Here's a CfP for a JWS special issue on "Knowledge Graphs" for those of us not
> listening to PlanetKR (apologies to those who do). If you are unsure what
> "Knowledge Graph" means, feel free to read "ontology with a large ABox"
> (there's more to it, but it's a good start). DL-specific problems to look at
> * scalability of reasoning,
> * ontology-based query answering and data access,
> * robustness (many KGs are noisy),
> * modelling (what can DLs add to such data collections?),
> * applications of existing knowledge graph datasets using DLs.
> We are looking forward to contributions from the DL community. Please submit
> your works by 28 Feb 2015.
> -------- Forwarded Message --------
> Subject: Knowledge Graphs -- Journal of Web Semantics special issue CfP
> Date: Wed, 01 Oct 2014 11:53:29 +0200
> From: Markus Kroetzsch <markus.kroetzsch at tu-dresden.de>
> To: planetkr at kr.org
> 4-Line Summary:
> Upcoming J Web Semantics special issue with many KR-related topics:
> representing knowledge in large graphs, reasoning over big and noisy
> data sets, learning and extracting knowledge graphs, applications, ...
> Submit your work by 28 Feb 2015. Details below.
> CALL FOR PAPERS
> Journal of Web Semantics
> Special Issue on Knowledge Graphs
> submission: 28 February 2015
> to appear: late 2015/early 2016
> The Journal of Web Semantics (http://bit.ly/ElsJWS) invites
> submissions to a special issue on Knowledge Graphs
> (http://bit.ly/jwskg) to be edited by Markus Kroetzsch and
> Gerhard Weikum. Submissions are due by 28 February 2015.
> Knowledge graphs are large networks of entities, their semantic
> types, properties, and relationships between entities. They have
> become a powerful asset for search, analytics, recommendations,
> and data integration. Rooted in academic research and community
> projects such as DBpedia, Freebase, Yago, BabelNet, ConceptNet,
> Nell, Wikidata, WikiTaxonomy, and others, knowledge graphs are
> now intensively used at big industrial stakeholders. Examples are
> the Google Knowledge Graph, Facebook's Graph Search, Microsoft
> Satori, Yahoo Knowledge, as well as thematically specialized
> knowledge bases in business, finance, life sciences, and
> more. Many of these knowledge sources are available as Linked
> Open Data or RDF exports.
> The goal of this special issue is to provide a stage for research
> on recent advances in knowledge graphs and their underlying
> semantic technologies. Traditional challenges of scalability,
> information quality, and data integration are of interest, but
> also specific projects that publish, study, or use knowledge
> graphs in innovative ways. More specifically, we expect
> submissions on (but not restricted to) the following topics.
> Creation and curation of knowledge graphs
> * Automatic and semi-automatic creation of knowledge graphs
> * Data integration, disambiguation, schema alignment
> * Collaborative management of knowledge graphs
> * Quality control: noisy data, uncertainty, incomplete
> * New kinds of knowledge graphs: common-sense, visual
> knowledge, etc.
> Management and querying of knowledge graphs
> * Architectures for managing big graphs
> * Expressive query answering
> * Reasoning with large-scale, dynamic data
> * Data dynamics, update, and synchronization
> * Synthetic graphs and graph benchmarks
> Applications of knowledge graphs
> * Innovative uses of knowledge graphs
> * Understanding and analyzing knowledge graphs
> * Semantic search
> * Question answering
> * Combining knowledge graphs with other information resources
> GUEST EDITORS
> * Markus Kroetzsch (primary contact), TU Dresden,
> markus.kroetzsch at tu-dresden.de, http://korrekt.org/
> * Gerhard Weikum, Max Planck Institute for Informatics,
> weikum at mpi-inf.mpg.de, http://people.mpi-inf.mpg.de/~weikum/
> IMPORTANT DATES
> We will aim at an efficient publication cycle in order to
> guarantee prompt availability of the published results. We will
> review papers on a rolling basis as they are submitted and
> explicitly encourage submissions well before the submission
> deadline. Submit papers online at the journal's Elsevier Web
> * Submission deadline: 28 February 2015
> * Author notification: 31 May 2015
> * Final version: 31 July 2015
> * Final notification: 31 October 2015
> * Publication: late 2015/early 2016
> SUBMISSION GUIDELINES
> The Journal of Web Semantics solicits original scientific
> contributions of high quality. Following the overall mission of
> the journal, we emphasize the publication of papers that combine
> theories, methods and experiments from different subject areas in
> order to deliver innovative semantic methods and applications.
> The publication of large-scale experiments and their analysis is
> also encouraged to clearly illustrate scenarios and methods that
> introduce semantics into existing Web interfaces, contents and
> Submission of your manuscript is welcome provided that it, or any
> translation of it, has not been copyrighted or published and has
> not been submitted for publication elsewhere. Manuscripts should
> be prepared for publication in accordance with instructions given
> in the guide for authors (http://bit.ly/JWSgfa). The submission
> and review process will be carried out using Elsevier's Web-based
> EES system (http://ees.elsevier.com/jws/). To ensure that all
> manuscripts are correctly identified for inclusion in the special
> issue, it is important that authors select "S.I.: Knowledge
> Graphs" at the "Article Type" step in the submission process.
> Upon acceptance of an article, the author(s) will be asked to
> transfer copyright of the article to the publisher. This transfer
> will ensure the widest possible dissemination of information.
> Elsevier's preprint policy (http://bit.ly/ELSpre) permits authors
> and their institutions to host preprints on their web sites.
> Preprints of the articles will be made freely accessible on the
> JWS preprint server (http://bit.ly/JWSpreprint). Final copies of
> accepted publications will appear in print and at Elsevier's
> archival online server.
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