Thursday, November 05, 2009

The Future of Science: Semantic Web Applications in Scientific Discourse

For those who want to take a glimpse at where science and scientific discourse are going, take a look at some of the papers at this workshop:
Workshop on Semantic Web Applications in Scientific Discourse, October 26, 2009, Proceedings), part of The 8th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2009)
  • Keynote: Enabling Semantic Publication and Integration of Scientific Information
    David Shotton. Presentation.

  • A Short Survey of Discourse Representation Models
    Tudor Groza, Siegfried Handschuh, Tim Clark and Simon Buckingham Shum
    Paper Presentation

  • Strategic Reading and Scientific Discourse
    Allen Renear and Carole Palmer

  • 'Confortation': about a new qualitative category for analyzing biomedical texts
    Delphine Battistelli, Antonietta Folino, Patricia Geretto, Ludivine Kuznik, Jean-Luc Minel and Florence Amardeilh
    Paper Presentation

  • Hypotheses, Evidence and Relationships:The HypER Model of Representing Scientific Knowledge
    Anita de Waard, Simon Buckingham Shum Annamaria Carusi, Jack Park, Matthias Samwald and Agnes Sandor
    Paper Presentation

  • SWAN/SIOC: Aligning Scientific Discourse Representation and Social Semantics
    Alexandre Passant, Paolo Ciccarese, John Breslin and Tim Clark
    Paper Presentation

  • Harnessing the Power of the Community in a Library of Biomedical Ontologies
    Natasha Noy, Michael Dorf, Nicholas Griffith, Csongor Nyulas and Mark Musen.
    Paper Presentation

  • myExperiment: An ontology for e-Research
    David Newman, Sean Bechhofer and David De Roure
    Paper Presentation

  • System Description: Reaching Deeper into the Life Science Bibliome with CORAAL
    Vit Novacek, Tudor Groza and Siegfried Handschuh
    Paper Presentation

  • Nano-Publication in the e-Science Era
    Barend Mons and Jan Velterop.
    Paper Presentation

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