Accepted Papers

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Accepted Research, Resource and In-Use Papers

All papers are listed here.

Best research paper nominees:

  • A Comparative Study of Stream Reasoning Engines
    by Nathan Gruber and Birte Glimm
  • A Framework to Include and Exploit Probabilistic Information in SHACL Validation Reports
    by Rémi Felin, Catherine Faron and Andrea Tettamanzi
  • Classifying sequences by combining context-free grammars and OWL ontologies
    by Nicolas Lazzari, Andrea Poltronieri and Valentina Presutti
  • Explainable Phenotype-Centric Drug Repurposing via Deep Reinforcement Learning
    by Lise Stork, Ilaria Tiddi, René Spijker and Annette ten Teije

Best resource paper nominees:

  • A knowledge graph of contentious terminology for inclusive representation of cultural heritage
    by Andrei Nesterov, Laura Hollink, Marieke van Erp and Jacco van Ossenbruggen
  • Describing and Organizing Semantic Web and Machine Learning Systems in the SWeMLS-KG
    by Fajar J. Ekaputra, Majlinda Llugiqi, Marta Sabou, Andreas Ekelhart, Heiko Paulheim, Anna Breit, Artem Revenko, Laura Waltersdorfer, Kheir Eddine Farfar and Sören Auer
  • HHT : an approach for representing temporally-evolving historical territories
    by William Charles, Nathalie Hernandez and Nathalie Aussenac-Gilles

Best in-use paper nominees:

  • SemReasoner – A high-performance Knowledge Graph Store and rule-based Reasoner
    by Kevin Angele, Jürgen Angele, Umutcan Şimşek and Dieter Fensel
  • Prototyping an End-User User Interface for the Solid Application Interoperability Specification under GDPR
    by Hadrien Bailly, Anoop Papanna and Rob Brennan

Accepted Poster and Demo Papers

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Best poster paper nominees:

  • Reinforcement Learning-based SPARQL Join Ordering Optimizer
    by Ruben Eschauzier, Ruben Taelman, Meike Morren and Ruben Verborgh
  • RoXi: a Framework for Reactive Reasoning
    by Pieter Bonte and Femke Ongenae
  • Descriptive Comparison of Visual Ontology Change Summarisation Methods
    Kornpol Chung, Romana Pernisch and Stefan Schlobach

Best demo paper nominees:

  • SHACL-ACL: Access Control with SHACL
    by Philipp D. Rohde, Enrique Iglesias and Maria-Esther Vidal
  • GLENDA: Querying over RDF Archives with SPARQL
    by Olivier Pelgrin, Ruben Taelman, Luis Galárraga and Katja Hose
  • SummaryGPT: Leveraging ChatGPT for Summarizing Knowledge Graphs
    by Giannis Vassiliou, Nikos Papadakis and Haridimos Kondylakis

Accepted PhD Symposium Papers

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Best PhD paper nominees:

  • Query answering over the polymorphic web of data
    by Cosimo Gregucci
  • Formalizing Stream Reasoning for a Decentralized Semantic Web
    by Mathijs van Noort
  • Optimisation of Link Traversal Query Processing over Distributed Linked Data through Adaptive Techniques
    by Jonni Hanski

Accepted Industry Papers

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Accepted ESWC 2043 Papers

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