The Semantic Web – ISWC 2010: 9th International Semantic Web by Sören Auer, Matthias Weidl, Jens Lehmann, Amrapali J.

By Sören Auer, Matthias Weidl, Jens Lehmann, Amrapali J. Zaveri, Key-Sun Choi (auth.), Peter F. Patel-Schneider, Yue Pan, Pascal Hitzler, Peter Mika, Lei Zhang, Jeff Z. Pan, Ian Horrocks, Birte Glimm (eds.)

The two-volume set LNCS 6496 and 6497 constitutes the refereed court cases of the ninth overseas Semantic net convention, ISWC 2010, held in Shanghai, China, in the course of November 7-11, 2010. half I comprises fifty one papers out of 578 submissions to the learn song. half II comprises 18 papers out of sixty six submissions to the semantic internet in-use tune, 6 papers out of 26 submissions to the doctoral consortium music, and in addition four invited talks. every one submitted paper have been rigorously reviewed. The overseas Semantic internet meetings (ISWC) represent the key foreign venue the place the newest learn effects and technical ideas on all features of the Semantic internet are awarded. ISWC brings jointly researchers, practitioners, and clients from the components of man-made intelligence, databases, social networks, allotted computing, internet engineering, info platforms, usual language processing, delicate computing, and human computing device interplay to debate the main demanding situations and proposed strategies, the luck tales and screw ups, to boot the visions which can develop examine and force innovation within the Semantic Web.

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It highlights how the attendees who participated in LSS in both ESWC 2009 and ESWC 2010 conferences were much more active, in terms of F2F interactions, than those who used LSS only once. We observe that the average number of distinct participants with whom returning attendees have interacted is larger. The total time spent in F2F proximity with other attendees (strength) is close to twice the interaction time averaged over all participants. 2 Note that since the distributions are broad, the precise value of the averages is rather sensitive to rare events in the distribution tail.

Moreover, the contact events between chairs tend to be longer, and edges between chairs in the aggregated network correspond to many contact events. The density of the subnetwork of chairs is also very large (80% of all possible encounters are observed, against 35% for the possible encounters between all participants). Scientific seniority and twitter followers. e. number of Twitter users who follow the person in question) is given in Figure 5 for ESWC2010. It is interesting to see that of all LSS users, the most senior scientists are not the mostly followed on Twitter.

Another indicator of seniority is whether a person has taken a chairing role at the conference or not. org and used in this analysis. Table 4 explores this particular aspect of the relationship between “seniority” and social activity at the conference. Track chairs are indeed typically more senior. We observe that the chairs interact with more distinct people (larger average degree), and spend more time in F2F interaction (almost three times as much as a random participant). Moreover, the contact events between chairs tend to be longer, and edges between chairs in the aggregated network correspond to many contact events.

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