Lightweight reasoning and the web of data for web science

Edward Thomas, Jeff Z Pan, Stuart Taylor, Yuan Ren

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Abstract

In the last five years, more than thirteen billion facts have been posted in public, open, semantically rich data sets on the World Wide Web. These data sets and the links between data sets contain an enormous amount of information which is of interest of scientists from all disciplines, but the sheer size of them, combined with the complexity of the underlying languages, makes these data sets unwieldy when tackled with traditional knowledge management tools. In this paper, we look at some new techniques which are available to deal with these problems, and see how and when they should be applied.
Original languageEnglish
Pages1-6
Number of pages6
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2010
EventInternational Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2010) - , United Kingdom
Duration: 26 Apr 201027 Apr 2010

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ConferenceInternational Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2010)
CountryUnited Kingdom
Period26/04/1027/04/10

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Thomas, E., Pan, J. Z., Taylor, S., & Ren, Y. (2010). Lightweight reasoning and the web of data for web science. 1-6. Paper presented at International Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2010), United Kingdom.

Lightweight reasoning and the web of data for web science. / Thomas, Edward; Pan, Jeff Z; Taylor, Stuart; Ren, Yuan.

2010. 1-6 Paper presented at International Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2010), United Kingdom.

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Thomas, E, Pan, JZ, Taylor, S & Ren, Y 2010, 'Lightweight reasoning and the web of data for web science' Paper presented at International Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2010), United Kingdom, 26/04/10 - 27/04/10, pp. 1-6.
Thomas E, Pan JZ, Taylor S, Ren Y. Lightweight reasoning and the web of data for web science. 2010. Paper presented at International Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2010), United Kingdom.
Thomas, Edward ; Pan, Jeff Z ; Taylor, Stuart ; Ren, Yuan. / Lightweight reasoning and the web of data for web science. Paper presented at International Conference on Web Science (WebSci 2010), United Kingdom.6 p.
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