SOKS: Self-Organising Knowledge Systems 2010
The Web of Data is messy. It contains billions of facts hosted by many different parties, represented using a variety of vocabularies with varying degrees of preciseness, and supplied in an inconsistent fashion. These are not deficiencies in the Web of Data, instead they are the core to the open world that allows providers to easily expose and connect their data. However, the messiness of the WoD is currently not taken advantage of. The Web of Data (WoD) is treaten as a database where precise queries can be formulated and answers are definitive. There is a need for the Semantic Web research community to focus on returning “good enough” answers.
Event sponsored by BNVKI The SOKS symposium is a two-days event discussing the relation between CI and KRR in the context of the Semantic Web. The goal is to bring together researchers working on CI, the Semantic Web and Complex Systems to highlight some of the currently happening cross-research and foster new opportunities of collaboration.
More about the symposium at http://www.few.vu.nl/soks/symposium
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