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Vol 6, No 4 (2008): Special Issue: Semantic Web Challenge 2006/2007 Revyu: Linking reviews and ratings into theWeb of Data Abstract
Tom Heath, Enrico Motta
Vol 7, No 4 (2009): Special Issue: Semantic Web Challenge 2008 Exploring the Geospatial Semantic Web with DBpedia Mobile Abstract  PDF
Christian Becker, Christian Bizer
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Benjamin Nowack
Vol 24 (2014): SPECIAL ISSUE: SEMANTIC WEB CHALLENGE 2012 On the design of a Self-Medication Web application built on Linked Open Data Abstract  PDF
Olivier Curé
Vol 31 (2015) Linked hypernyms: Enriching DBpedia with Targeted Hypernym Discovery Abstract  PDF
Tomáš Kliegr
Vol 21 (2013): SPECIAL ISSUE: EVALUATION OF SEMANTIC TECHNOLOGIES Evaluating Question Answering over Linked Data Abstract  PDF
Vanessa Lopez, Christina Unger, Philipp Cimiano, Enrico Motta
Vol 30 (2015): Special issue on Semantic Search SINA: Semantic Interpretation of User Queries for Question Answering on Interlinked Data Abstract  PDF
Saeedeh Shekarpour, Edgard Marx, Axel-Cyrille Ngonga Ngomo, Sören Auer
Vol 26 (2014) The swget Portal: Navigating and Acting on the Web of Linked Data Abstract  PDF
Valeria Fionda, Claudio Gutierrez, Giuseppe Pirro
IN PRINT Publishing Privacy Logs to Facilitate Transparency and Accountability Abstract  Untitled
Reza Samavi, Mariano P. Consens
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