Quo vadis, CS?
Sebastian Rudolph, Markus Krötzsch, Pascal Hitzler
Quo Vadis, CS? – On the (non)-impact of Conceptual Structures on the Semantic Web
Abstract. Conceptual Structures is a field of research which shares abstract concepts and interests with recent work on knowledge representation for the Semantic Web. However, while the latter is an area of research and development which is rapidly expanding in recent years, the former fails to participate in these developments on a large scale. In this paper, we attempt to stimulate the Conceptual Structures community to catch the Semantic Web train.
Published at ICCS2007 (Conference paper)
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- Sebastian Rudolph, Markus Krötzsch, Pascal Hitzler. Quo Vadis, CS? – On the (non)-impact of Conceptual Structures on the Semantic Web. In Uta Priss, Simon Polovina, Richard Hill, eds.: Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on Conceptual Structures (ICCS-07), pp. 464–467. SpringerProperty "Publisher" has a restricted application area and cannot be used as annotation property by a user. 2007.
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