SOS-DLWD13: From Open Sources to Web of Data

Fusion of workshops "Services and Open Sources"
and "Related Data for a Web of Data"

July 1st, 2013 - Lille, France

Co-located with the conference "Ingénierie des Connaissances" IC2013

This workshop aims to bring together works dealing on the one hand, issues related to heterogeneous and independent open-sources, and other hand problems on semantic links existing between the structured data to facilitate their process and integration of over the Web of data.
Thus, it is the merge of the fourth edition of the SOS (Services and Open Sources, RFIA2010, EGC2011 and EGC2012) workshop and the second edition of the DLWD (Related Data for a Web of Data) workshop. This new edition follows the SOS-DLWD2012 workshop that was co-located with the EGC2012 conference.

This workshop will be organized in two sessions:

  • Session 1 : Services and Open Sources (SOS)
  • Session 2 : Related Data for a Web of Data (DLWD)

This workshop aims at bringing together researchers from academic and industrial worlds on the topics listed below.

Workshop topics include (but are not restricted to)

  • Identification and automatic discovery of information sources,
  • Access and information gathering from open sources (Web, social networks, RSS, etc.),
  • Classification, filtering of information of interest,
  • Information extraction from unstructured text and/or using specific vocabularies (blogs, texting, forums, etc.), from large volumes of multi-media data (text, image, video, audio),
  • Sentiment/opinion analysis from social media (social networks, blogs, forums, etc.),
  • Modeling and gathering of knowledge extracted from open sources (ontologies, semantic annotations, etc.),
  • Use of knowledge extracted from open sources: reasoning, decision support, visualization, etc.,
  • Weak signals detection,
  • Evaluation and assessment of data sources and information extracted from open sources,
  • Applications and watch platforms from open sources (strategic, business, OSINT, etc.), Big Data-oriented platforms,
  • services integration for heterogenous treatments, etc.,
  • Provenance and trust of data and their links,
  • Inference, search and validation of data links,
  • Interoperability of data sources and ontology alignment,
  • Generation and publication of data,
  • Querying the contents of the LOD,
  • Development of linked data related services,
  • Privacy / access control on linked data.
Such a workshop, open to all IC communities, completes works presented in national and international workshops (like QRWD11, LDOW11, COLD10).

Important dates

  • Submission deadline: May 5th, 2013
  • Authors notification: May 22nd, 2013
  • Submission of final versions: May 29th, 2013
  • SOS-DLWD2013 workshop: July 1st, 2013

  • Submission details

    Papers, in French or English, will not have to exceed 16 pages (including references and figures). Papers could be shorter, particularly for starting researches.

    Submissions should be in PDF format and follow the IC conference style sheet available here.

    Papers should be submitted before May 5th, 2013 through the EasyChair website:

    Authors should indicate for which session (1 or 2) their paper is intended to.

    Organization Committee

  • Khaled Khelif (Cassidian -- EADS)
  • Fatiha Saïs (LRI, Université Paris Sud)
  • François Scharffe (LIRMM, Université Montpellier 2)
  • Rania Khefifi (LRI, Université Paris Sud)
  • Laurie Serrano (Cassidian -- EADS)

  • Program Committee

  • Florence Amardeilh (Mondeca)
  • Alain Bidault (ENSAI)
  • Maroua Bouzid (GREYC, Université de Caen)
  • Patrice Buche (UMR INRA IATE)
  • Gaël de Chalendar (CEA LIST)
  • Olivier Corby (INRIA, Sophia Antipolis)
  • Mariana Damova (OntoText - Bulgarie)
  • Jérôme David (LIG, INRIA Grenoble - Rhône-Alpes)
  • Juliette Dibie-Barthélemy (AgroParisTech & INRA Mé[email protected])
  • Valentina Dragos (ONERA)
  • Adil El Ghali (IBM)
  • Christian Fluhr (GEOL Semantics)
  • Bruno Grilheres (Cassidian)
  • Nathalie Hernandez (IRIT, Université Toulouse le Mirail)
  • Ollivier Haemmerlé (IRIT, Université Toulouse le Mirail)
  • Michel Leclère (LIRMM, Université Montpellier 2)
  • Alexandre Pauchet (LITIS, Rouen)
  • François Paulus (SemSoft)
  • Nathalie Pernelle (LRI, Université Paris Sud)
  • Mathieu Roche (LIRMM, Université Montpellier 2)
  • Marie-Christine Rousset (LIG, Université de Grenoble)
  • Brigitte Safar (LRI, Université Paris Sud)
  • Dafni Stampouli (Cassidian)
  • Danai Symeonidou (LRI, Université Paris Sud)
  • Cassia Trojahn (IRIT, Toulouse)
  • Sinan Yurtsever (Atos, Turkey)
  • Haïfa Zargayouna (LIPN, Université de Paris 13)