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A Semantic Double-Buffer Based Approach to Enhance Semantic Web Search

Ling Chen, Hai Jin, Sheng Di
2008 Second International Conference on the Digital Society  
Through testing on a practical platform, we testified that this Semantic Double-Buffer based search approach can not only effectively reduce user's request response time, but considerably release server's  ...  With the development of semantic web, search efficiency is becoming a challenging issue. To address this problem, we design an approach which mainly has two features.  ...  Section 3 introduces the architecture of semantic double-buffer based search approach. Section 4 discusses the algorithms of semantic double-buffer based search.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icds.2008.13 dblp:conf/icds/ChenJD08 fatcat:yc7iswczizdkdhyigjin5kpile

A CULTURAL LANDSCAPE INFORMATION SYSTEM DEVELOPED WITH OPEN SOURCE TOOLS

C. Chudyk, H. Müller, M. Uhler, F. Würriehausen
2013 ISPRS Annals of the Photogrammetry, Remote Sensing and Spatial Information Sciences  
A cultural landscape information system called KuLIS was designed as a web platform, combining semantic wiki software with a geographic information system.  ...  Based on data sets from public administrations, the information about cultural assets can be extended and enhanced by interested participants.  ...  The extension offers further functionality, and brings the application in line with Semantic Web approaches (Berners-Lee et al 2001).  ... 
doi:10.5194/isprsannals-ii-5-w1-73-2013 fatcat:m7hjacaa5fd7pmzk5yqd4m25ee

Automated Integration of Web Services in BPEL4WS Processes [chapter]

Steffen Bleul, Diana Comes, Kurt Geihs, Marc Kirchhoff
2009 Kommunikation in Verteilten Systemen (KiVS)  
In order to fully exploit the potential of dynamic service-oriented architectures based on Web Services we provide a novel self-integration service infrastructure that supports automatic service discovery  ...  Our service discovery approach takes into account possible runtime transformations such that a service in a BPEL4WS process can be replaced by a semantically similar service even if service interfaces  ...  We have shown the viability of our approach with a prototype implementation based on Web Services.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-92666-5_9 dblp:conf/kivs/BleulCGK09 fatcat:lszsswwmhjhvbndedsbqv3fibm

Hybrid Geo-spatial Query Methods on the Semantic Web with a Spatially-Enhanced Index of DBpedia [chapter]

Eman M. G. Younis, Christopher B. Jones, Vlad Tanasescu, Alia I. Abdelmoty
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Semantic Web resources such as DBpedia provide a rich source of structured knowledge about geographical features such as towns, rivers and historical buildings.  ...  with a high quality reference geo-dataset that can help to support a full range of geo-spatial query operators.  ...  Our work differs from such approaches in creating a centralized spatially-enabled index of Semantic Web content, in the manner of a web search engine, and employing a locally-stored reference geodataset  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-33024-7_25 fatcat:4ivopkcp55ef7phzho7ydt5gje

Comparison of Efficient Parallel Index Algorithms used for RDF Data Store

Rajani Sharma, Rajender Kumar Trivedi
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
But with the advent of semantic web, data has been found to be highly co-related and relevant.  ...  GPUs provide a parallel programming framework using CUDA (Compute Unified Device Architecture) that can be utilized to efficiently collate and make inferences on these massive data-sets.  ...  Weiss et al. (2008) , in order to achieve this double goal, proposed a novel approach to RDF data management framework which is based on the scheme of indexing the Resource Description Framework data in  ... 
doi:10.5120/18842-0229 fatcat:dkp6g3i33vak5n3kua2a76h7i4

USING SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC SIMILARITY OF WEB APIS TO ESTIMATE PORTING EFFORT

Hiranya Jayathilaka, Alexander Pucher, Chandra Krintz, Rich Wolski
2014 Services Transactions on Services Computing  
Our approach defines a simple type system and a language with which API developers specify the syntactic and semantic features of APIs.  ...  Web APIs, however, evolve rapidly, making it critical for developers to be able to compare APIs for similarity and estimate the workload associated with "porting" applications to use different or new APIs  ...  To enable semantic analysis, we define a simple type system for web APIs and a semantic description language based on the popular Python programming language.  ... 
doi:10.29268/stsc.2014.2.4.1 fatcat:k53sg225cfdv5njn27wy5sh6vu

RDDS: A Real-Time Data Distribution Service for Cyber-Physical Systems

Woochul Kang, Krasimira Kapitanova, Sang Hyuk Son
2012 IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics  
Further, we extend the semantics-aware communication mechanism to achieve robustness against unpredictable workloads by integrating a control-theoretic feedback controller at the publishers and a queueing-theoretic  ...  We demonstrate the viability of the proposed approach by implementing a prototype of RDDS.  ...  Further, RDDS integrates a reactive feedback controller and a proactive queueing-theoretic predictor in a double control loop to enhance the QoS of TPS.  ... 
doi:10.1109/tii.2012.2183878 fatcat:6qo6vyqtvraqrope7ptfjsqswq

Symbolic Computing with Incremental Mind-maps to Manage and Mine Data Streams - Some Applications

Claudine Brucks, Michael Hilker, Christoph Schommer, Cynthia Wagner, Ralph Weires
2008 International Workshop on Neural-Symbolic Learning and Reasoning  
networks, supporting the detection of the user behaviour within search engines, or being a hidden communication layer for natural language interaction.  ...  In this work, we intend to prove mindmaps' eligibility following diverse application scenarios, for example being an underlying management system to represent normal and abnormal traffic behaviour in computer  ...  The double edges signalise a double connection as the single (and parallel) edge between Han to Gelbukh and Kang to Gelbukh refers to a one-way association.  ... 
dblp:conf/nesy/BrucksHSWW08 fatcat:rkzn4fr6djg4nf2neqja6v4yxi

Symbolic Computing with Incremental Mindmaps to Manage and Mine Data Streams - Some Applications [article]

Claudine Brucks, Michael Hilker, Christoph Schommer, Cynthia Wagner, Ralph Weires
2009 arXiv   pre-print
computer networks, supporting the detection of the user behaviour within search engines, or being a hidden communication layer for natural language interaction.  ...  In this work, we intend to prove mind-maps' eligibility following diverse application scenarios, for example being an underlying management system to represent normal and abnormal traffic behaviour in  ...  We apply content zoning to text streams in order to establish a semantic mind-map, while using a sliding window of user-specified length; text is buffered in, immediately zoned and analysed.  ... 
arXiv:0902.3196v1 fatcat:7xpbqkmra5bn3n64r2ouw7fvfq

A Scalable Cooperative Semantic Caching (CoopSC) Approach to Improve Range Queries

Andrei Vancea, Laurent d'Orazio, Burkhard Stiller
2011 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Collaborative Computing: Networking, Applications and Worksharing  
CoopSC is a cooperative database caching approach, which extends the classic semantic caching approach by allowing clients to share their local caches in a cooperative matter.  ...  Cache entries of all clients are indexed in a distributed data structure constructed on top of a Peer-to-Peer (P2P) overlay network.  ...  Squirrel [11] is a decentralized, P2P Web caching system. It enables Web browsers to share their local caches in a scalable matter.  ... 
doi:10.4108/icst.collaboratecom.2011.247093 dblp:conf/colcom/VanceadS11 fatcat:a5cmgogsabgmvokig5morwgmki

Related paper recommendation to support online-browsing of research papers

Manabu Ohta, Toshihiro Hachiki, Atsuhiro Takasu
2011 Fourth International Conference on the Applications of Digital Information and Web Technologies (ICADIWT 2011)  
In this paper, we aim to address this challenge by presenting a novel approach that is based a semantically controlled NL representation for software requirements.  ...  ABSTRACT: This paper is based on the findings of a literature review on the field of World Wide Web.  ...  Newly proposed approaches are helping in structuring data over the web to take advantage in implementing efficient web based information retrieval search mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1109/icadiwt.2011.6041413 fatcat:ac77mkwkdrb3jf2kycwmwgmme4

WebScripter: World-Wide Grass-roots OntologyTranslation via Implicit End-User Alignment

Martin R. Frank, Pedro A. Szekely, Robert Neches, Baoshi Yan, Juan Lopez
2002 International Workshop on the Semantic Web  
In the emerging "Semantic Web" approach to ontology engineering, ordinary users may not look at anyone's ontology before creating theirs -instead, they may simply define a new local schema from scratch  ...  This paper describes an approach and implemented system for translating between the countless mini-ontologies that the Semantic Web approach yields.  ...  The first author would also like to acknowledge AFOSR funding under grant number F49620-01-1-0341.  ... 
dblp:conf/sww/FrankSNYL02 fatcat:jjvyyp2bjzeehjuxdrlcg3p7pi

The inconsistency of documentation: a study of online C standard library documents

Ruishi Li, Yunfei Yang, Jinghua Liu, Peiwei Hu, Guozhu Meng
2022 Cybersecurity  
Therefore, we propose a novel approach SSeeker for quickly discovering missing and inaccurate SSs through the inconsistency of semantically similar SSs.  ...  Then SSeeker puts semantically similar SSs from different sources into a group, which can be used to discover missing or inaccurate SSs.  ...  Acknowledgements We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers for detailed comments and useful feedback.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s42400-022-00118-9 fatcat:5psz774oqvgabd5zn2gximqvoa

Cooperative Database Caching within Cloud Environments [chapter]

Andrei Vancea, Guilherme Sperb Machado, Laurent d'Orazio, Burkhard Stiller
2012 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
CoopSC is a cooperative database caching architecture, which extends the classic semantic caching approach by allowing clients to share their local caches in a cooperative matter.  ...  Semantic caching is a technique used for optimizing the evaluation of database queries by caching results of old queries and using them when answering new queries.  ...  When answering a query, the XPath approach searches for a cache entry that strictly subsumes the given query. Thus, in consequence, partial hits are not supported.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-30633-4_3 fatcat:efl7grozhbbg3ld6f5wgaggqzq

Social Web and Knowledge Management [chapter]

Peter Dolog, Markus Krötzsch, Sebastian Schaffert, Denny Vrandečić
2009 Weaving Services and People on the World Wide Web  
Similar approaches have also been proposed to construct user profiles for assisting Web searching [26] or enhancing recommendations from collaborative filtering systems [1] .  ...  A different approach is those exploited by systems like Semantic Halo [3] : it improves tag based search systems adding semantic information without relying on ontologies.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-00570-1_11 dblp:conf/www/DologKSV08a fatcat:z6glljv7sfdxromng3d66jchne
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