Selected Papers from the Combined EKAW 2014 and Semantic Web Journal Track

Tracking #: 1384-2596

Stefan Schlobach
Krzysztof Janowicz

Responsible editor: 
Pascal Hitzler

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Knowledge on the Web, and in society in general, is diverse: it is mutli-cultural, multi-thematic, multi-perspective, multi-medial, multi-dimensional, and distributed over time, space, and various contexts. This offers rich opportunities to gain a better and more holistic understanding of complex processes, both physical and social, which require analysis of many of these sources in integrative ways. EKAW 2014, the 19th International Conference on Knowledge Engineering and Knowledge Management, held in November 2014 in Linkoping, Sweden, put a particular emphasis on the heterogeneity in the nature and usage of knowledge. This special issue collects extended full papers from this conferences that investigate novel knowledge engineering and management methods for constructing, extracting, visualizing, reusing, and integrating data in its various forms and provenances.
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