SePublica 2012

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SePublica 2012
Location: Hersonissos Greece
Date & time: 2012-05-28

9th Extended Semantic Web Conference

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SePublica 2012 (Scholarly communication in the semantic web) is a scientific workshop at ESWC 2012 proposed by Benjamin Good, Frank van Harmelen, Alexander Garcia, Christoph Lange

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Also previously at:

Robert Stevens will give the keynote "Semantic publishing: what does it all mean anyway?". Mentioned: CiTO, BiRO, C4O, DoCO, getUtopia, FaBiO, PRO, PSO, PWO. He also described his submission to the workshop [1]

[edit] Papers

  1. Online open neuroimaging mass meta-analysis presented by Finn Årup Nielsen. Online meta-analysis in the Brede Wiki with data from Matthew J. Kempton, see, e.g., MaND. The slides are available [2].
  2. Using annotations to model discourse: an extension to the Annotation presented by Alexander Garcia, modeling especially suicide in the military. Work with Annotation Ontology. They have around 25 domain experts, 10'000 triplets per paper. They used A.nnotate to annotate the documents.
  3. Three steps to heaven: semantic publishing in a real world workflow presented by Phillip Lord. Publishing workflows: Word/email, Word/Dropbox, Latex/versioning, Asciidoc/Dropbox. Uses: MathJax, kcite, greycite, Citation Style Language. Citations uses data from PubMed, arXiv, GreyCite, CrossRef
  4. Workflow-centric research objects: a first class citizen in the scholarly discourse presented by Khalid Belhajjame. Concepts: "research objects, verbs: "used" and "wasGeneratedBy" myExperiment ( Uses Annotation Ontology. "Wf4Ever" project: Its Research Object Specification is available from and the Research Object Vocabularies and Ontologies Primer is available at
  5. Uncovering impacts: a case study in using altmetrics tools presented by Paul Groth. About altmetrics and examined CitedIn and Total-Impact.
  6. Semantic publishing of knowledge about amino acids presented by Robert David Stevens. He stressed the notion of narrative in scientific papers.
  7. Linked data for the natural sciences: two use cases in chemistry and biology presented by Cord Wiljes. Scientific research data is valuable because: resuse data in other contexts, prevent redundant efforts, validate results, improve interdisciplinary co-operation. Use case with Professor Thomas Koop (glass transition temperatures of organic aeroles). Locomotion of stick insects.
  8. Automated assembly of custom narratives from modular content using semantic representations of real-world domains and audiences presented by Joshua Wulf from Redhat. Generating a narrative from knowledge, here for technical documentation. Concepts: "Information Typing" (concept, task or reference), information depth ("basic", "intermediate", "advanced". Example: JBoss Enterprise Application Platform. Topicindex at Related work: BBC sports website "Dynamic Semantic Publishing".
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