W3C Workshop — RDF Next Steps
Accepted Submissions

June 26-27, 2010,
hosted by the National Center for Biomedical Ontology (NCBO), Stanford, Palo Alto, CA, USA

Accepted Submissions

In case a presentation has been given at the Workshop, too, links to the presentation slides are also available below.

  1. Suggestions Toward RDF Semantics Improvement — Inspired by the Lexical Grid”, by Cui Tao, Jyotishman Pathak, Harold Solbrig, Wei-Qi Wei, and Christopher G. Chute
  2. Flat triples approach to RDF Graphs in JSON”, by Dominik Tomaszuk
  3. RDF Next Steps, Telefónica's Position Paper”, by José Manuel Cantera Fonseca
  4. RDF: Back to the Graph”, by Peter F. Patel-Schneider (Slides)
  5. Name That Graph”, by Fabien Gandon and Olivier Corby (Slides)
  6. Supporting Change Propagation in RDF”, by Andy Seaborne and Ian Davis (Slides)
  7. Provenance Requirements for the Next Version of RDF”, by Jun Zhao, Christian Bizer, Yolanda Gil, Paolo Missier, and Satya Sahoo (Slides)
  8. RDF Needs Annotations”, by Nuno Lopes, Antoine Zimmermann, Aidan Hogan, Gergely Lukácsy, Axel Polleres, Umberto Straccia, and Stefan Decker (Slides)
  9. RDF and XML: Towards a Unified Query Layer”, by Nuno Lopes, Stefan Bischof, Orri Erling, Axel Polleres, Alexandre Passant, Diego Berrueta, Antonio Campos, Jé́rôme Euzenat, Kingsley Idehen, Stefan Decker, Sté́phane Corlosquet, Jacek Kopecky ́, Janne Saarela, Thomas Krennwallner, Davide Palmisano, and Michal Zaremba (Slides)
  10. RDF Syntaxes 2.0”, by David Beckett (Slides)
  11. Aspect-Oriented Data”, by Ora Lassila, Mika Mannermaa, Marwan Sabbouh, and Ian Oliver
  12. RDF Isolation API”, by James Leigh and David Wood (Slides)
  13. An Ordered RDF List”, by James Leigh and David Wood (Slides)
  14. Redefining the RDFS Closure to be Decidable”, by Jesse Weaver
  15. Using RDF for social information management”, by Axel Rauschmayer
  16. Personal RDF”, by Thomas Lörtsch
  17. What I Want in RDF 2.0”, by David Booth (Slides)
  18. OMG Ontology PSIG”, by Elisa Kendall, Roy Bell, Roger Burkhart, Manfred Koethe, Hugues Vincent, and Evan Wallace (Slides)
  19. When owl:sameAs isn’t the Same: An Analysis of Identity Links on the Semantic Web”, by Harry Halpin, Ivan Herman, and Patrick J. Hayes (Slides)
  20. Towards a minor revision of RDF”, by Jeremy Carroll (Slides)
  21. Revisiting Blank Nodes in RDF to Avoid the Semantic Mismatch with SPARQL”, by Marcelo Arenas, Mariano Consens, and Alejandro Mallea (Slides)
  22. Triplesets: Tagging and Grouping in RDF Datasets”, by Atanas Kiryakov and Vassil Momtchev
  23. Next steps for RDF: Keep the core and pave the cowpaths”, by Richard Cyganiak (Slides)
  24. RDFS 3.0”, by James Hendler
  25. Cambridge Semantics Position”, by Lee Feigenbaum
  26. Contextualized RDF Importing”, by Jie Bao, Li Ding, and Deborah L. McGuinness (Slides)
  27. Atom on the Web of Data: The Activity Streams Example”, by Harry Halpin and Chris Messina
  28. The Future of RDF”, by Tim Berners-Lee

Workshop Organization Committee

Workshop Chairs

Program Committee:

The program committee consists of:

Ivan Herman, W3C, Semantic Web Activity Lead

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