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The papers of the workshop will be published in the near future on CEUR Workshop Proceedings (http://sunsite.informatik.rwth-aachen.de/Publications/CEUR-WS/)
Workshop Organization - Explanation of Paper Types
The goal of the End User Semantic Web Interaction Workshop was to provide an interactive environment to discuss the core issues and obstacles to enable End Users to take advantage (and use) the Semantic Web. To allow sufficient time for focused discussions and breakout group interactivity we (the workshop chairs) decided to deviate from the usual workshop setup.
First, we chose only a few papers to be presented. The papers where chosen to set the stage, to provoke discussions and to present existing "demoable" visions of end user interactions. These are going to be presented in the morning and are going to allow sufficient time for interactive discussions.
Second, we are going to have focused break-out discussion groups. These are going to be mainly organized in the afternoon. They are going to be facilitated by a facilitator, with ample experience to enable discussions in such large groups.
As a consequence we have accepted to types of papers:
- Papers for presentation
These will be presented at the workshop and are a fixed element of the workshop plan.
- Accepted papers
These might be called upon for presentation assuming that the subject under discussion is addressed in the discussios during the day.
We hope that this workshop organization will provide an interactive and enriching discussion for all participants.
Papers Accepted for Presentation
- Semantic Web Applications
Karun Bakshi, David R. Karger - MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory, Cambridge MA, USA
- mSpace Mobile: A Mobile Application for the Semantic Web
Max Wilson, Alistair Russell, Daniel A. Smith, Alisdair Owens, m.c. schraefel - University of Southampton, UK
- Fresnel - A Browser-independent Presentation Vocabulary for RDF
Christian Bizer - Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, Ryan Lee - W3C/MIT CSAIL, Cambridge MA, Emmanuel Pietriga - INRIA & Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique (LRI), Orsay, France
- End-user Evaluations of Semantic Web Technologies
Rob McCool - Stanford University, USA, Andrew J. Cowell - Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland WA, USA, David A. Thurman - National Security Directorate, Battelle Pacific Northwest Division, USA
- Semantic Web Interaction through Trust Network Recommender Systems
Jennifer Golbeck - University of Maryland, College Park MD, USA
- Visualizing Web Ontologies with CropCircles
Bijan Parsia, Taowei Wang, Jennifer Golbeck - University of Maryland, College Park MD, USA
Other accepted papers
- Concepts for Faster Exploratory Navigation
Laurian Gridinoc Grapefruit srl, Romania
- Study on Integrating Semantic Applications
Martin Dzbor, The Open University, UK
Philipp Cimiano, University of Karlsruhe
Victoria Uren, The Open University, UK
Sam Champman, University of Sheffield, UK
- Recommending Topics from Related Objects
Lloyd Rutledge, Telematica Instituut, Enschede, NL
Lora Aroyo, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, NL
Peter Gorgels, The Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, NL
Natalia Stash, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, NL
Mettina Veenstra, Telematica Instituut, Enschede, NL
Rogier Brussee, Telematica Instituut, Enschede, NL
- Ending the Tyranny of the Browser - The Semantic Web in support of the Interactive Experience
David De Roure
Wendy Hall, University of Southhampton, UK
- Semantic-Web-Backed GUI Applications
Axel Rauschmayer Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Germany
- View-based User Inferfaces for Information Retrieval on the Semantic Web
Teemu Sidoroff, University of Helsinki, Finland
- Effective NL Paraphrasing of Ontologies on the Semantic Web
Daniel Hewlett, Workstations at Maryland, University of Maryland, College Park MD, USA
Aditya Kalyanpur, University of Maryland
Vladimir Kolovski, University of Maryland
Christian Halaschek-Wiener, University of Maryland
- A Proposal of Community-based Folksonomy with RDF Metadata
Ikki Ohmukai, National Institute of Informatics (NII), Tokyo, Japan
Masahiro Hamasaki, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology, Japan
Hideaki Takeda, National Institute of Informatics (NII), Tokyo, Japan