[CEUR Workshop Proceedings] Vol-291

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New Forms of Reasoning for the Semantic Web: Scalable, Tolerant and Dynamic

Proceedings of the First International Workshop Workshop "New forms of reasoning for the Semantic Web: scalable, tolerant and dynamic", co-located with ISWC 2007 and ASWC 2007

Busan, Korea, November 11th, 2007.

Edited by

Ruzica Piskac*, Frank van Harmelen**, and Ning Zhong***

* Laboratory for Automated Reasoning and Analysis, École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland
** Knowledge Representation and Reasoning Group, Faculty of Sciences - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
*** Knowledge Information Systems Laboratory, Maebashi Institute of Technology, Japan

Table of Contents

    Invited paper

  1. Unifying Reasoning and Search to Web Scale
    Dieter Fensel, Frank van Harmelen

    Research Papers

  2. An architecture for peer-to-peer reasoning
    George Anadiotis, Spyros Kotoulas, Ronny Siebes
  3. Towards Scalable Information Spaces
    Reto Krummenacher, Elena Simperl, Dieter Fensel
  4. Who the FOAF knows Alice? A needed step toward Semantic Web Pipes
    Christian Morbidoni, Axel Polleres, Giovanni Tummarello
  5. Opportunistic Reasoning for the Semantic Web: Adapting Reasoning to the Environment
    Carlos Pedrinaci, Tim Smithers, Amaia Bernaras
  6. Efficient Selection and Integration of Data Sources for Answering SemanticWeb Queries
    Abir Qasem, Dimitre A. Dimitrov, Jeff Heflin
  7. Anytime Classification by Ontology Approximation
    Stefan Schlobach, E. Blaauw, M. El Kebir, A. ten Teije, F. van Harmelen, S. Bortoli, M. Hobbelman, K. Millian, Y. Ren, S. Stam,, P. Thomassen, R. van het Schip, W. van Willigem
  8. Mind the Web
    Valentin Zacharias, Andreas Abecker, Denny Vrandecic, Imen Borgi, Simone Braun, Simone Braun

    Short Papers

  9. Sampling and Soundness: Can We Have Both?
    Carla Gomes, Jörg Hoffmann, Ashish Sabharwal, Bart Selman
  10. Differences + Triple Spaces = Active Triple Spaces
    Vlad Tanasescu
  11. Change paths in reasoning !
    Raphael Volz

submitted by R. Piskac, 7-Nov-2007
published on CEUR-WS.org, 7-Nov-2007