November 9, 2014, Chiang Mai, Thailand, co-located with JIST2014 Conference

Scope

Linked Data is now recognized as one of the prominent ways for publishing data on the web. Even though Linked Data Technology is the results of the long-term development in Semantic Web Community, it is not easy to deploy it to the real problems and often needs to develop it to adapt them. In order to facilitate practical use of linked data and semantic web technologies, it is necessary to manage information and to identify meaningful and well-structured knowledge on the Web. Applying ontology to augment publishing and analyzing semantic data is one of the most important research areas. Ontology and ontology-based application can enhance modeling and processing of the semantic data, especially the data in specific domains, in terms of data integration, interoperability, reusability and intelligence. 

In this workshop, we want to share the experience and solutions to apply Linked Data and Ontology Technology to the real problems. We welcome not only researchers but also engineers, practitioners, and project managers who commit projects to develop Linked Data and Ontology in practice.

The previous version of this workshop was known as the Joint International Workshop on 2013 Linked Data in Practice Workshop (LDPW2013) and 2013 Practical Application of Ontology for Semantic Data Engineering (PAOS2013).

Topics of interest

  • Linked Data Management
    • Conversion of data to RDF
    • Data integration
    • Identity management
    • Scheme management
    • Domain-specific models
  • Linked Data Applications
    • Application frameworks
    • Domain-dependent applications
    • Generic applications
    • Interface and interaction
  • Linked Data Projects
    • Business models
    • Project management models
    • Community models
    • Domain-specific projects
  • Ontology for Semantic Data Engineering
    • Ontology/ Semantic Web application framework
    • Development of ontology-based Semantic Data for practical use
    • Application of ontology-based Semantic Data for practical use
    • Ontology-based Linked Data Application
    • Ontology modeling for practical use of Semantic Data
  • Development of Linked Data and Ontology
    • Ontology modeling
    • Design principle of linked data and ontology
    • Linked Data and Ontology in specific domains (e.g. health care, education, open government, travel, culture, library, etc.)

Important Dates

  • Paper Submission Deadline:   Sep 1ุ6, 2014 (extended) 
  • Acceptance Notification Due:   Sep 26, 2014 
  • Camera-ready Paper Due:   Sep 30, 2014 
 

Submissions

We seek the following kinds of submissions:
  • Full papers: up to 16 pages in LNCS format
  • Short papers: up to 6 pages in LNCS format
All submissions should be submitted on EasyChair system (https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=ldop2014).


Workshop Organizers
  • Hideaki Takeda, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
  • Jason J. Jung, Chung-Ang University, Korea
  • Kouji Kozaki, Osaka University, Japan
  • Thepchai Supnithi, NECTEC, Thailand
  • Marut Buranarach, NECTEC, Thailand

Committee Members
  • Ryutaro Ichise, National Institute of Informatics, Japan
  • Shinichi Nagano, Toshiba Corporation, Japan
  • Naoki Fukuta, Shizuoka University, Japan
  • Takahira Yamaguchi, Keio University, Japan
  • Kanda Runapongsa Saikaew, Khon Kaen University, Thailand
  • Nopphadol Chalortham, Chiang Mai University, Thailand
  • Athitaya Nitchot, NECTEC, Thailand

Workshop Proceedings

Invited Talk

  • The DaPaaS Platform: Data-as-a-Service Solution for Open Data
Dr. Dumitru Roman, SINTEF ICT, Norway

Abstract: Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) is emerging as a new paradigm for cost-effective and agile data provisioning, promising to simplify data management for organizations with limited expertise in the field, and to reduce the costs for data integration, publishing and consumption. This presentation will provide a brief overview of existing relevant DaaS solutions, with a focus on Open Data and the DaPaaS Platform (http://dapaas.eu/) --- an emerging open DaaS solution for Open Data. The goal of this presentation is to familiarize the audience with the DaaS concept, the emerging solutions in this domain, and to provide an overview of the DaPaaS platform.

Bio: Dr. Dumitru Roman works as a Senior Research Scientist at SINTEF ICT, Oslo, Norway. He is currently involved in research around simplification of data access, integration, and data publication and consumption at large scale. He currently acts as the DaPaaS project coordinator (http://dapaas.eu) – a project developing a Data- and Process-as-a-Service for simplifying access to data and data-intensive applications. He holds an adjunct associate professorship at the University of Oslo, Norway.

Accepted Papers & Presentation Schedule

Date: Nov 9, 2014 (Sun), 16:15-18:30
Location: Room Doi Suthep 2, Kantary Hills Hotel, Chiang Mai, Thailand

 Time Presentations
  16.15-16.20 Opening Remarks
 16:20-16.50Invited Talk
The DaPaaS Platform: Data-as-a-Service Solution for Open Data

By Dr. Dumitru Roman, SINTEF ICT, Norway
[presentation slides]
 16:50-17:10A Framework of Automatic Alignment of Concept in Ontology with Confidence Score based on Inner Concept Information
Panadda Jaiboonlue, Supot Nitsuwat, Wasan Na Chai, Prasert Luekhong, Taneth Ruangrajitpakorn and Thepchai Supnithi
 17:10-17:30Advancing Underutilized Crops Knowledge using SWRL-enabled Ontologies - A survey and early experiment
Abba Lawan, Abdur Rakib, Natasha Alechina and Asha Karunaratne
 17:30-17:50Publishing Linked Open Data from Semantic Relation Extraction for Thai Cultural Archive
Watchira Buranasing and Marut Buranarach
 17:50-18:10Ontology Refinement Using Implicit User Preferences: A case study in cultural tourism domain
Krich Nasingkun, Mitsuru Ikeda, Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn and Thepchai Supnithi
 18:10-18:30Community-Driven Approach to Large-Scaled Ontology Development based on OAM Framework: a Case Study on Life Cycle Assessment
Akkharawoot Takhom, Prachya Boonkwan, Mitsuru Ikeda, Boontawee Suntisrivaraporn and Thepchai Supnith

Presenter Guideline

For each paper, 15 minutes will be allocated for presentation and 5 minutes for discussion. Please contact the session chair before the workshop begins. You are advised to test your presentation with the room equipment before the session begins.