The Semantic Web (and Linked Data) has been an active area of research for several years. This 11th edition of the International Semantic Web Conference introduces the Journal Workshop Session. In this session participants will discuss sketches of their papers with editors and editorial board members of the top journals relevant to our field as well as other workshop participants. The goal is to help attendees to turn the sketches into successful submissions and avoid common stumbling blocks.
Please note: in order to participate you must register for the entire ISWC conference.
Selection for the Journal Workshop Session is competitive. Hence, prospective Journal Workshop Session are requested to submit paper sketches no more than 4 pages (LNCS format) that address the following issues:
- What is the contribution of the paper?
What problem are you trying to solve?
What is your hypothesis?
- Why should we care about the contribution?
- If applicable: How have others attempted to address this contribution in the past ?
- How are you planning to fulfill your goal?
What is the procedure by which you are going to contribute (theory, framework building, hypothesis development, etc).
- How will you measure your success?
Proofs, experiments, etc.
- Are there any specific problems you have with your current paper design?
Please submit your paper to https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=iswc2012jws
- Abraham Bernstein
- Tim Finin
- Nicola Guarino (to be confirmed)
- Frank van Harmelen
- Ian Horrocks (to be confirmed)
- Enrico Motta
- Mark Musen
- Natasha Noy
- Amit Sheth
- Steffen Staab
in alphabetical order:
- International Journal of Human-Computer Studies
- International Journal on Semantic Web and Information Systems
- Journal of Web Semantics, Science, Services and Agents on the World Wide Web
- Semantic Web Journal