Presentations

  1. An overview of CKAN

    Augusto Herrmann (Presented by Anna Fensel)
  2. Communication

    Dieter Fensel, Andreea-Elena Gagiu, and Birgit Leiter

    This presentation discusses the concept of communication. Communication is seen as unifying, potentially infinite alternating process of the two phases described in the previous chapters, namely publication (write) in Chapter 2 and monitoring (read) in Chapter 3. We start by defining what communication is, what types of communication (e.g. active, re-active) exist, and continue with how to trace communication including actors, messages, channels, time and data, and finally discuss challenges and solutions for multi-channel and multi-agent communication.

  3. D4.1 PlanetData data sets, vocabulariesand provisioning tools catalogue andaccess portal

    D4.1: Pablo N. Mendes, Steffen.Stadtmüller, Christian Bizer (Presented by Nelia Lasierra)
  4. Describing a ski school with schema.org types

    Evgeni Bykarskij
  5. Engagement

    Anna Fensel, Dieter Fensel, Andreea-Elena Gagiu, Birgit Leiter and Ioannis Stavrakantonakis

    In this presentation we turn to the question how one can build using publishing, monitoring and communication solutions, a scalable approach to engage with other parties. More precisely we look at workflow management and how to establish a collaborative environment, assign communication tasks, track, coordinate, monitor team of peoples, we investigate how crowdsourcing techniques can be applied to solve engagement tasks. Last part of this chapter discusses communication patterns seen as reusable set of communication templates and value-chain generation, as the increase of economic transactions as a result of engagement.

  6. ETourism

    Carmen Brenner, Dieter Fensel, Michael Fried, Jennifer Kaiser, Birgit Leiter, and Ioannis Stavrakantonakis

    In this presentation we take a closer look at opportunities and challenges of engagement in the specific application field of eTourism. We introduce the Seekda Social Agent (SESA), that helps hoteliers in dealing with the challenge to improve and maintaining communication needs in a world with an exploding number of channels in order to maintain or better increase their market share (i.e., the number of bookings and the attached price) by keeping the related transactions costs for on-line communication and booking manageable.

  7. Google Checks In to the Hotel Business

    Wilhelm Glaetzle
  8. How to Domesticate the Multi-Channel Communication Monster

    Carmen Brenner, Anna Fensel, Dieter Fensel, Michael Fried, Christoph Fuchs, Andreea Gagiu, Iker Larizgoitia, Birgit Leiter, Alex Oberhauser, Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu, Ioannis Stavrakantonakis, Andreas Thalhammer, and Ioan Toma

    This presentation motivates and introduces the vision and main concepts of effective and efficient on-line communication. We describe the overall aims and introduce main concepts such as Multi-channel Publishing/Dissemination, Social Media Monitoring, Communication, Engagement, Semantic Engagement, as well as applications types and fields for effective and efficient on-line communication.
    The presentation is available as full, medium and short version, as well as handouts.

  9. Master Seminar Paper Project “Project Y”

    Şahin Uçar
  10. Multi-channel Publishing / Dissemination

    Carmen Brenner, Dieter Fensel, Andreea Gagiu, Birgit Leiter, Ioannis Stavrakantonakis

    This presentation is about Multi-channel Publishing/Dissemination. We introduce the concept of dissemination, argue why it is important and present how it can be implemented. We continue by describing the multitude of dissemination channels available on the Web and discuss the pitfalls of dissemination. Finally we have a look at how to measure the impact of dissemination.

  11. On-line Presence of the Touristic Accommodation Industry

    Christoph Fuchs, Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu, Ioan Toma, Dieter Fensel, Andreea Gagiu, Anna Fensel, Birgit Leiter and Andreas Thalhammer

    This presentation contains an empirical analyse of the usage pattern of web technology in the touristic domain. We present first our evaluation criteria, and we introduce a set of key technologies for successful direct marketing, including vocabularies, semantic formats, Google rich snippets and site links, interactivity, widgets, direct bookability and social media. We analyse then the uptake of these technologies for hotels, hotels chains, destinations and booking channels. Finally, we draw some conclusions pointing out a severe competence gap in using state of the art web technologies for effective direct marketing in the touristic industry.

  12. Open Data Heterogeneity, Quality and Scale

    Zohra Bellahsene, Anne Laurent, François Scharffe, Konstantin Todorov
  13. Processing social media feedback with semantic technologies to improve product development

    Lukas Ott, Supervisor: Ass.-Prof. Dr. Anna Fensel, Contributing Supervisor: Dr. Ioan Toma
  14. SCAI - Semantic Communication Architecture Innsbruck

    Dieter Fensel. Ioan Toma, Andreea Gagiu, Iker Larizgoitia, Brigit Leiter, and Ioannis Stavrakantonakis

    This presentation is about SCAI - Semantic Communication Architecture Innsbruck. SCAI is a reference architecture for a semantic engagement engine applicable to various domains and tasks. The core of its efficiency and flexibility is its separation of concern and the proper separation and alignment of form and substance.

  15. schema.org plugins for CMS systems

    MARIUS MÖSSMER
  16. Semantic Engagement

    Dieter Fensel, Andreea Gagiu, Birgit Leiter, and Andreas Thalhammer

    This presentation introduces the notion of semantic engagement. It illustrates four different ways semantics can be used for effective and efficient on-line communication. First, we discuss semantic analysis of communication items based on 'classical' semantic, such as natural language processing. Second, we look at semantics as a channel, viewing Linked Open Data vocabularies not only as terminological assets but as communication channels. Third, semantics provide the methodologies and tools for content modeling by means of ontologies. Finally, semantics through semantic matchmaking enable semi-automatic assignment and distribution of content to channels and vice-versa.

  17. Social Media Monitoring

    Dieter Fensel, Birgit Leiter, Ioannis Stavrakantonakis

    In this presentation we present concepts and tools for continuous systematic observation and analysis of social media networks and social communities. We discuss what social media monitoring is, why it is needed, what media channels can be monitored. We then advance to core features of monitoring solutions in terms of concepts implemented, technologies and user interfaces provided and describe and analyze social media monitoring tools available in the market.

  18. Touristic Intelligence Tirol (TiTi)

    Dieter Fensel, Andreas Lackner, Christian Maurer, Bernhard Rieder, Zaenal Akbar, Anna Fensel, José María García, Birgit Leiter, Nelia Lasierra, Ioannis Stavrakantonakis, Ioan Toma, Serge Tymaniuk
  19. Wordpress access to Google+

    J. M. Garcia

Further Presentations

  1. A Candidate Dataset Discovery and Linkage Recommendation System for Linked Data

    Michael Luger
  2. A semantic model of selective dissemination of information for digital libraries

    Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu
  3. A semantic publish/subscribe system for selective dissemination of the RSS documents

    Andreas Thalhammer
  4. Act-On

    Anna Fensel

    Marketing Automation & Email Marketing Software

  5. Advanced User Agent vClean

    Nelia Lasierra
  6. AlpineBits

    Fabian Gasser
  7. An approach for evaluation of social media monitoring tools

    Andreea-Elena Gagiu
  8. Analytics Social Data Hub

    Andreas Thalhammer
  9. Apache Lucene

    Ioan Toma
  10. Apache Stanbol

    Iker Larizgoitia
  11. Big Machine Learning

    Corneliu Valentin Stanciu
  12. Bottlenose

    Carmen Brenner
  13. Bowi

    Andreea-Elena Gagiu
  14. Brandmaker

    Anna Fensel
  15. ClickBank

    Anton Evangelatov
  16. Codrops

    Martí Cuquet
  17. Collusion

    Andreea-Elena Gagiu
  18. Definition of criteria for impact analysis

    Christoph Fuchs
  19. Deployment of RDFa, Microdata and Microformats

    Serge Tymaniuk
  20. DGInet

    Norbert Lanzanasto
  21. Die On-line Präsenz des Tourismusverbands Innsbruck und seine Feriendörfer

    STI Innsbruck
  22. Digital Globe

    Anna Fensel
  23. Digsitevalue

    Anna Fensel
  24. Drupal Rules

    Zaenal Akbar
  25. Dynamic Broadcasting (news, RSS, Twitter, Email, Email-lists, chat, blog)

    Carmen Brenner
  26. Efficient Cardinality Estimation using HyperLogLog

    Christian Junker
  27. ELIZA

    B. Juen

    Presentation on the chatter-bot ELIZA.

  28. Empire Avenue

    Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu
  29. Empirical Evaluation of Popular Mobile Hotel Booking Apps

    Cornelia Lezuo, Sabrina B. Neururer
  30. eRevMax

    Martin Kammerlander
  31. ETIHQ – Deliverable 26.1

    Carlos Romero
  32. Eventiply

    Serge Tymaniuk
  33. Facebook Strategy for Hotel Rotes Wildschwein

    Carmen Brenner and Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  34. Facebook Usage for identification, personalization and recommendation

    Andreas Thalhammer
  35. Falconsocial

    Benjamin Klotz
  36. fanpage karma

    Carlos Romero Bretó
  37. Feratel Mapping

    Zaenal Akbar
  38. Fiksu

    José María García
  39. geovocab.org

    Elias Kärle
  40. Giata.de

    Ioan Toma
  41. Google Analytics

    Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu
  42. Google Analytics Features for Social Media Monitoring

    Zaenal Akbar

  43. Google Data Highlighter

    Venislav Georgiev
  44. Google Knowledge Graph

    Ioan Toma
  45. Google Markup Helper

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  46. Google Now

    Bernhard Weber
  47. Google Online Reviews

    Anna Fensel
  48. Google Rich Snippets

    Michael Fried
  49. Group Communication

    Andreea-Elena Gagiu
  50. GuestCentric

    Serge Tymaniuk
  51. Highly Scalable Architectures

    Benjamin Hiltpolt
  52. How to annotate content in Wordpress

    Martin Kammerlander
  53. How to make E-mails cool again: Using Schema.org in Emails

    Umutcan Şimşek
  54. How to put an annotation in HTML with ITS2.0

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  55. HTML Data Guide

    Alex Oberhauser
  56. HubSpot

    Corneliu Stanciu
  57. HubSpot

    Corneliu Stanciu
  58. Hydra

    Marius Mössmer
  59. IBM Watson

    Corneliu Stanciu
  60. IFTTT

    Anton Evangelatov
  61. Impact Analysis of Online Dissemination Activities

    Serge Tymaniuk
  62. Impact of german football training camps

    Martin Schnitzer
  63. Implementation and benchmarking of a recommendation system on the basis of Linked Open Data

    Matthias Pressnig
  64. Inbooma

    Benjamin Klotz
  65. Inntopia

    Matthias Pressnig
  66. JSON-LD

    Benjamin Hiltpolt
  67. Klout

    Michael Fried
  68. Linked Data Integration Framework

    Andreea-Elena Gagiu
  69. Linz Open Data

    Andreas Thalhammer
  70. Lixto

    Christoph Fuchs
  71. Locu

    García José María
  72. LOD Vocabularies

    Stefan Thaler
  73. LOD2 stack

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  74. Managing semantic content for the web

    Alex Oberhauser
  75. Manova

    Carlos Romero Breto
  76. Media meets semantic web - How the BBC uses DBpedia and linked data to make connections

    Michael Fried
  77. MediaMetrix

    Simon Hangl
  78. MediaWiki vs. Confluence

    Matthias Pressnig
  79. Microsoft Cortana

    Evgeni Bykarskij
  80. MongoDB

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  81. MPulso

    Patrick Pixner
  82. Multi-platform mobile service creation for businesses

    Elias Kärle
  83. MyOwnID

    Anna Fensel
  84. Nativy

    Christoph Fuchs
  85. Ncm.at

    Serge Tymaniuk
  86. NLP Interchange Format

    José M. García
  87. ODS, EDF, EAV & GlobalTypes

    Christoph Fuchs
  88. Olery

    Birgit Leiter
  89. OMP Group

    Matthias Pressnig
  90. Online Presence of Tourismusverband Innsbruck

    STI Innsbruck
  91. Ontowebber: Model-driven ontology-based web site management

    Thomas Bauereiss
  92. Open Web Analytics

    Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu
  93. OpenCorporates

    Carmen Brenner
  94. OpenTable

    Wilhelm Glaetzle
  95. OpenTravel.com

    Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu
  96. OTDS, EDF, GlobalTypes

    Christoph Fuchs
  97. OWL2RL

    Zaenal Akbar
  98. Peakwork

    Corneliu-Valentin Stanciu
  99. PeerIndex

    Birgit Leiter
  100. Pinterest

    Serge Tymaniuk
  101. Piwik

    Christoph Fuchs
  102. Pixmeaway

    Birgit Leiter
  103. PlanetData D2.7 Recommendations for contextual data publishing

    Ioan Toma
  104. Plista

    Birgit Leiter
  105. PPME - Promotion, Programmierung, Media Solutions und Events

    Andreas Thalhammer
  106. Prezi.com

    Iker Larizgoitia
  107. Produce and consume linked data with Drupal

    Ioan Toma
  108. Proof-of-Concept Evaluation for Modelling Time and Space

    Zaenal Akbar

    PlanetData Deliverable 2.5

  109. Publication Rules in TVB use case

    Nelia Lasierra
  110. Radian6.com

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  111. RDF Best Practise

    Alex Oberhauser
  112. Reputation.com

    Anna Fensel
  113. Restaurant/Food ontology overview

    Anna Fensel
  114. Revinate

    Elias Kaerle
  115. Schema Creator

    Ioan Toma
  116. schema.org - actions

    Anton Evangelatov
  117. schema.org - hotels extension

    Ioan Toma
  118. Schema.org Annotation for Alpinebits.org

    Zaenal Akbar
  119. schema.org usage for hotels - An analysis based on the Web Data Commons data set

    Elias Kaerle
  120. schema.org,the hotel extension (3.1) & schema.org actions

    Elias Kärle, Umutcan Şimşek
  121. SCMS - semantifying content management systems

    Andreas Thalhammer
  122. Semanacco

    Benjamin Thürauf
  123. Semantic Technology Formats (RDFa, Microdata, RDF, SPARQL)

    Alex Oberhauser
  124. Semantic Web Conference Sites

    Alex Oberhauser
  125. SESA Competitor Analysis

    Jennifer Kaiser
  126. Sharing (Slideshare, Delicious, VideoLectures, YouTube)

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  127. Siri

    Angel Padial Madero
  128. Siri 2

    Angel Padial Madero
  129. slidewiki.aksw.org

    Dieter Fensel
  130. Social media dashboard

    Andreas Thalhammer
  131. Social Media im Tourismus

    Michael Fried
  132. Social Media Monitoring Tools enhanced by Semantic Web Technologies

    Fabian Gasser
  133. Socialhub.io

    Benjamin Hiltpolt
  134. SPARQL Service Description

    Boban Milanovic
  135. SPARQL Update

    Stefan Thaler
  136. Sprinklr

    Umutcan Şimşek
  137. Statistical Reporting in Hootsuite

    Elias Kärle
  138. Statistical reporting in Hootsuite cont’d

    Elias Kärle
  139. Storify

    Benjamin Hiltpolt
  140. SWAT.IO Social Media Management for Teams

    Martin Kammerlander, STI Innsbruck
  141. Talent.me

    Andreea-Elena Gagiu
  142. TattlerApp.com

    Alex Oberhauser
  143. The Knowledge Level: Structure and Details

    Anna Fensel
  144. The PageRank Citation Ranking: Bringing Order to the Web

    Martí Cuquet
  145. The rhizomer semantic content management system

    Ioan Toma
  146. Thematix - consultancy in semantic technology and business

    Markus Devich
  147. Think! Social Media Offer

    Birgit Leiter
  148. Tiger Pistol

    Martin Ďurček

    Social media marketing platform for small and medium businesses

  149. Tirol: Vorreiter im Tourismus durch zukunftsweisenden eTourismus

    Dieter Fensel
  150. tnooz

    Carlos Romero Bretó
  151. Tomnod

    Juan Rodriguez-Vega
  152. Toocan

    Nelia Lasierra
  153. Tor

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  154. TourComm

    Martin Kammerlander
  155. TourismLink

    Corneliu Valentin Stanciu

  156. Tourismusverband Innsbruck

    Univ.-Prof. Dr. Dieter Fensel
  157. Tourismuszukunft.de

    Matthias Pressnig
  158. Travel Audience

    Simon Hangl
  159. Travel Tainment

    Alex Oberhauser
  160. Tripbirds

    Ioannis Stavrakantonakis
  161. Tripwolf

    Alex Oberhauser
  162. TrustYou

    Ioan Toma
  163. ttr.tirol.at

    Markus Knitel
  164. Tweetdeck

    Stefan Thaler
  165. Twibes

    Carmen Brenner
  166. Twoo.com

    Daniel Pascual Senties
  167. Tyrolnavigator - Social media I'm Tourism

    Michael Fried
  168. Unister.de

    Ioan Toma
  169. Viral Heat

    Iker Larizgoitia
  170. ViralTag

    Zaenal Akbar
  171. Visit London

    Corneliu Valentiu Stanciu
  172. Vocab.CC - RDF vocabulary search and lookup

    Ioan Toma
  173. Waymate

    Anton Evangelatov
  174. Waze

    Andreas Thalhammer
  175. What IS-A Is and Isn't

    Fabian Gasser

    An Analysis of Taxonomic Links in Semantic Networks

    Based on: R. J. Brachman: What IS-A Is and Isn't: An Analysis of Taxonomic Links in Semantic Networks, IEEE Computer, 16(10), 1983

  176. What’s in a concept: structural foundations for semantic networks

    Mart´ı Cuquet
  177. WHIP

    Andreas Thalhammer
  178. WordPress

    Birgit Juen
  179. Wordpress

    Norbert Lanzanasto
  180. Wordpress Rules

    Ioan Toma
  181. Zadego

    Martin Kammerlander

Mayrhofen Annotation Presentations

  1. Annotation of Mayrhofen Regions

    Omar J. A. Holzknecht
  2. Annotation of Press releases Articles

    Johannes Strickner
  3. Annotation of Ski Areas

    Daniel Ackstaller, Jonas Stock
  4. Annotation of the TVB Mayrhofen itself

    Jakob Winder
  5. Automatic Annotation of Accommodations and Offers

    Christian Esswein, Philipp Kratzer
  6. Automatic Annotation of Events

    Zaenal Akbar
  7. Automatic Annotation of Infrastructure

    Zaenal Akbar
  8. Conceptual Study of Infrastructure in Mayrhofen

    Simon Targa, Hannes Vieder
  9. Manual Annotation of Infrastructure

    Daniel Eppacher
  10. Schema.org Generator (Editor)

    Sahin Ucar