Presentations

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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
  • J. M. Garcia

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