Accepted papers

List of accepted papers (in no particular order)

  • Arthur Brack, Anett Hoppe, Markus Stocker, Sören Auer and Ralph Ewerth. Requirements Analysis for an Open Research Knowledge Graph
  • Nolwenn Bernard, Jonathan Weber, Germain Forestier, Michel Hassenforder and Bastien Latard. Knowledge-Based Categorization of Scientific Articles for Similarity Predictions
  • Hermann Kroll, Jan-Christoph Kalo, Denis Nagel, Stephan Mennicke and Wolf-Tilo Balke. Context-Compatible Information Fusion for Scientific Knowledge Graphs
  • Tessel Bogaard, Jan Wielemaker, Laura Hollink, Lynda Hardman and Jacco van Ossenbruggen. Understanding User Behavior in Digital Libraries Using the MAGUS Session Visualization Tool
  • Mohamad Yaser Jaradeh, Markus Stocker and Sören Auer. Question Answering on Scholarly Knowledge Graphs
  • Elina Leblanc. Participatory Indexing in the Eyes of its Potential Users: An Example of a Co-design of Participatory Services in an Academic Digital Library
  • Zeynep Say, Said Fathalla, Sahar Vahdati and Sören Auer. Ontology Design for Pharmaceutical Research Outcomes
  • Martin Klein and Lyudmila Balakireva. On the Persistence of Persistent Identifiers of the Scholarly Web
  • Rasa Bocyte, Johan Oomen, Lyndon Nixon and Arno Scharl. Online News Monitoring for Enhanced Reuse of Audiovisual Archives
  • Zeljko Carevic, Dwaipayan Roy and Philipp Mayr. Characteristics of Dataset Retrieval Sessions: Experiences from a Real-life Digital Library
  • Nuno Freire, Hugo Manguinhas and Antoine Isaac. An observational study of equivalence links in cultural heritage linked data for agents
  • Ahmed Hamdi, Axel Jean-Caurant, Nicolas Sidère, Mickaël Coustaty and Antoine Doucet. Assessing and Minimizing the Impact of OCR Quality on Named Entity Recognition
  • Constantin Lehenemeier, Manuel Burghardt and Bernadette Mischka. Layout Detection and Table Recognition – Recent Challenges in Digitizing Historical Documents and Handwritten Tabular Data
  • Thanasis Vergoulis, Serafeim Chatzopoulos, Theodore Dalamagas and Christos Tryfonopoulos. VeTo: Expert Set Expansion in Academia
  • Miguel Fernandes, Joana Rodrigues and Carla Lopes. Management of research data in image format: an exploratory study on current practices
  • Miriam Baglioni, Paolo Manghi and Andrea Mannocci. Context-driven Discoverability of Research Data
  • Brenda Reyes Ayala. Correspondence as the Primary Measure of Quality for Web Archives: A Grounded Theory Study
  • Inês Koch, Cristina Ribeiro and Carla Teixeira Lopes. ArchOnto, a CIDOC-CRM-based Linked Data Model for the Portuguese Archives