UserSWeb 2005
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Programme for the workshop

Time Presenter(s) Contribution
9:05 MoRe semantic web applications Maksym Korotkiy & Jan L. Top
9:25 Ontology-based info extraction for market monitoring Diana Maynard, Milena Yankova, Alexandros Kourakis & Antonis Kokossis
9:40 Building semantic web applications as information/knowledge sharing systems Hideaki Takeda & Ikki Ohmukai
10:00 The table metaphor: A representation of a class and its instances Jan Henke
10:35 Cofee break
11:00 Annotea and Semantic Web Supported Collaboration Marja-Riitta Koivunen (invited talk)
11:50 Semantic navigation with VIeWs Paul Buitelaar, Thomas Eigner & Stefania Racioppa
12:05 Ontology mapping with domain specific agents in AQUA Miklos Nagy, Maria Vargas-Vera & Enrico Motta
12:40 Lunch break
14:00 Semantically correct Visio Christian Fillies, Frauke Weichhardt & Bob Smith
14:15 User profiling for interest-focused browsing history Miha Grcar, Dunja Mladenic & Marko Grobelnik
14:35 Towards overcoming limitations of community portals Anna V. Zhdanova
14:50 Web usage driven adaptation of the semantic web Alexander Mikroyannidis & Babis Theodoulidis
15:30 Coffee break
16:00 Supporting user tasks and context: Challenges for Semantic Web research Tom Heath, Martin Dzbor & Enrico Motta
16:20 Applying collaborative filtering to corporate data Miha Grcar, Dunja Mladenic & Marko Grobelnik
16:35 Information delivery for the end user of the semantic web Krzysztof Wecel & Anna V. Zhdanova
16:50 Web mining for user-centered semantic web Junichiro Mori, Yutaka Matsuo, Koichi Hashida & Mitsuru Ishizuka

  We are acknowledging support from KnowledgeWeb and Advanced Knowledge Technologies (AKT). KnowledgeWeb is an European IST Framework VI Network of Excellence (grant no. FP6-507482), and AKT is an Interdisciplinary Research Collaboration (IRC) sponsored by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council in the United Kingdom by grant no. GR/N15764/01.
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