[26.06.2024] Paper accepted at Semantics 2024

The paper "Overlap and Quality Aware Query Processor for Federations of Triple Fragment Interfaces" (Tobias Zeimetz, Katja Hose, Ralf Schenkel) was accepted at the 20th International Conference on Semantic Systems (SEMANTiCS 2024).

[17.06.2024] New group member

Jens Bruchertseifer has joined the group as a researcher in the LODinG project. Welcome, Jens!

[10.06.2024] Poster accepted at Wikimania 2024

The poster "Linked Open Data in the Humanities: The LODinG Project" (by the team of the LODing project) was accepted at Wikimania 2024.

[14.04.2024] Paper accepted at the RATIO 2024 conference

The paper "ArgServices: A Microservice-Based Architecture for Argumentation Machines" (Mirko Lenz, Lorik Dumani, Ralf Schenkel, Ralph Bergmann) was accepted at the 1st International Conference on Recent Advances in Robust Argumentation Machines (RATIO-24).

[26.03.2024] Paper accepted at the LDL-2024 workshop

The paper "LODinG: Linked Open Data in the Humanities" (by the team of the LODing project) was accepted at the 9th Workshop on Linked Data in Linguistics (LDL-2024), which is co-located with LREC-COLING 2024.

[13.03.2024] Paper accepted at NAACL Findings

The paper “Tell me who you are and I tell you how you argue”: Predicting Stances and Arguments for Stakeholder Groups (Philipp Heinisch, Lorik Dumani, Philipp Cimiano, and Ralf Schenkel) has been accepted to NAACL Findings and will be presented at NAACL 2024.

[27.02.2024] Paper accepted at the BIR Workshop

The paper "Evaluating Stability of Information Needs" (Christin K. Kreutz, Philipp Schaer, and Ralf Schenkel) was accepted at the 14th International Workshop on Bibliometric-enhanced Information Retrieval (BIR 2024), which is co-located with ECIR 2024. The paper is an extended version of our JCDL 2023 poster.