Decentralization and Linked Data: Open Review for DeSemWeb2017 at ISWC2017

A recent email from the organizers of DeSemWeb2017 reads:

Below are 14 contributions on the topic of decentralization and Linked Data. These were shared in reply to the call for contributions of DeSemWeb2017, an ISWC2017 workshop on Decentralizing the Semantic Web.

We invite everyone to add open reviews to any of these contributions. This ensures fair feedback and transparency of the process.

Semantic Web in the Fog of Browsers by Pascal Molli, Hala Skaf-Molli

Decentralizing the Semantic Web: Who will pay to realize it? by Tobias Grubenmann, Daniele Dell’Aglio, Abraham Bernstein, Dmitry Moor, Sven Seuken

On a Web of Data Streams by Daniele Dell’Aglio, Danh Le Phuoc, Anh Le-Tuan, Muhammad Intizar Ali, Jean-Paul Calbimonte

Towards VoIS: a Vocabulary of Interlinked Streams by Yehia Abo Sedira, Riccardo Tommasini, Emanuele Della Valle

Agent Server: Semantic Agent for Linked Data by Teofilo Chambilla, Claudio Gutierrez

The tripscore Linked Data client: calculating specific summaries over large time series by David Chaves Fraga, Julian Rojas, Pieter-Jan Vandenberghe, Pieter Colpaer, Oscar Corcho

Agreements in a De-Centralized Linked Data Based Messaging System by Florian Kleedorfer, Heiko Friedrich, Christian Huemer

Specifying and Executing User Agent Behaviour with Condition-Action Rules by Andreas Harth, Tobias Käfer

VisGraph^3: a web tool for RDF visualization and creation by Dominik Tomaszuk, Przemysław Truchan

Identity and Blockchain by Joachim Lohkamp, Eugeniu Rusu, Fabian Kirstein

LinkChains: Exploring the space of decentralised trustworthy Linked Data by Allan Third and John Domingue

Decentralizing the Persistence and Querying of RDF Datasets Through Browser-Based Technologies by Blake Regalia

Attaching Semantic Metadata to Cryptocurrency Transactions by Luis-Daniel Ibáñez, Huw Fryer, Elena Simperl

Storage Balancing in P2P Based Distributed RDF Data Stores by Maximiliano Osorio, Carlos Buil-Aranda

Full list: About the workshop:

You and I know that “peer review” as practiced by pay-per-view journals is nearly useless.

Here, instead of an insider group of mutually supportive colleagues, there is the potential for non-insiders to participate.

Key word is “potential.” It won’t be more than “potential” to participate unless you step up to offer a review.


Further questions?

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