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Smart Topic Miner shines at ISWC 2016

Last week Francesco Osborne attended the 15th edition of the International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC 2016) where he presented our work on the Smart Topic Miner (STM), the innovative application developed in collaboration with Springer Nature for automatically classifying research publications. STM was designed to classify proceedings and more in general any collection of articles […]

A new solution for classifying scholarly publications: Smart Topic Miner

The process of classifying scholarly outputs is crucial to ensure timely access to knowledge. This process is typically carried out manually by expert editors, leading to high costs and slow throughput. For these reasons, the Rexplore team, in collaboration with Springer Nature, created Smart Topic Miner (STM), a novel solution which uses semantic web technologies […]

Rexplore at ISWC 2015

Francesco Osborne attended the 14th edition of the prestigious International Semantic Web Conference where he presented the paper “Klink-2: Integrating Multiple Web Sources to Generate Semantic Topic Networks” in the highly selective research track. The paper introduced Klink-2, the new version of the Klink algorithm for the automatic generation of ontologies of research topics. Klink-2 […]

First Prize for Rexplore at ESWC Semantic Publishing Challenge

The groundbreaking Rexplore system for analysing scholarly data was awarded first prize, as Best Semantic Publishing Application, at the “Semantic Publishing Challenge”, which was held in the context of the 11th Extended Semantic Web Conference. Rexplore was chosen from a number of innovative Semantic Web applications by a jury comprising both researchers and commercial publishers. […]

KMi attends the 12th International Semantic Web Conference

Enrico Motta and Francesco Osborne presented their paper “Exploring Scholarly Data with Rexplore” (co-authored with Paul Mulholland) in the highly competitive Research Track (21% acceptance rate). Mathieu D’Aquin and Keerthi Thomas contributed to the Workshop “Society, Privacy and the Semantic Web – Policy and Technology” with the paper “Semantic Web Technologies for Social Translucence and […]