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USEWOD 2013 log data set release and 2nd CfP - ESWC Workshop on Usage Analysis and the Web of Data (USEWOD 2013)

From: Markus Luczak-Rösch <markus.luczak-roesch@fu-berlin.de>
Date: Wed, 20 Feb 2013 11:50:06 +0100
To: <public-lod@w3.org>, <semantic-web@w3.org>
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Dear list members,

we are delighted to announce the release of the 2013 edition of the USEWOD
challenge data set. As a major improvement compared to former editions this
release now contains logs from three bio-medical-related services
(BioPortal, Bio2RDF and Open-BioMed.org.uk). We are happy that also new logs
of DBpedia and Semantic Web Dogfood are part of the USEWOD data set.

Please proceed to http://data.semanticweb.org/usewod/2013/challenge.html and
participate in the challenge by submitting your analysis and findings to
USEWOD 2013 conforming to the submission guidelines introduced in the call
for papers below and on the Web site. The Web site also contains information
about how to get access to the USEWOD data set.

Apologies for cross-posting.

=============== Second Call for Papers and Data Challenge =============== 


Workshop at ESWC 2013 - Montpellier, France, 26 May 2013 

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Release of Challenge Data and New Deadlines

We have just released the new USEWOD2013 Challenge Dataset, which includes
server log files from several LOD services (most prominently DBpedia, now 
including new data from version 3.8), as well as additional logs from two 
SPARQL endpoints from the biomedical domain.
More info at http://data.semanticweb.org/usewod/2013/challenge.html

To give researchers enough time to work with the challenge date, we have 
pushed back the submission deadlines by two weeks.

The purpose of this workshop is to investigate new developments concerning
the synergy between semantics and semantic-web technology on the one hand,
and the analysis and mining of usage data on the other hand. Semantics can
be used to enhance the analysis of usage data. Usage data analysis can
enhance semantic resources as well as Semantic Web applications. 

The emerging Web of Data demands a re-evaluation of existing evaluation
techniques: the Linked Data community is recognizing that it needs to move
"beyond triple counts". Usage analysis is a key method for the evaluation of
a datasets and applications. New ways of accessing information enabled by
the Web of Data requires the development or adaptation of algorithms,
methods, and techniques to analyze and interpret the usage of Web data
instead of Web pages. The results can provide fine-grained insights into how
semantic datasets and applications are being accessed and used by both
humans and machines - insights that are needed for optimising the design and
ultimately ensuring the success of semantic resources. 

Data Challenge 
In addition to regular papers, USEWOD2013 includes a data challenge. We have
released a dataset of usage data (server log files) from Linked Open Data
sources. This year's challenge data increases the amount of logs available
DBpedia and Semantic Web Dog Food (SWDF), and adds a new focus on the
domain, by adding SPARQL endpoint logs from bioportal.bioontology.org (one
the most actively used terminology services in the biomedical domain, and 
well-known beyond the borders of the Computer Science research community)
open-biomed.org.uk. This adds a schema level perspective to the USEWOD
dataset, enabling new kinds of analysis. 
Participants are invited to present interesting analyses, applications, 
alignments, etc. for these datasets, and to submit their findings as a Data 
Challenge paper. For the best challenge submissions we will pursue
a journal special issue on studies exploiting the USEWOD dataset.
There is also a challenge prize for the best challenge paper!

Topics of interest 
USEWOD2013 welcomes all research that combines usage data and the web of
data, for instance work on: 
* Analysis and mining of usage logs of semantic resources and applications. 
* Inferring semantic information from usage logs. 
* Methods and tools for semantic analysis of usage logs. 
* Representing and enriching usage logs with semantic information. 
* Usage-based evaluation methods and frameworks; gold standards for
evaluation of web applications. 
* Specifics and semantics of logs for content-consumption and
* Using semantics for recommendation, personalization and adaptation. 
* Usage-based recommendation, personalization and adaptation of semantic web
* Exploiting usage logs for semantic search. 
* Data sharing, privacy, and privacy-protecting policies and techniques. 

Important dates 
* Paper submission deadline: 22 March 2013
* Workshop and Prize for USEWOD Challenge: 26 May 2013 

The page limit for regular as well as challenge papers is 8 pages, but we
also welcome shorter contributions. Papers should be formatted in ACM format
(http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates). Visit
http://data.semanticweb.org/usewod/2013/ for submission information or
directly go to https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=usewod2013 for
submitting your manuscripts.

Workshop chairs 
* David Vallet, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid, Spain 
* Knud Moeller, Datalysator, Berlin, Germany
* Markus Luczak-Roesch, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany 
* Laura Hollink, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands 
* Bettina Berendt, KU Leuven, Belgium 
---> Please contact us at usewod-chairs@googlegroups.com

Program committee 
See the workshop web page: http://data.semanticweb.org/usewod/2013/

Dipl.-Inform. Markus Luczak-Rösch  | Freie Universität Berlin
Lecturer/Research Associate        | Dept. of Computer Science
www.markus-luczak.de               | Königin-Luise-Str. 24/26
                                   | D-14195 Berlin
Networked Information Systems WG   | Phone: +49 30 838 75226
                                   | luczak@inf.fu-berlin.de
www.ag-nbi.de                      | Skype: markus_luczak
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