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Upcoming W3C Workshop on Web Standardization for Graph Data, 4-6 March 2019

From: xueyuan <xueyuan@w3.org>
Date: Mon, 15 Oct 2018 21:57:14 +0800
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W3C is pleased to call for participation in:

    W3C Workshop on Graph Data
    4-6 March 2019, Berlin, Germany

Our thanks to Neo4J for hosting the workshop.

This workshop brings together people with an interest in the future of 
standards relating to graph data, and its ever growing importance in 
relation to the Internet of Things, smart enterprises, smart cities, 
etc., open markets of services, and synergies with Artificial 
Intelligence and Machine Learning (AI/ML).

The scope includes:

Harmonising different perspectives on database management systems:

• The role of annotations, e.g. spatial, temporal, provenance, data 
quality, trust, etc. and opportunities for extending RDF to better 
support them;
• the relationship between RDF and other related approaches, e.g. 
Labelled Property Graphs and work by ETSI ISG CIM;
• requirements for graph query and update languages and
• requirements for rule languages for graph data.

Managing the silos, big data, AI and machine learning:

• Techniques for dealing with incomplete, uncertain and inconsistent 
• different kinds of reasoning, e.g. deductive, inductive, abductive, 
analogical, spatial, temporal, causal, social, and emotional and
• challenges for Big Data, AI/ML, and enterprise knowledge-graphs.

Scalability, security, trust, APIs and vocabulary development:

• Techniques for mapping data between vocabularies with overlapping 
semantics, as a basis for scaling across different communities;
• digital signatures for RDF and Property graphs, e.g. to verify that 
the graph hasn't been tampered with;
• what's next for remote access to data and information services;
• whether it is timely and appropriate to standardise a JavaScript API 
for Linked Data and
• how to make W3C a more attractive venue for work on vocabularies.

We aim to share experiences, use case studies, new directions and 
insights on what's needed for the next generation of Web data standards.

For more information on the workshop, please see details and submission 

With further background information at:

If you have any questions, please contact organizer Dave Raggett 

W3C Members interested in sponsoring this workshop should contact Alan 
Bird <abird@w3.org>.

This announcement follows section 8 of the W3C Process Document:

We look forward to seeing you there.
Xueyuan Jia, W3C Marketing & Communications
Received on Monday, 15 October 2018 13:57:25 UTC

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