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Deadline extension (Re: [CfP] First workshop on Squaring the circle on graphs)

From: Pierre-Antoine Champin <pierre-antoine@w3.org>
Date: Fri, 25 Jun 2021 14:49:02 +0200
To: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
Message-ID: <d0cb9db0-41e9-8444-f4b3-32ca6371622b@w3.org>
You now have until the 1st of July to submit your paper.

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On 18/06/2021 21:59, Pierre-Antoine Champin wrote:
>
> (Apologies for cross-posting)
>
>
>     2nd Call for papers
>
>
>   First workshop on Squaring the circle on graphs
>
>
>     Reconciling Property Graphs and Semantic Graphs
>
> Held at SEMANTICS 2021 EU <https://2021-eu.semantics.cc/> - 6-9 Sep 
> 2021 (Virtual / Amsterdam)
>
> |https://mosaicrown.github.io/scg2021/ 
> <https://mosaicrown.github.io/scg2021/>|
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>
>     Context and objective
>
> There is no questioning, nowadays, the importance of Knowledge Graphs, 
> for building insight from the overwhelming abundance of data produced 
> by organizations and their environment. There is much debate, on the 
> other hand, about what the best tools are to build such Knowledge 
> Graphs. Semantic Graphs, based on RDF and the principles of Linked 
> Data, rely on solid theoretical foundations for reasoning with 
> ontologies, and on IRIs and shared vocabularies for Web scale 
> interoperability. Property Graphs, as implemented in a number of 
> commercial and open-source systems, provide a flexible and intuitive 
> data model, coupled with efficient traversal-based query languages and 
> analytics tools.
>
> The goal of this workshop is to report and share experiences from 
> industry and academia, on using, comparing, and bridging the gap 
> between these two kinds of graphs. The expected outcome is a better 
> understanding of the relative strengths and weaknesses of the two 
> paradigms, and the emergence of tools and methods allowing to get the 
> best of both worlds.
>
>
>     Submission
>
>   * The workshop accepts two kinds of submissions: long papers (15
>     pages maximum, including references) and short papers (6 pages
>     maximum, including references).
>   * Submissions should follow the guidelines of the Springer LNCS
>     format
>     <https://www.springer.com/de/it-informatik/lncs/conference-proceedings-guidelines>.
>
>   * Papers have to be submitted electronically via Easychair:
>     |https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=scg2021
>     <https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=scg2021>|
>   * Submissions must be in English.
>   * Submissions are not anonymous.
>
>
>     Important dates
>
>   * Submission deadline: 2021-06-28
>   * Notification of acceptance: 2021-07-23
>   * Final paper due: 2021-09-01
>
>
>     Publications
>
> We intend to publish the accepted papers on CEUR <http://ceur-ws.org>.
>
>
>     Organizers
>
>   * Pierre-Antoine Champin (ERCIM/W3C)
>   * David Bowden (Dell Technologies)
>

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