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[CfP] First workshop on Squaring the circle on graphs

From: Pierre-Antoine Champin <pierre-antoine@w3.org>
Date: Wed, 12 May 2021 19:01:29 +0200
To: Semantic Web <semantic-web@w3.org>
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(Apologies for cross-posting)


    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/>|

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    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 (provisional)

  * 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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