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[protege-discussion] GraphSM 2014 April 20 - 24, 2014 - Chamonix, France

Kiyoshi Nitta knitta at
Mon Sep 23 19:04:23 PDT 2013



Please consider to contribute to and/or forward to the appropriate
groups the following opportunity to submit and publish original
scientific results to GraphSM 2014.

The submission deadline is November 28, 2013.

Authors of selected papers will be invited to submit extended article
versions to one of the IARIA Journals:


# ================ GraphSM 2014 Call for Papers ================


GraphSM 2014 The First International Workshop on Large-scale Graph
Storage and Management

April 20 - 24, 2014 - Chamonix, France

General page:

Call for Papers:

- regular papers

- short papers (work in progress)

- posters

- ideas

Submission page:

Submission deadline: November 28, 2013

Sponsored by IARIA,

Extended versions of selected papers will be published in IARIA

Print proceedings will be available via Curran Associates, Inc.:

Articles will be archived in the free access ThinkMind Digital

Please note the Poster and Work in Progress options.

The topics suggested by the conference can be discussed in term of
concepts, state of the art, research, standards, implementations,
running experiments, applications, and industrial case
studies. Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers,
which are not under review in any other conference or journal in the
following, but not limited to, topic areas.

All tracks are open to both research and industry contributions, in
terms of Regular papers, Posters, Work in progress,
Technical/marketing/business presentations, Demos, Tutorials, and

Before submission, please check and conform with the Editorial rules:

# GraphSM 2014 Topics (topics and submission details: see CfP on the site)

## Descripton

There exists a growing interest to gather, store and query data from
various aspects of human knowledge including geographical data; data
about various aspects of human activities like music, literature, and
sport; scientific data from biology, chemistry, astronomy and other
scientific fields; as well as data presenting the activities of
governments and other important institutions.

There is consensus that data should be presented in some form of graph
data model where simple and natural abstractions are used to represent
data as subjects and their properties described by objects, that is,
by means of nodes and edges of a graph.

A number of practical projects that allow for gathering and storing
graph data have been started. One of the most famous examples is
Linked Open Data (LOD) project that gathered more than 32 giga triples
from the areas such as media, geography, government, life sciences and
others. The language employed for the representation of data is
Resource Description Framework (RDF) which is a form of graph data

Storing and managing huge amounts of structured data represents a
problem that could be compared to the problem of querying huge amounts
of text that appeared after the advent of Internet. The differences
are in the degree of structure and semantics that data formats such
as RDF and OWL encompass comparing them to HTML.

## Topics of Interest

- graph data modeling,
- storage and management of RDF databases,
- graph database management systems,
- storage systems for triples,
- automatic distribution and replication of RDF data,
- algebra and logic of triples,
- indexing methods for graph processing,
- SPARQL query processing,
- intelligent distribution of SPARQL query processing
- map-reduce operations for graph processing,
- analysis of graph databases,
- intuitive user-interfaces for graph databases.


GraphSM Chairs
Kiyoshi Nitta, Yahoo Japan Research, Japan
Iztok Savnik, Jozef Stefan Institute, Slovenia

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