Special Issue "Knowledge Graphs: State-of-the-Art and Applications"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 October 2023) | Viewed by 1830
Interests: semantic web; open data; FAIR technologies; ontologies; spatial data infrastructures; health informatics
Interests: fuzzy logic and soft computing for the representation and management of imprecision and uncertainty of textual and geographic information; volunteered geographic information user-driven quality assessment in citizen science; crowdsourced information spatiotemporal analytics; information retrieval on the web; flexible query languages for information retrieval and geographic information systems; ill-defined environmental knowledge representation and management; multisource geographic information fusion and synthesis
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It has taken more than 50 years since the inception of the relational model for a novel paradigm to gain momentum, due to the increasingly interconnected and networked nature of modern data, the need for incremental modeling of data structures, the ease of integration with the richer semantics of ontologies and the promise of explainable artificial intelligence. Knowledge graphs provide the theoretical underpinning for such data representation strategies and the link to more expressive knowledge representation formalisms. The Special Issue aims to portray the status of and outlook for this technology via both seminal contributions on its underlying techniques and a selected range of case studies.
Relevant topics include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Automatic KG definition obtained from collections of unstructured heterogeneous documents and data,
- Flexible KG querying,
- KG interactive visualization,
- KG hierarchical summarization,
- KGs and ontology integration,
- KGs and geospatial data management,
- KGs as a means to support XAI.
Dr. Fugazza Cristiano
Dr. Gloria Bordogna
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- automatic KG definition obtained from collections of unstructured heterogeneous documents and data
- flexible KG querying
- KG interactive visualization
- KG hierarchical summarization
- KGs and ontology integration
- KGs and geospatial data management
- KGs as a means to support XAI