When: Friday, December 30, 2011 10:30 PM-11:00 PM. (UTC-08:00) Pacific Time (US & Canada)
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We intend to have an open discussion on any topic relevant to the general subject of uncertainty in the Semantic Web (including fuzzy theory, probability theory, and other approaches). Therefore, the following list should be just an initial guide.
– Syntax and semantics for extensions to Semantic Web languages to enable representation of uncertainty;
– Logical formalisms to support uncertainty in Semantic Web languages;
– Probability theory as a means of assessing the likelihood that terms in different ontologies refer to the same or similar concepts;
– Architectures for applying plausible reasoning to the problem of ontology mapping;
– Using fuzzy approaches to deal with imprecise concepts within ontologies;
– The concept of a probabilistic ontology and its relevance to the Semantic Web;
– Best practices for representing uncertain, incomplete, ambiguous, or controversial information in the Semantic Web;
– The role of uncertainty as it relates to Web services;
– Interface protocols with support for uncertainty as a means to improve interoperability among Web services;
– Uncertainty reasoning techniques applied to trust issues in the Semantic Web;
– Existing implementations of uncertainty reasoning tools in the context of the Semantic Web;
– Issues and techniques for integrating tools for representing and reasoning with uncertainty;
– The future of uncertainty reasoning for the Semantic Web.
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