Accepted Papers

    • Long Papers

    • Sahar Aljalbout, Didier Buchs and Gilles Falquet. Introducing Contextual Reasoning to the Semantic Web with OWLC
    • Jessie Carbonnel, David Delahaye, Marianne Huchard and Clémentine Nebut. Efficacy of graph-based variability modelling: towards a classification of existing formalisms
    • Ahmed El Amine Djebri, Andrea G. B. Tettamanzi and Fabien Gandon. Publishing Uncertainty on the Semantic Web: Blurring the LOD bubbles
    • Maximilian Felde and Tom Hanika. Formal Context Generation using Dirichlet Distributions
    • Marcel Gehrke, Tanya Braun and Ralf Möller. Lifted Temporal Most Probable Explanation
    • Fatma Ghorbel, Fayçal Hamdi and Elisabeth Métais. Temporal Relations between Imprecise Time Intervals: Representation and Reasoning
    • Tom Hanika, Maren Koyda and Gerd Stumme. Relevant Attributes in Formal Contexts
    • An La and Phuong Vo. Adaptive Collaborative Filtering forRecommender System
    • Ian Oliver, John Howse, Gem Stapleton, Zohreh Shams and Mateja Jamnik. Exploring and Conceptualizing Attestation
    • Simon Polovina, Mark von Rosing and Georg Etzel. Enhancing Layered Enterprise Architecture Development through Conceptual Structures
    • Qudamah Quboa. Ontology-informed Lattice Reduction Using the Discrimination Power Index
    • Justine Reynaud, Yannick Toussaint and Amedeo Napoli. Redescription mining for learning definitions and disjointness axioms in Linked Open Data
    • Ants Torim, Marko Mets and Kristo Raun. Covering Concept Lattices with Concept Chains
    • Nourelhouda Zerarka, Saoussen Bel Hadj Kacem and Moncef Tagina. The compositional rule of inference under the composition max-product
    • Short Papers

    • Raji Ghawi and Jürgen Pfeffer. Mining Social Networks from Linked Open Data
    • Tatiana Makhalova, Dmitry Ilvovsky and Boris Galitsky. Navigate and Refine: IR Chatbot based on Conceptual Models
    • Uta Priss and L John Old. Semiotic-Conceptual Analysis of a Lexical Field
    • Uta Priss. Applying Semiotic-Conceptual Analysis to Mathematical Language
    • Anna Serr, Moritz Schubert and Dominik Endres. Mathematical similarity models: Do we need incomparability to be precise?
    • Viorica Varga, Camelia Florina Andor and Christian Sacarea. Conceptual Graphs Based Modeling of MongoDB Data Structure and Query