Second Workshop on

Linking and Contextualizing

Publications and Datasets

September 12th, 2014

In conjunction with the International Conference

on Digital Libraries 2014 (DL2014)

Workshop Program and Slides

Invited talks session

Linking to and Citing Data in Non-Trivial Settings (pdf)
Andreas Rauber
Linking research data and publications: a survey of the landscape in the social sciences (ppsx)
Stefan Kramer
Data papers and their applications: Data Descriptors in Scientific Data (pdf)
Iain Hrynaszkiewicz

Full papers session: Contextualizing and Linking

Semantic Enrichment and Search with Linked Data: A Case Study on Environmental Science Literature (pdf)
Kalina Bontcheva, Johanna Kieniewicz, Stephen Andrews,THa;ts and Michael Wallis
A-posteriori provenance-enabled linking of publications and datasets via crowdsourcing (pdf)
Laura Dragan, Markus Luczak-Roesch, Bettina Berendt, Elena Simperl, Heather Packer and Luc Moreau

Full papers session: New forms of publishing

A framework supporting the shift from traditional digital publications to enhanced publications (pdf)
Alessia Bardi, Paolo Manghi
Research Infrastructure Scientific Communication Systems (pdf)
Massimiliano Assante, Leonardo Candela, Donatella Castelli, Paolo Manghi and Pasquale Pagano

Full papers session: Dataset citation

Data citation practices in the CRAWDAD wireless network data archive (pdf)
Tristan Henderson and David Kotz
A Methodology for Citing Linked Open Data Subsets (pdf)
Gianmaria Silvello
Challenges in Matching Dataset Citation Strings to Datasets in Social Science (pdf)
Brigitte Mathiak, Katarina Boland

Full-papers session: Dataset peer-review

Enabling Living Systematic Reviews and Clinical Guidelines Through Semantic Technologies (External Link)
Laura Slaughter, Christopher Friis Berntsen, Linn Brandt and Chris Mavergames
Data Without Peer: Examples of Data Peer Review in the Earth Sciences
Sarah Callaghan (pdf)
"…Growing a Global Data Publishing Culture…"
Invited speaker: Stefan Kramer with a talk on "Linking research data and publications: a survey of the landscape in the social sciences"
Accepted submissions will be published as a special issue of the D-Lib Magazine Journal
Invited speaker: Prof. Andreas Rauber with a talk on "Linking to and Citing Data in Non-Trivial Settings"
Second edition of the LCPD workshop accepted at DL2014!

For any information you may need, please contact the organizers.