PlanetData co-chairs the 10th Semantic Web Challenge

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Following the success of last years event, PlanetData partner from KIT, Andreas Harth, co-chairs again this event together with Diana Maynard, University of Sheffield. The challenge will take place at the 11th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC2012) from November 11-15, 2012 in Boston, USA.

As in previous years, the Semantic Web Challenge will consist of two tracks: the Open Track and the Billion Triples Track. The key difference between the two tracks is that the Billion Triples Track requires the participants to make use of the data set that has been crawled from the Web and is provided by the organizers. The Open Track has no such restrictions. The Challenge is open to everyone from industry and academia. The authors of the best applications will be awarded prizes and featured prominently at special sessions during the conference.

Submissions are now invited for the 10th Semantic Web Challenge, the premier event for demonstrating practical progress towards achieving the vision of the Semantic Web. For further info about the event please visit this link.