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Executable formalisms and analyses for processes on the Web

Contact: Tobias Käfer

Project Status: completed
Project: Software Campus


The project AFAP is about the execution and the description of behaviour that involves web resources that are described according to the Linked Data principles. We evaluate approaches to describe behaviour (eg from Business Process Modelling): first, based on a theoretical analysis of the relevant web standards and REST and second, an empirical analysis of Linked Data time series. Based on the evaluation, we adapt a promising approach to suit the web architecture and build an IoT prototype using web technologies to showcase the approach's viability.

Involved Persons
Tobias Käfer


from: 1 März 2016
until: 28 Februar 2018
Funding: BMBF



Research Group

Web Science

Publications Belonging to the Project
 - book
 - incollection
 - booklet
 - proceedings
 - phdthesis
 - techreport
 - deliverable
 - manual
 - misc
 - unpublished

Sebastian R. Bader, Tobias Käfer, Lars Heling, Raphael Manke, Andreas Harth
Exposing Internet of Things Devices via REST and Linked Data Interfaces
Proceedings of the 2nd Workshop Semantic Web Technologies for the Internet of Things, CEUR-WS, Oktober, 2017

Andreas Harth, Tobias Käfer
Towards Specification and Execution of Linked Systems
Proceedings of the 28th GI-Workshop Grundlagen von DatenbankenMai, 2016

Tobias Käfer, Alexandra Wins, Maribel Acosta
Modelling and Analysing Dynamic Linked Data using RDF and SPARQL
Proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Dataset PROFIling and fEderated Search for Web Data (PROFILES) at the 16th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), CEUR-WS, Oktober, 2017

Tobias Käfer, Andreas Harth
Rule-based Programming of User Agents for Linked Data
Proceedings of the 11th International Workshop on Linked Data on the Web at the Web Conference (27th WWW), CEUR-WS, April, 2018

Tobias Käfer, Andreas Harth
Specifying, Monitoring, and Executing Workflows in Linked Data Environments
Proceedings of the 17th International Semantic Web Conference (ISWC), pages: 424-440, Springer, Oktober, 2018

Mary Ann Tan, Tabea Tietz, Oleksandra Bruns, Jonas Oppenlaender, Danilo Dessí, Harald Sack
DDB-KG: The German Bibliographic Heritage in a Knowledge Graph
In Yasunobu Sumikawa, Ryohei Ikejiri, Antoine Doucet, Eva Pfanzelter, Mohammed Hasanuzzaman, Gaël Dias, Ian Milligan, Adam Jatowt, The 6th International Workshop on Computational History (HistoInformatics2021), co-located at JCDL2021, CEUR workshop, Vol-2981, Oktober, 2021

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