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PhD defence: Decentralized Knowledge Graphs on the Web
On Tuesday, October 4, 14:00, Christian Tovgaard Aebeloe will defend his PhD thesis in room 0.2.13, Selma Lagerlöfs Vej 300. The defence will be carried out partly online via Zoom. All interested parties are welcome. After the defence, the Department of Computer Science will host a small reception in cluster 4. Registration is not necessary.
04.10.2022 kl. 14.00 - 17.00
If you wish to attend the defence online, please send an email to Michele Albano, firstname.lastname@example.org, who will send you an invitation prior to the event.
- Please stick to the following rules to make the best of an unfortunate situation.
- Be aware that you must be muted during the entire session
- Please leave your camera off
- For questions, please use the chat function
- The defence will start at precisely 14:00. The session is open from 13:30. You are not allowed to join after the defence starts, neither during the break or examination
The increasing popularity of the Web of Data has over the past years caused a significant increase in the number of open knowledge graphs published on the Web. However, the structure of the Semantic Web today relies totally on the data providers to maintain Web services that provide efficient and scalable access to the knowledge graphs, as well as to keep the data up-to-date.
Without any monetary incentives to do so, publicly available knowledge graphs often become unavailable and outdated, making it difficult to trust the data available in the knowledge graphs. As a remedy, this thesis investigates and addresses the availability, scalability, and updatability issues with the aim of making knowledge graphs on the Web available, scalable, and updatable.