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Introduction to the 1st International Web Observatory Workshop WOW2013 held May 14th 2013 in conjunction with the 22nd International World Wide Web Conference , Rio de …

Introduction to the 1st International Web Observatory Workshop WOW2013 held May 14th 2013 in conjunction with the 22nd International World Wide Web Conference , Rio de Janeiro.
http://wow.oerc.ox.ac.uk/

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  • 1. David De RoureWolfgang Nejdl1st International Web Observatory WorkshopWOW2013May 14th 2013, held in conjunction with the22nd International World Wide Web ConferenceRio de Janeirohttp://wow.oerc.ox.ac.uk/
  • 2. Web as lensWeb as artefact
  • 3. Since WWW2012• Web Observatory Panel at Web Science day ofWWW2012, Lyon• WSTnet workshop, Web Sci 2012, Chicago (also otherlocations)• Web Observatory workshop at Microsoft FacultySummit, Seattle• W3C community group F2F, ISWC, Boston (andteleconference series starting April 2013)• Building Web Obs workshop, Web Sci 2013, Paris• WOW2013 at WWW2013, Rio
  • 4. QueryPlug and PlayanalyticsSubscribeAnatomy of an observatoryongoing collection“Non-Consumptive Research”
  • 5. Plug and playobservatoriesTechnicalandbusinessinterface
  • 6. KnowledgeInfrastructureKnowledgeObjectsDescriptivelayerObservatoriesAnnotation
  • 7. First phase - Information sharingSecond phase – Best practice guidelineshttp://www.w3.org/community/webobservatory/
  • 8. DiscussionWhat’s in thebox?What does theweb page looklike forobservatoriesjoining?
  • 9. Keynote: Prof. Dr. Steffen Staab "The Challenges of Building InteroperableWeb Observatories”Building Web Observatories [Functional aspects, architectures andbest practices]• Building a Multimedia Web Observatory Platform• Social and Semantic Driven Web Harvesting• The Southampton University Web Observatory• Trajectories through Social MachinesPresentations and Panel: Linking Web Observatories [Interoperabilitychallenges and guidelines]• Building Semantically-Enriched Web Observatories• Interoperability of Social Media Observatories• Some Considerations for a Web Observatory• Observing Observatories: Web Observatories should use Linked DataBuilding Web Observatories Workshop at WebSci 2013https://sites.google.com/site/bwebobs13/
  • 10. Keynote: Prof Nigel Shadbolt “Challenges in Social Machines”• Social Machines: A Unified Paradigm to Describe Social Web-OrientedSystemsUnderstanding Social Machines• Towards a Classification Framework for Social Machines• Observing Social Machines Part 1: Understanding the Development ofSocial Machines• The HTP Model: Understanding the Development of Social MachinesBuilding Social Machines• A Few Thoughts on Engineering Social Machines• Linked Data in Crowdsourcing Purposive Social Network• "The Crowd Keeps Me In Shape": Social Psychology and the Presentand Future of Health Social MachinesPrivacy and Information Sensitivity• Crime Applications and Social Machines: Crowdsourcing Sensitive Data• Pseudonymity in Social MachinesTheory and Practice of Social Machines at WWW2013http://sociam.org/www2013/
  • 11. 13:00-14:30 OBSERVATORY CASE STUDIES* Karissa Mckelvey and Filippo Menczer. Design and Prototyping of a SocialMedia Observatory* Jérôme Kunegis. KONECT – The Koblenz Network CollectionMarie Joan Kristine Gloria, Deborah L. McGuinness, Joanne S. Luciano andQingpeng Zhang.Exploration in Web Science: Instruments for WebObservatories15:00-16:30 USING OBSERVATORIES* Nattiya Kanhabua and Wolfgang Nejdl. Understanding the Diversity ofTweets in the Time of OutbreaksRamine Tinati, Thanassis Tiropanis and Leslie Carr. An Approach for UsingWikipedia to Measure the Flow of Trends across CountriesIonut Trestian, Chunjing Xiao and Aleksandar Kuzmanovic. A Glance at anOverlooked Part of the World Wide WebShort introductions of other observatory activities represented in the roomWOW2013 Web Observatory Workshop at WWW2013
  • 12. 17:00-18:30 KEYNOTE AND OBSERVATORY ENGINEERINGKeynote: Prof Ramesh Jain "Observing Personal and Societal Health usingEventShop”Patrice Seyed, Tim Lebo, Evan Patton, James Mccusker and DeborahMcGuinness.SemantEco: A Next-Generation Web ObservatoryErnesto Diaz-Aviles. Living Analytics Methods for the Web Observatory18:30-20:00 OBSERVATORY ECOSYSTEM* Paul Booth, Paul Gaskell and Christopher Hughes. The Economics ofData: Quality, Value & Exchange in Web ObservatoriesIan Brown, Wendy Hall and Lisa Harris. From search to observationDiscussion of the future Web Observatory R&D agendaWOW2013 Web Observatory Workshop at WWW2013http://wow.oerc.ox.ac.uk/
  • 13. Thanks toeverybody!

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