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2014
R. H. Warren and Evans, D., From the Trenches - API Issues in Linked Geo Data, in Linking Geospatial Data Workshop, London, UK, 2014.
J. Schaible, Gottron, T., and Scherp, A., Survey on common strategies of vocabulary reuse in linked open data modeling, in The Semantic Web: Trends and Challenges, Springer, 2014, pp. 457–472.
R. Warren and Evans, D., Translating Maps and Coordinates from the Great War, in Proceedings of the Terra Cognita Workshop at ISWC 2014, Riva Del Garda, IT, 2014.
2013
M. Doerr and Hiebel, G., CRMgeo: Linking the CIDOC CRM to GeoSPARQL through a Spatiotemporal Refinement, 2013.
S. Brown and Simpson, J., The curious identity of Michael Field and its implications for humanities research with the semantic web, in Big Data, 2013 IEEE International Conference on, 2013.
A. Dean-Hall and Warren, R. H., Sex, Privary and Ontologies, in Workshop on Search and Exploration of X-Rated Information ({SEXI} 2013), in proceedings of Sixth ACM International Conference on Web Search and Data Mining ({WSDM} 2013), Rome, Italy, 2013.
2012
R. H. Warren, Creating specialized ontologies using Wikipedia: The Muninn Experience, in Proceedings of Wikipedia Academy: Research and Free Knowledge. (WPAC2012), Berlin, Germany, 2012.
T. Gherasim, Berio, G., Harzallah, M., and Kuntz, P., Problems impacting the quality of automatically built ontologies, Proceedings of Knowledge Engineering and Software Engineering, vol. 949, 2012.
T. Gherasim, Berio, G., Harzallah, M., and Kuntz, P., Problems impacting the quality of automatically built ontologies, Proceedings of Knowledge Engineering and Software Engineering, vol. 949, 2012.
1998
C. Benjamin Rivera and Cercone, N., Hermes: Natural Language Access to a Medical Database, Department of Computer Science, University of Regina, Regina, 1998.
C. J. Mugnier, The Kingdom of Belgium, PHOTOGRAMMETRIC ENGINEERING & REMOTE SENSING, pp. 956-957, 1998.
1920
E. M. Jack, Report on survey on the Western Front 1914-1918. London: His Majesty's Stationery Office, 1920, p. 200.