The advent of the semantic web has given a new perspective to many aspects of software engineering like collaboration, representation and interoperability. For example, programmer support has been already impacted by semantic web technologies like RDF(S) or SPARQL.
Semantic web technologies and Linked Data principles are paving the way for the Web of Data, a global data space integrated using RDF(S). Linked Data relies on a stack of technologies like URIs, HTTP and RDF to empower information retrieval.
The Web of Data will have impact on fundamental software engineering topics like mining, collecting and analyzing software engineering data. Thus, this workshop aims at addressing, among others, the following questions: What is the impact of Linked Data upon software engineering data? How can the scientific and technical results around Linked Data be used in software engineering disciplines like software traceability and software interoperability?
LODSE 2013 is an exclusive forum to discuss the contributions and implications of Linked Open Data in software engineering. The aim is to initiate new research aspects in the software engineering community and bootstrap the usage of Linked Open Data principles and Semantic Web technologies in this community.
- Paper Submission: May 10, 2013
- Paper Acceptance Notification: May 30, 2013
- Camera papers due on: June 20, 2013
- Workshop: September 16-20, 2013