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• Semantics in facts visualization • Semantic companies for cellular clients • helping instruments • functions of semantic-driven ways those themes are to be understood as in particular relating to semantic concerns. Contributions submitted to the magazine and working with semantics of knowledge could be thought of no matter if they aren't in the themes within the record. whereas the actual visual appeal of the magazine matters is just like the books from the we- recognized Springer LNCS sequence, the mode of operation is that of a magazine. Contributions might be freely submitted by means of authors and are reviewed by means of the Editorial Board. Contributions can also be invited, and however conscientiously reviewed, as within the case for matters that include prolonged models of the simplest papers from significant meetings addressing info semantics concerns. particular concerns, concentrating on a selected subject, are coordinated by means of visitor editors as soon as the suggestion for a distinct factor is permitted by way of the Editorial Board. eventually, it's also attainable magazine factor be dedicated to a unmarried text.

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