Mila Runnwerth

Mila Runnwerth

Master of Science

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Introduction
Mila Runnwerth currently works as a UI/UX designer in the public sector where her mission is to develop accessible and user-friendly products and services for the public and the administration.

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Ten years ago, the Mathematics Subject Classification MSC 2010 was released, and a corresponding machine-readable Linked Open Data collection was published using the Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS). Now, the new MSC 2020 is out. This paper recaps the last ten years of working on machine-readable MSC data and presents the new machine-rea...
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Ten years ago, the Mathematics Subject Classification MSC 2010 was released, and a corresponding machine-readable Linked Open Data collection was published using the Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS). Now, the new MSC 2020 is out. This paper recaps the last ten years of working on machine-readable MSC data and presents the new machine-rea...
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The paper describes the creation of a vocabulary for a domain-specific information service platform (SIS move) by vocabulary re-use and linking. Source vocabularies differ with respect to several factors (domain-specificity, accessibility, data model). We address why vocabularies should be considered for a domain-specific vocabulary and how they ar...
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The Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG) provides machine-actionable access to scholarly literature that habitually is written in prose. Following the FAIR principles, the ORKG makes traditional, human-coded knowledge findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable in a structured manner in accordance with the Linked Open Data paradigm. At the mo...
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The Open Research Knowledge Graph (ORKG) provides machine-actionable access to scholarly literature that habitually is written in prose. Following the FAIR principles, the ORKG makes traditional, human-coded knowledge findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable in a structured manner in accordance with the Linked Open Data paradigm. At the mo...
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The German National Library for Science and Technology (TIB) seizes the opportunity of an epochal change into the Digital Age, inter alia, by maintaining a prestigious research department covering the areas data science & digital libraries, visual analytics, scientific data management, knowledge infrastructures, learning & skill analytics, open sci...
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Digital objects as well as real-world entities are commonly referred to in literature or on the Web by mentioning their name, linking to their website or citing unique identifiers, such as DOI and ORCID, which are backed by a set of meta information. All of these methods have severe disadvantages and are not always suitable though: They are not ver...
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Software has long been established as an essential aspect of the scientific process in mathematics and other disciplines. However, reliably referencing software in scientific publications is still challenging for various reasons. A crucial factor is that software dynamics with temporal versions or states are difficult to capture over time. We propo...
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The Web is our primary source of all kinds of information today. This includes information about software as well as associated materials, like source code, documentation, related publications and change logs. Such data is of particular importance in research in order to conduct, comprehend and reconstruct scientific experiments that involve softwa...
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Scientific videos often are supplementary material to otherwise published research material or contain additional material on their own. Especially in the mathematical context there are four main categories of accompanying media: (1) visual demonstrations of numerical simulations, (2) video recordings of conference talks, (3) video abstracts for jo...
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To this day, data-driven science is a widely accepted concept in the digital library (DL) context (Hey et al. in The fourth paradigm: data-intensive scientific discovery. Microsoft Research, 2009). In the same way, domain knowledge from information visualization, visual analytics, and exploratory search has found its way into the DL workflow. This...

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