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Papers in this group tagged with "linked data"

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  1. Linked Data sources on the Web use a wide range of different vocabularies to represent data describing the same type of entity. For some types of entities, like people or bibliographic record, common vocabularies have emerged that are used by…
  2. In this paper, we present the design and first results of the Dynamic Linked Data Observatory: a long-term experiment to monitor the two-hop neighbourhood of a core set of eighty thousand diverse Linked Data documents on a weekly basis. We present…
  3. With increased dependence on efficient use and inclusion of diverse corporate and Web based data sources for business information analysis, financial information providers will increasingly need agile information integration capabilities. Linked…
  4. Linked Data sources on the Web use a wide range of different vocabularies to represent data describing the same type of entity. For some types of entities, like people or bibliographic record, common vocabularies have emerged that are used by…
  5. This paper briefly describes the components of theARCOMEMarchitecture concerned with the extraction, enrichment, consolidation and dynamics analysis of entities, topics and events, deploying text mining, NLP, and semantic data integration…
  6. The growth in multimedia production has increased the size of audiovisual repositories, and has also led to the formation of increasingly large metadata collections about these contents. Deciding how these collections are effectively represented is…
  7. The availability of large collections of linked data that can be accessed through public services and search endpoints requires methods and techniques for reducing the data complexity and providing high-level views of data contents defined according…
  8. Linked data interlinking is the discovery of every owl:sameAs links between given data sources. An owl:sameAs link declares the homogeneous relation between two instances that co-refer to the same real-world object. Traditional methods compare two…
  9. Co-references are traditionally used when integrating data from different datasets. This approach has various benefits such as fault tolerance, ease of integration and traceability of provenance; however, it often results in the problem of entity…
  10. As part of the Linking Open Data initiative many (community) platforms have made their data freely available in recent years. In these systems valuable information from the music domain can be found. We use this data for contentbased music…
  11. Now that a huge amount of data is available in the Linked Data Cloud, providing techniques for its effective exploration is becoming more and more important. In this paper, we propose aggregation and abstraction techniques for thematic exploration…
  12. As a part of LOD2 project we developed several extensions for Google Refine - a simple, yet very powerful open-source tool for working with messy data, to make LOD a first-class citizen in this tool, which is currently tightly coupled with Freebase…
  13. In recent years, strategies for Linked Data consumption have caught attention in Semantic Web research. For direct consumption by users, Linked Data mashups, interfaces, and visualizations have become a popular research area. Many approaches in this…
  14. With respect to large-scale, static, Linked Data corpora, in this paper we discuss scalable and distributed methods for entity consolidation (aka. smushing, entity resolution, object consolidation, etc.) to locate and process names that signify the…
  15. With today’s public data sets containing billions of data items, more and more companies are looking to integrate external data with their traditional enterprise data to improve business intelligence analysis. These distributed data sources however…
  16. Novel research in the field of Linked Data focuses on the problem of entity summarization. This field addresses the problem of ranking features according to their importance for the task of identifying a particular entity. Next to a more human…
  17. Linked Data sources on the Web use a wide range of differ- ent vocabularies to represent data describing the same type of entity. For some types of entities, like people or biblio- graphic record, common vocabularies have emerged that are used by…
  18. The traditional World Wide Web (WWW) is built upon a set of documents which are interconnected through the use of hypertext links. Those documents are written in HTML, a language used to layout information for human consumption. However, web…
  19. There has been a recent, tangible growth in RDF published on the Web in accordance with the Linked Data principles and best practices, the result of which has been dubbed the “Web of Data”. Linked Data guidelines are designed to facilitate ad hoc…