A Case Study on Linked Data Generation and Consumption

Provided by: RWTH Aachen University
Topic: Data Management
Format: PDF
The availability of large amounts of interlinked semantic data is a fundamental prerequisite of the semantic Web. At present, almost all the usable ontological data is built manually or by directly transforming certain (semi-)structured data sources into certain formats of semantic data. To solve the "Isolated data island" problem of the semantic Web caused by this situation, the linking open data initiative was launched to unite these machine readable datasets as a Web of data. In this paper, an alternative method to make a contribution to this trend is proposed.

Find By Topic