Christian Bizer, Kai Eckert, Robert Meusel1, Hannes Mühleisen, Michael Schuhmacher1, and Johanna Völker1
Deployment of RDFa, Microdata, and Microformats on
the Web – A Quantitative Analysis
Linked Data in Use Track - ISWC 2013
Georgi Kobilarov, Tom Scott, Yves Raimond, Silver Oliver,
Chris Sizemore, Michael Smethurst, Christian Bizer, and Robert Lee:
Media Meets Semantic Web – How the BBC
Uses DBpedia and Linked Data to Make
The Dynamic Linked Data Observatory is a framework to monitor Linked Data over an extended period of time. The core goal of our work is to collect frequent, continuous snapshots of a subset of the Web of Data that is interesting for further study and experimentation, with an aim to capture raw data about the dynamics of Linked Data. The resulting corpora will be made openly and continuously available to the Linked Data research community.
L4LOD (Licenses for Linked Open Data) is a lightweight vocabulary for expressing the licensing terms in the Web of Data. The vocabulary is not intended to propose yet another license, but it is intended to provide the basic means to define in a machine-readable format, i.e., RDF, the existing licensing terms. The vocabulary does not provide an exhaustive set of properties for licenses definition. Implementations are free to extend L4LOD to add further elements.
The BBC’s website for the 2010 World Cup was notable for the raw amount of rich information that it contained. Every player on every team in every group had their own web page, and the ease with which you could navigate from one piece of content to the next was remarkable. Within the Semantic Web community, the website was notable for one more reason: it was made possible by the BBC’s embrace of Semantic Web technologies.. Topic: Information Management
Linked data refers to RDF and related technologies for enabling data to be published in a decentralized fashion on the Web. With linked data, each piece of information can be expressed in terms of, and with relations to, arbitrary other information produced by others.
By letting information be richly contextualized, Linked Data forms the core technology underlying Semantic Web applications and services.
mashpoint is a framework that allows data rich apps to be connected and browsed in a new way. It allows selections of data from one app to be inputed in other apps, improving discovery of information on a more granular level.
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J. Waitelonis, N. Ludwig, M. Knuth, and H. Sack. International Journal of Interactive Technology and Smart Education (ITSE), Special Issue on Multimedia technologies for e-learning8 (4):
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