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A Publishing Pipeline for Linked Government Data
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We tackle the challenges involved in converting raw government data into high-quality Linked Government Data (LGD). Expand
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Re-using Cool URIs: Entity Reconciliation Against LOD Hubs
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We explore several approaches to the implementation of reconciliation services that allow third-party publishers to link their data to LOD hubs as part of the data publishing process. Expand
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Enabling Interoperability of Government Data Catalogues
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We propose an RDF Schema vocabulary as an interchange format among data catalogues and as a way of bringing them into the Web of Linked Data, where they can enjoy interoperability among themselves and with other deployed datasets. Expand
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Self-service linked government data with dcat and gridworks
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We present a "selfservice" approach to this problem: By connecting a powerful Gridworks-based data workbench application directly to data catalogs, via a standard Data Catalog Vocabulary, data professionals outside of government can contribute to the Linked Data conversion process, thus obtaining data for their own needs and benefiting the larger Linked Government Data effort. Expand
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The Semantic Public Service Portal (S-PSP)
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We present the Semantic Public Service Portal (S-PSP), which structures and stores detailed public services semantically, so that they may be presented to citizens on-demand in a relevant, yet uncomplicated manner. Expand
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Towards an RDF Analytics Language: Learning from Successful Experiences
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SPARQL, the W3C standard querying language for RDF, provides rich capabilities for slicing and dicing RDF data. Expand
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Scheduling for SPARQL Endpoints
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We study, and evaluate through simulation, the applicability of a few algorithms to scheduling queries received at a SPARQL endpoint. Expand
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SPARQture: A More Welcoming Entry to SPARQL endpoints
  • Fadi Maali
  • Computer Science
  • IESD@ISWC
  • 20 October 2014
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The semi-structured nature of Semantic Web data and its use of multiple vocabularies make it challenging to describe the structure of some RDF dataset. Expand
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Gagg: A Graph Aggregation Operator
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Graph aggregation is an important operation when studying graphs and has been applied in many fields. Expand
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Towards a Federation of Government Metadata Repositories
Data models, taxonomies, ontologies, code lists and semantic data exchange formats are the key resources for achieving data interoperability. These resources exist in several national repositoriesExpand
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