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The provision of publicly available open data leads to transparency in several public sector exchanges, spending and decisions. However, this information is served massively and heterogeneously-mostly due to different bureaucratic procedures and paperwork formats, while its diffusion does not occur at regular or at least generally predictable time(More)
The Public Spending (PS) project is the first attempt to generate, curate, interlink and distribute daily updated public spending data in LOD formats that can be useful to both expert (i.e. scientists and professionals) and na-ïve users. The PS ontology is based on the UK payments ontology and reuses, among others, the W3C Registered Organization Vocabulary(More)
Data aggregators harvest, deduplicate and make available content from disparate data sources in different domains, such as cultural information, academic, and scientific content. The availability of aggregated data in the form of Linked Data is subject to the evolution of information at the data sources, thus proper handling is necessary for published data(More)
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