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This work describes our efforts towards making the website of our research group, namely MORElab, comply with the principles of Linked Data. As a first attempt, we have made the information related to our research publications available in RDF. Such data is published according to the Bibliographic and Dublin Core Ontologies and interlinked with instance(More)
Since Sir Tim Berners-Lee announced the best practices to publish semantic data through the Web, Linked Data principles have been introduced into a wide variety of application domains. This usage of Linked Data eases the enrichment of offered data in a grade that the semantic data that not applies the Linked Data principles never would achieve. In this(More)
The increase in the number of large-scale events held indoors (i.e., conferences and business events) opens new opportunities for crowd monitoring and access controlling as a way to prevent risks and provide further information about the event’s development. In addition, the availability of already connectable devices among attendees allows to perform(More)
The popularity of smartphones makes them the most suitable devices to ensure access to services provided by smart cities; furthermore, as one of the main features of the smart cities is the participation of the citizens in their governance, it is not unusual that these citizens generate and share their own data through their smartphones. But, how can we(More)
We describe an approach to find similarities between RDF datasets, which may be applicable to tasks such as link discovery, dataset summarization or dataset understanding. Our approach builds on the assumption that similar datasets should have a similar structure and include semantically similar resources and relationships. It is based on Frequent Subgraph(More)
Since the creation of the Open Data Euskadi (ODE) initiative in 2009, one of its challenges has been the publication of government Open Data following the Linked Data principles. On the other hand, one of the challenges for the Semantic Sensor Web is the integration and fusion of data from heterogeneous sensor networks. In this short paper we present the(More)
WeLive project's main objective is about transforming the current e-government approach by providing a new paradigm based on a new open model oriented towards the design, production and deployment of public services and mobile apps based on the collaboration of different stakeholders. These stakeholders form the quadruple helix, i.e., citizens, private(More)