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Linked Data resources are identified by Uniform Resource Identifiers. It is an important step in any Linked Data project to define the conventions for URI assignments. In some cases resources already have their natural identifiers, or they can be inherited from previous databases. However, there are cases when frequent insertions of triple sets occur(More)
Currently, there are hardly any indoor navigation services utilizing Linked Data, and there is also a lack of available vocabularies or ontologies for the description of building plans. This paper presents the iLOC ontology as a generic approach for in-house wayfinding and location description. The suggested Linked Data model enables the integration of(More)
The paper provides a data model in the form of ontology which includes the indoor location description of hospitals, the indoor navigation features and the accessibility attributes for people with motion disabilities. The possible use of the ontology is demonstrated by outlining some SPARQL queries for the navigation features of future applications.(More)
Between 1976 and 1985 laparoscopy was performed on a total of 768 patients in whom adnexitis was suspected. In accordance with conventional usage they were initially designated as "acute" and "chronic" cases of adnexitis on the basis of clinical criteria. The tentative diagnosis of an active infection was confirmed by laparoscopy in 62.7% of the patients(More)
Publishing information about university buildings in Linked Data format allows the information to be freely consumed and aggregated with other data sources, filtered and delivered via multiple channels and devices to potential users: students, lecturers and visitors of universities. In this paper the loc ontology for indoor navigation is introduced and its(More)
Óbuda University wanted to publish public information related to the university in the form of Linked Open Data. Information about subjects, courses, events and teachers are successfully published using the related standards. We had to collect and categorize the sources where information come from; define a way for each category to make these(More)
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