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A Graph Analysis of the Linked Data Cloud

@article{Rodriguez2009AGA,
  title={A Graph Analysis of the Linked Data Cloud},
  author={Michael A. Rodriguez},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2009},
  volume={abs/0903.0194}
}
The Linked Data community is focused on integrating Resource Description Framework (RDF) data sets into a single unified representation known as the Web of Data. The Web of Data can be traversed by both man and machine and shows promise as the \textit{de facto} standard for integrating data world wide much like the World Wide Web is the \textit{de facto} standard for integrating documents. On February 27$^\text{th}$ of 2009, an updated Linked Data cloud visualization was made publicly available… 
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