Privacy-Conscious Data Mashup: Concepts, Challenges and Directions
- Computer Science
This chapter analyzes a new class of enterprise data integration application, called Data Mashup, in which data services are composed on the fly to answer new data business demands.
Powerful new database pins down emerging infections
- Computer ScienceNature Medicine
New resource combines the best of two virus data banks to provide real-time information about infectious disease outbreaks in the developing world.
PPPDM - a privacy-preserving platform for data mashup
- Computer ScienceInt. J. Grid Util. Comput.
A declarative approach for mashing-up data that allows the mashups' creators to create data mashups without any programming involved, they just need to specify 'declaratively' their data needs.
Mashing Up the Internet
- Computer ScienceMedical Librarian 2.0: Use of Web 2.0 Technologies in Reference Services
SUMMARY Mashups are blended applications combining two or more existing programs to produce a third program offering a unique view and distribution of information or enhancement of services.…
Privacy-Preserving Data Mashup
- Computer ScienceAINA
The approach allows data mashup creators to create data mashups without any programming involved, they just need to specify "declaratively" their data needs and the approach will then build the mashups automatically while taking into account the data's privacy and security concerns.
Optimizing DaaS Web Service Based Data Mashups
- Computer Science2011 IEEE International Conference on Services Computing
This paper proposes two optimization algorithms to optimize Data Mashups that allows for selecting the minimum number of services required in the data mashup and exploits the services' constraints on inputs and outputs to filter out superfluous calls to component services in theData Mashup.
A Framework for Building Privacy-Conscious DaaS Service Mashups
- Computer Science2011 IEEE International Conference on Web Services
This paper presents a declarative approach for mashing-up data, which allows data mashup creators to build data mashups without any programming involved and takes into account the data's privacy concerns.
Mashup by Surfing a Web of Data APIs
- Computer ScienceProc. VLDB Endow.
We present sMash, a system for facilitating users to mashup Web data. The aspects emphasized by the demo are: (1) how to help novice users master data APIs and relationships amongst them easily; (2)…
On analyzing and specifying concerns for data as a service
- Computer Science2009 IEEE Asia-Pacific Services Computing Conference (APSCC)
This paper analyzes major concerns for data as a service, model these concerns, and discusses how they can be used to improve the search and utilization of data services.
sMash: semantic-based mashup navigation for data API network
- Computer ScienceWWW '09
A semantic-based mashup navigation system, sMash that makes mashup building easy by constructing and visualizing a real-life data API network and finds that the relationships between them are so complex that the system will play an important role in navigating users and give them inspiration to build interesting mashups easily.
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Google makes data free for all
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Databases in peril
- Computer ScienceNature
Life-sciences databases are in crisis, say their operators, as funders keen to support exciting new projects lose interest in maintaining existing services. Nature investigates the scale of the…
Publishing on the semantic web
- Computer ScienceNature
The coming Internet revolution will profoundly affect scientific information.
From XML to RDF: how semantic web technologies will change the design of 'omic' standards
- Computer ScienceNature Biotechnology
Why semantic web technologies, as recommended by the World Wide Web consortium (W3C), expand current data standard technology for biological data representation and management is discussed.