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Technical usability of Wikidata ’ s linked data Evaluation of machine interoperability and data interpretability

@inproceedings{Freire2019TechnicalUO,
  title={Technical usability of Wikidata ’ s linked data Evaluation of machine interoperability and data interpretability},
  author={N. Freire and Antoine Isaac},
  year={2019}
}
Wikidata is an outstanding data source with potential application in many scenarios. Wikidata provides its data openly in RDF. Our study aims to evaluate the usability of Wikidata as a data source for robots operating on the web of data, according to specifications and practices of linked data, the Semantic Web and ontology reasoning. We evaluated from the perspective of two use cases of data crawling robots, which are guided by our general motivation to acquire richer data for Europeana, a… Expand

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