Translation of Heterogeneous Databases into RDF, and Application to the Construction of a SKOS Taxonomical Reference

@inproceedings{Michel2015TranslationOH,
  title={Translation of Heterogeneous Databases into RDF, and Application to the Construction of a SKOS Taxonomical Reference},
  author={Franck Michel and Lo{\"i}c Djimenou and Catherine Faron-Zucker and Johan Montagnat},
  booktitle={WEBIST},
  year={2015}
}
While the data deluge accelerates, most of the data produced remains locked in deep Web databases. For the linked open data to benefit from the potential represented by this huge amount of data, it is crucial to come up with solutions to expose heterogeneous databases as linked data. The xR2RML mapping language is an endeavor towards this goal: it is designed to map various types of databases to RDF, by flexibly adapting to heterogeneous query languages and data models while remaining free from… Expand
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