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LODr - A Linking Open Data Tagging System
This demo paper introduces LODr, a service providing semantic enrichment features for existing tagged content from various Web 2.0 services, based on the MOAT and Linked Data principles.
Querying web polystores
The database, semantic web, and linked data communities have proposed solutions that federate queries over multiple data sources using a single data model. Nowadays, the data retrieval requirements originating from versatile ...
Linked Data tagging with LODr
We demonstrate one of the potential paths of the evolution of wiki engines towards Web 3.0. We introduce 3dWiki - the 3D wiki engine, which was built according to 2-Layer Interface Paradigm (2LIP). It was developed ...
Federating Distributed Social Data to Build an Interlinked Online Information Society
While research on the relation- ship between the Semantic Web and social media was originally motivated by the lack of semantics in mainstream Web 2.0 ser- vices, this vision can go much further, impacting society at large ...
Where is the News Breaking? Towards a Location-based Event Detection Framework for Journalists
The rise of user-generated content (UCG) as a source of information in the journalistic lifecycle is driving the need for automated methods to detect, filter, contextualise and verify citizen reports of breaking news ...
Linked Data Driven Information Systems as an enabler for Integrating Financial Data
(IGI Global, 2011)
With increased dependence on efficient use and inclusion of diverse corporate and Web based data sources for business information analysis, financial information providers will increasingly need agile information ...
Linked Data and the Semantic Web Standards
(Chapman and Hall / CRC Press, 2013)
On the traditional World Wide Web we all know and love, machines are used as brokers of content: they store, organize, request, route, transmit, receive and display content encapsulated as documents. In order for machines ...
On the need of integrating social media channels and open source software repositories
The growing interest in the usage of social media channels have attracted the open source software community to adopt an identity in order to disseminate project-related information to a wider audience. We foresee the need ...