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Linked Data Book: DC Semantic Web Meetup 20130129

  1. 1. Our Rapidly Changing Internet 35 hours of video uploaded per minute51% of Internet traffic is non-human >2.3 billon Internet users, >1 billion in Asia
  2. 2. 08 Oct 2007 07 Nov 2007 10 Nov 2007 28 Feb 2008 31 Mar 200818 Sep 2008 05 Mar 2009 27 Mar 2009 14 Jul 2009 22 Sep 2010
  3. 3. David Wood has co-founded several Open Source Softwareprojects related to the Semantic Web, including PersistentURLs, Mulgara and the Callimachus Project. He is co-chair ofthe W3C’s RDF Working Group.Marsha Zaidman is Associate Professor Emerita ofComputer Science at the University of Mary Washington.Luke Ruth is a Linked Data developer supporting theCallimachus Project (http://callimachusproject.org).Michael Hausenblas is Chief Data Engineer at MapR.He formerly led the Linked Data Research Centre inGalway, Ireland.
  4. 4. http://www.manning.com/dwood/
  5. 5. Linked Data about the book!
  6. 6. The first chapter is free
  7. 7. Manning Early Access Program (MEAP) • Concept: • Give away the first chapter • Sell a low-resolution PDF to early readers • Readers get PDF updates and a print copy when it becomes available
  8. 8. Author Forumhttp://www.manning-sandbox.com/forum.jspa?forumID=838
  9. 9. Success Criteria
  10. 10. Success Criteria• Sell 100 copies in MEAP in one month
  11. 11. Success Criteria• Sell 100 copies in MEAP in one month• 598 copies in one month
  12. 12. Success Criteria• Sell 100 copies in MEAP in one month• 598 copies in one month• Lots of interest in Linked Data!
  13. 13. What’s Inside• What Linked Data is• Find Linked Data you can reuse• Use Linked Data in your applications• Create your own Linked Data• Build Linked Data applications using standard Web techniques
  14. 14. Coding Examples Callimachus
  15. 15. 1. Linked Data to the rescue Available2. RDF - the data model for Linked Data Available3. Consuming Linked Data Available4. Creating Linked Data Available5. Querying Linked Data Available6. Enhancing results from search engines Available7. Collecting Linked Data Available8. Datasets Initial Draft9. Callimachus - a Linked Data management system Outlined10. Building a read-write Linked Data application Discussion
  16. 16. Callimachushttp://callimachusproject.org
  17. 17. From EPAFrom WikipediaOpen Street Map
  18. 18. SubjectObject(Predicate is defined in a template)
  19. 19. RDF  “Describe”  View SubjectPredicate Object
  20. 20. http://www.manning.com/dwood/

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