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  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Imported after submission deadline is closed! No new submission accepted No PHP hacks, powerful libraries (e.g. SPARQL)
  • Fast development needed for the task Not as powerful as Java, but large community that extends the support
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    • 1. Semantic Web Conference Integration Alex Oberhauser
    • 2. Problem Statement• Integrate the Semantic Web Dog Food metadata into the ESWC conference website o Easychair.org XML => SWDF RDF (Olaf Hartig, Humboldt University Berlin) o SWDF RDF => Drupal content + metadata o Drupal content + metadata => RDF
    • 3. Planning Phase - Questions• How does the source data look like?• How does the mapping look like?• Data import capabilities of Drupal?• Standalone software or Drupal module?• If independent component, what programming language?
    • 4. How does the source data looklike?Answer: Semantic Web Dog Food(SWDF) RDF Dump (mainly own vocabulary)
    • 5. How does the mapping look like?Answer: SWDF -> schema.org ->SWDFJustification: see last presentation
    • 6. Standalone software or Drupalmodule?Answer: Standalone softwareJustification: • Data is imported only once a year • Data is static, not changing on the fly • Easier solution
    • 7. Drupal import capabilities?Answer: RESTful Web Service ModuleJustification: • REST API that allows data import
    • 8. What programming language?Answer: RubyJustification: • Rapid development (scripting language) • Library support for semantic technology • Powerful capabilities for frontend development (see Rails)
    • 9. Architecture
    • 10. Questions?

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