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LiDIA: An integration architecture to
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multiple datasets
Presents:
M.S.C. Cristian A. Rodríguez...
Agenda
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Background
Linked Open Data
GoogleTM and Linked Data
Problem
LiDIA Search
LiDIA Architecture
Kno...
Background
The Web of Linked Data grows rapidly and
contains data from a wide range of different
domains,
including
life
s...
Background
According to the Linked Open Data Cloud
Diagram (LODCD), there are 295 data sets
catalogued and classified unde...
Background
According to the Linked Open Data Cloud
Diagram (LODCD), there are 295 data sets
catalogued and classified unde...
Linked Open Data
• Public available Linked Data
• Knowledge is: Organized and Accessible

Highlight: http://www.lod-cloud....
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Google & Linked Data

Highlight: http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features/search/knowledge.html
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Problem?
Linked Data applications that want to consume data from
this global data space face the challenges that:
• Data s...
LiDIA Search

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LiDIA Search

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LiDIA
Architecture

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Knowledge Transfer
Dr. Spence Silver, a 3M scientist, is busily
researching adhesives in the laboratory. In the
process, h...
Knowledge Transfer
While singing in his church choir,
Art Fry, another 3M scientist, tires
of losing his place in the hymn...
Conclusions
• Linked Data as an alternative to keep the
information structured and organized through
the Web, is the prese...
Future Work
Use of user interface design patterns, and other
technologies available in the human-computer
interaction cont...
Future Work
Achieve the integration for multiple domains:
• Process queries and provide them with
context, regardless of t...
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Questions?

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Contact
eMail

Social

crodriguezen@gmail.com

kristian_are

crodriguezen@outlook.com

crodriguezen

crodriguezen@yahoo.co...
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  1. 1. LiDIA: An integration architecture to query Linked Open Data from multiple datasets Presents: M.S.C. Cristian A. Rodríguez Enríquez MSc Cristian A. Rodríguez Enríquez - PhD Giner Alor Hernández – PhD Guillermo Cortés Robles Division of Research and Postgraduate Studies Instituto Tecnológico de Orizaba ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science
  2. 2. Agenda • • • • • • • • • Background Linked Open Data GoogleTM and Linked Data Problem LiDIA Search LiDIA Architecture Knowledge Transfer Conclusions Future Work ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 2 de 21
  3. 3. Background The Web of Linked Data grows rapidly and contains data from a wide range of different domains, including life science data, geographic data, government data, library and media data, as well as cross-domain data sets such as DBpedia or Freebase. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 3 de 21
  4. 4. Background According to the Linked Open Data Cloud Diagram (LODCD), there are 295 data sets catalogued and classified under Linked Open Data format (public available data). ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 4 de 21
  5. 5. Background According to the Linked Open Data Cloud Diagram (LODCD), there are 295 data sets catalogued and classified under Linked Open Data format (public available data). ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 5 de 21
  6. 6. Linked Open Data • Public available Linked Data • Knowledge is: Organized and Accessible Highlight: http://www.lod-cloud.net/ ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 6 de 21
  7. 7. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 7 de 21
  8. 8. Google & Linked Data Highlight: http://www.google.com/insidesearch/features/search/knowledge.html ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 8 de 21
  9. 9. Problem? Linked Data applications that want to consume data from this global data space face the challenges that: • Data sources use a wide range of different RDF vocabularies to represent data about the same type of entity. • The same real-world entity, for instance a person or a place, is identified with different URIs within different data sources. • Data about the same real-world entity coming from different sources may contain conflicting value. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 9 de 21
  10. 10. LiDIA Search ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 10 de 21
  11. 11. LiDIA Search ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 11 de 21
  12. 12. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 12 de 21
  13. 13. LiDIA Architecture ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 13 de 21
  14. 14. Knowledge Transfer Dr. Spence Silver, a 3M scientist, is busily researching adhesives in the laboratory. In the process, he discovers something peculiar: an adhesive that sticks lightly to surfaces but does not tightly bond to them. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 14 de 21
  15. 15. Knowledge Transfer While singing in his church choir, Art Fry, another 3M scientist, tires of losing his place in the hymnal. He dreams of a bookmark that's lightly adhesive. Then he remembers Silver's adhesive, and his dream begins to become real. What would happen if knowledge could be transferred to other domains? ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 15 de 21
  16. 16. Conclusions • Linked Data as an alternative to keep the information structured and organized through the Web, is the present, not the future. • Linked Open Data is an efficient way to increase knowledge sharing through the Web. • LiDIA aims to achieve knowledge transfer and integration of multiple data sources. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 16 de 21
  17. 17. Future Work Use of user interface design patterns, and other technologies available in the human-computer interaction context in order to improve the user experience: • Natural language processing • Speech recognition ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 17 de 21
  18. 18. Future Work Achieve the integration for multiple domains: • Process queries and provide them with context, regardless of the domain of knowledge in which the user makes the search in order to get better results ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 18 de 21
  19. 19. ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 19 de 21
  20. 20. Questions? ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 20 de 21
  21. 21. Contact eMail Social crodriguezen@gmail.com kristian_are crodriguezen@outlook.com crodriguezen crodriguezen@yahoo.com crodriguezen Giner Alor Hernández galor@itorizaba.edu.mx ENC 2013 – Mexican International Conference on Computer Science Slide 21 de 21 Guillermo Cortés Robles gcortes@itorizaba.edu.mx
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